The All Canadian Superhero Comic Of J Torres, J Bone, Jay Stephens And Other Non-J Creators

A bunch of popular CAnadian comic creators are asking for donations towards their new comic on IndieGoGo True Patriot… and it’s all rather Canadian.

True Patriot is a comic book anthology featuring Canadian superheroes written and drawn by some of your favourite Canadian comic book creators. Most of us working on this project grew up reading Alpha Flight, Captain Canuck, or Wolverine comics and we’ve always thought that there should be more Canadian superheroes out there. So, we’re putting together a 100-page, full-colour anthology for your reading pleasure (and ours)!

“We” being: Adrian Alphona (Runaways), Andy B. (Kill Shakespeare), J. Bone (Super Friends), Jack Briglio (Scooby Doo), Scott Chantler (Two Generals), Tom Fowler (Hulk: Season One), Agnes Garbowska (Girl Comics), Faith Erin Hicks (Adventure Time), Tim Levins (Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes), Ramon Perez (A Tale of Sand), Ron Salas (28 Days Later), Jay Stephens (Secret Saturdays), J. Torres (Teen Titans Go), Howard Wong (After the Cape).

With four days to raise their final $8000 out of a $20,000 aim, they’ve almost sold out of their “sketch + book preorders” and are expecting to add a bunch more “perks” in the final few days…

So do you have a little Canadian comic in you? Would you like some? You can pledge to True Patriot without actually pledging allegiance you know..,.


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