Living Corpse: Relics, Ken Haeser Unleashes Kickstarter Campaign

Living Corpse: Relics, The Newest Installment

Overview

DecayMag.com. Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson, Blair Smith. The Living Corpse: RelicsYou remember The Living Corpse by creators Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson, and Blair Smith? Well, its back for a sequel, and the Kickstarter campaign has started. The comics were published by Dynamite Entertainment, and centers around John Romero.

The Living Corpse celebrates it’s 10 year anniversary with an all new 160+ page original graphic novel, The graphic novel picks up after the events of The Exhumed series.

The Details

After the events of The Living Corpse: Exhumed, our undead hero has left his job as the Gatekeeper between the world of the living and the monsters that live in the shadows.

Now living in a Monsterary in Tibet, The Living Corpse is called back into action when an ancient evil with ties to the Living Corpse’s past rises from the tombs of ancient Egypt.

Also, the young Vampire, Lilith goes on a search for her fellow Nosferatu to see if she is truly the last of her kind. And she might just regret that decision.

All of this as well as we learn more about Asteroth’s ties to the Gatekeepers and we find out exactly how John Romero died!

DecayMag.com. The Living Corpse: RelicsThe creators need the help of fans to get the latest book in the series out. They have created a campaign to raise funds that will go towards the completion of the project. For the month of October, fans and viewers will be able to show their support and reap the rewards depending on the pledge you choose to back.

With 6 days in the campaign and 25 days left to go, the team has already made almost $4,000 of the $9,000 goal. To learn more information and to show your support, visit Kickstarter page.

To learn more about The Living Corpse, visit the Official Site or stop by Dynamite Entertainment

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