Jimmy Broxton/James Hodgkins has written to Bleeding Cool, regarding Alex De Campi's statement on Kickstarter on the situation with the graphic novel Ashes.
I have made my position clear and outlined the facts of this unfortunate situation. Alex has a wildly different interpretation of events, and says some very harsh things about me, things I naturally dispute. I have attempted to be calm, reasonable and professional, to draw a line under this, I'm accused of being abusive and of being a bully, I'm neither of those things, you will be the judge of who is telling the truth, if anybody cares enough, I will gladly make available all of the correspondence between myself and Alex. It speaks for itself. For now, I'm walking away from this, I have learnt a valuable lesson, I want to move on, and hopefully start work on new projects. I want to thank all who have shown support for the project, I sincerely hope you get to see Ashes at some point in the future, please keep your faith in Kickstarter, Alex and I dropped the ball here, not them, it remains a wonderful platform for supporting and funding creativity.However it looks less and less likely that there will be any Ashes revival now.
UPDATE: Alex De Campi has now tweeted "At this point I do not know if Ashes will continue. If no suitable artist is found by 14 Feb, project will be cancelled & all funds returned."