Well, we are extremely pleased to announce that a couple of reviewers have weighed in on Owlgirls, and the response is overwhelmingly positive (three reviews, to of them loved it and we are discounting the third as being from the Russian Judge).
First up, is a review from Comics Bulletin where the Reviewer totally got what I as the writer was attempting to do in the comic’s first issue.
Then there is one from Fanboy Comics where the reviewer also understood what we were going for witht he book.
If you are a reviewer and would like a review copy, please reach out to us and let us know so that we can get you a copy.
A short time ago Dave Ryan, Rachele Aragno, and I were all interviews by Amber Love on her podcast, Vodka O’Clock about Owlgirls.
You can listen to the interview in its entirety here.
You had better support the Owlgirls Kickstarter. It is the only way to be sure…
OK folks here we are in the final stretch of the Owlgirls Kickstarter campaign, and we are almost there.
With just 4 days to go we are $670.00 shy of our goal. We so totally don’t want to miss out on producing this wonderfully eclectic comic for what amounts to just a few bucks.
Please dig down deep and help us reach our goal!
Hey there kidds out there in Intertube land all you Fold who have been enjoying Cuppacafe for the past few yeares, we all love ya, now we’re asking for some of that love back. The Perfessor (that’s me) is writing a comicbook entitled Owlgirls. I’m working with a couple of very talented individuals (Dave Rayn who is currently bringing us The War of the Independents) and an extremely talented newcomer, Rachele Aragano.
The comic is currently being crowd-sourced on Kickstarter, and we only have a few days to fully reach our goal. Now while we are almost there, we are not quite there as of yet, and this is the final week of funding, so it is time for the big push. We really could youse your help, so please if you have been enjoying what you have been reading on Cuppacafe, then please be generous and help us out with this very special project.
New York City, 1940. Three sisters live in a typical three-story building. They investigate murders and unsolved cases from the police behalf of individuals. One day in a firefight, a sister dies and the other swears revenge. They decide to seek a woman who practices voodoo to bring them in contact with Death. They want to ask her to restore his beloved sister. In a kind of séance, Death occurs. It offers them a deal: his sister back to life if they become her eyes in the world, and if they will help her to find some creatures. They will hunt down and neutralize demons and spirits that infest the planet, also will have a head of an owl that will give them extrasensory powers typical of the animal itself.
Thanks in advance for the support that I know that you’ll all give!
Yeah, like that! Give ’til it hurts (or he just might hurt you!)