James R. Homeris creating No Man - an indie comic book.
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As well as access to our Patron only feed and discounted issues, you also receive a bonus page every month (for 18 months) from No Man Issue 0, which is a prequel story that follows The Hounds during their time in Vietnam.
$5per No Man issue
About James R. Homer
(This Patreon is "per creation" for now, however if the first issue is successful we might switch to a "per month" platform.)
Hello! My name is James R. Homer. I am from Manchester, in the UK. For the longest time I have wanted to create a comic book and to prove to myself and others what I am capable of. Now, in 2016, I have finally gotten that chance. My incredibly talented artist, Nenad Cviticanin, and I have been working on this comic book for at least a month now.
However, I can't make this comic for free. I have my artist to pay for his incredible work. This Patreon's goal is exactly that - getting the money in order to fund this comic.
Here are the first four pages from the incomplete first issue:
No Man is set in a world in which during the Cold War, the U.S government captures and forces a mercenary group - who call themselves "THE HOUNDS" - to combat covert Soviet attacks against America. Influenced by METAL GEAR SOLID and inspired by WATCHMEN, "No Man" is the story of one of the members of The Hounds, who decades after they are used by the United States, awakes in a hospital bed, missing all his memories and his right eye.
Now we know we can't expect you to fund an entire run for a comic book that you haven't seen the full first issue of yet. So, if we raise $880 we will be able to finish and publish No Man Issue 1 to you, our supporters. Depending on the reaction to that first issue, we will decide whether to continue with Issue 2 and so forth.
All we're asking for is the chance.
Please consider donating, so we can tell you where the story is, has been, and will be. :)
Thank you for reading.
- James & Nenad
$5 of $880 per No Man issue
1 of 1
If we are able to raise $880 (£667.17) we can finish and publish Issue 1.