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Following legalization of gay marriage in four states, battle for monster rights begins with Monstrology Kickstarter.
Source: Press Release
Frank proud of America. In election last night, four states approve gay marriage by popular vote. Frank's body constructed mostly from male parts, but Frank believe that if Frank want to marry monster with body also constructed mostly from male parts, should be Frank's Constitutional right. Frank, who was victim of job loss when Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. canceled last month, understand that economy was big issue in election, but civil rights equally important.
Next stage of battle for equality is monster rights, and Frank want let readers know about new Kickstarter campaign for Monstrology, 121 page, eight-page anthology that showcase monsters and show how monsters can not only be equal partners in storytelling formula, but also in citizenship.
According to Monstrology editor Scott O'Brien:
Everyone loves monsters but the unique nature of this project is that the Monsters are the driving theme of every story. These aren't about twist endings--though we have some--nor is it about a good scare or gore--we have those, too. These stories mix and match monster in new milieus that bring out new, and interesting twists on the monsters and their victims.
Frank applaud Monstrology efforts to champion equal rights for monsters in comics, and hope readers will check out Kickstarter and contribute. If not, Frank will come to readers home and strangle small child.
Here is press release:
MONSTERS TAKE CONTROL
Monstrology Launches On Kickstarter
(November 7, MOBILE, AL) The Monstrology Group is pleased to announce the launch of their Kickstarter campaign for their debut horror anthology at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/863242470/monstrology-an-anthology-of-monsters. Assembled by Scott O. Brown and Rachel Deering, Monstrology is an anthology of eight different comics by eight different creative teams. Each team was assigned its own monster and location. What resulted is a wide variety of artistic styles and storytelling methods yielding an exciting collection of very different stories each with its own unique voice. Full color and 112 pages, the anthology will be a must have for any horror fan.
Scott O. Brown explains what makes this project different, "Everyone loves monsters but the unique nature of this project is that the Monsters are the driving theme of every story. These aren't about twist endings--though we have some--nor is it about a good scare or gore--we have those, too. These stories mix and match monster in new milieus that bring out new, and interesting twists on the monsters and their victims.
Each story is listed below and a full description of each story can be found on the kickstarter project page.
- Troll Behavior by Andrew Foley & G. Gerald Garcia
- The Abomination Denomination by Scott O. Brown & Amin Amat
- White Widow by Charles Webb & Andres Esparza
- What Fools These Mortals Be by Joey Esposito, Erik Norris & JC Grande
- Yolk by Erica J. Heflin & Elias Martins
- Darkest Corners by Thacher E. Cleveland & Fernando Can
- The View of Mumbichi Valley by Walt Mancing & Horacio Lalia
- Children of Russia by Ryan Ferrier & Hugo Petrus
The cover art is by Steve Ellis, whose work has been seen at DC, Marvel, Wizards of the Coast, and more!
Check out the Kickstarter site at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/863242470/monstrology-an-anthology-of-monsters for more information on the creative teams and their stories. The fundraiser runs until Saturday Nov 24, 10:45pm EST.
Anthology editor, Scott O. Brown, is an award-winning Man of Comics™ who has worked in the industry for over a decade as a writer, letterer, editor and publisher, his work appears in books by Marvel, DC, Kodansha, Harcourt, and many others.
Rachel Deering is a freelance writer, editor, and letterer for comics. She lives in Columbus, OH with her wife and tiny chihuahua.
Written or Contributed by Frankenstein, Former Agent of S.H.A.D.E.
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