Spoiler Previews of Warrior Nun: Dora on Kickstarter

Warrior Nun is booming on Netflix, and it's not doing too badly on Kickstarter either, with the graphic novel Warrior Nun: Dora which we looked at earlier in the week, being crowdfunded by Bleeding Cool's own publisher Avatar Press. As well as running interviews with creators Pat Shand and Daniel Gete, we have a preview of the graphic novel below, taken from the finale of the first chapter. So, you know, spoilers and all that, but it might give you what you need to jump on board.

Preview: Warrior Nun: Dora on Kickstarter Preview: Warrior Nun: Dora on Kickstarter Preview: Warrior Nun: Dora on Kickstarter Preview: Warrior Nun: Dora on Kickstarter Preview: Warrior Nun: Dora on Kickstarter

Here's what it will involve:

Warrior Nun, now a Netflix original series, re-launches for a new generation with WARRIOR NUN: DORA!  DORA is a full-color epic, for readers of all kinds, with a new Nun and new attitude!  With your support here, we will release the graphic novel collection of WARRIOR NUN: DORA!  The Satanic Panic of the 80s has fallen away to a new wave of rebellious kids in rural Pennsylvania in the 1990s. Dora, a grunge-obsessed teen, is caught in the middle of what appears to be a dark ritual, and is sent away to a secret school by her devoutly religious parents. There, Dora is shocked to find a group of nuns that fight against the forces of evil – but when undead horror  comes Dora's way, what will this misfit do to protect herself?   Looking for the next big thing? Have faith in Warrior Nun!  Written by Pat Shand and featuring art by Daniel Gete, WARRIOR NUN: DORA is a sixty-four page color graphic novel for readers of all ages. Check out the trailer for the new show, Season One drops July 2 on Netflix!

There are all manner of stretch goals and donor levels which might have more to promise as well, just click on the link and whizz your way over there.

About Rich Johnston

Head writer and founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world. Living in London, father of two. Political cartoonist.

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