Jim Zubkavich Launches Makeshift Miracle, A New Web Graphic Novel Based On One Of The Oldest

Jum Zubkavich is the co-creator of Skullkickers from Image Comics. And he has a new project.

He created one of first complete online serialised graphic novels, running from 2001-2003, Makeshift Miracle. A Sandman-style fantasy with manga-influenced artwork and pacing, aimed at the teenage market.

And at the end of the month it will be back online, reenvisioned, expanded and redrawn/painted by Shun Hong Chan. It will be serialised online for free, then published in a deluxe format by Udon.

Seventy pages are complete and will begin online publication on the 26th September, one page every weekday, on makeshiftmiracle.com.

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