PREVIEW: Digital Cerebus #27

Dave Sim has been running a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of a digital version of Cerebus. Bleeding Cool is proud to show for the first time one of the options, Digital Cerebus #27 in PDF form.
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The film house is rescanning a lot of the pages to improve the quality of detail in all the fine lines of Dave’s art. All images in the documents are at 300 dpi at 6.75 x 10.125 inches.

The Kickstarter campaign finishes today. If you want to be a part of it (as I am), go here.

Credits:

DAVE SIM the creator
JOHN SCRUDDER, who set up the Kickstarter Campaign
SANDEEP ATWAL, who has been scanning the original art and comics
DAVE FISHER, who edited the Cerebus TV show
GEORGE PETER GATSIS the tech on collecting the scanned artwork “from the wild,” and internally, to format and deliver ready to go multiple formatted book files… as well as creating the audio/video book ( with DAVE FISHER ).

 

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