Become a Backer of the Jane Porter and the City of Fire Kickstarter Today!
It’s Tarzan’s Jane Porter as you’ve never seen her before, starring in the first-ever graphic novel published by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.! Jane Porter and the City of Fire is an all-new canonical graphic novel now funding through Kickstarter, and it’s only on Kickstarter that you’ll find an incredible assortment of variant covers and Jane Porter collectibles available nowhere else! This pulse-pounding tale follows the successful Jane Porter: The Primordial Peril one-shot comic published by ERB, Inc., in 2021.
Backers to the campaign will be able to choose between two cover variants: one by graphic novel artist Miriana Puglia and the other by Alessandro Ranaldi, the illustrator of Beyond the Farthest Star: Warriors of Zandar. Also available is a third edition sporting a photo cover featuring Charlotte Kay as Jane Porter. This special variant will be an autographed and numbered edition, limited to the number of backers who add it to their rewards. In addition, backers will be able to get their hands on the very first Edgar Rice Burroughs Universe Timeline trading card, a postcard of the airship Favonia, a commemorative Jane Porter coin celebrating the centennial of ERB, Inc., and much more!
The Kickstarter campaign for Jane Porter and the City of Fire can be found at here. Join us in making history by helping to fund the production of the very first graphic novel published by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., and don’t forget: The editions of Jane Porter and the City of Fire that you’ll receive as rewards are exclusive to this campaign and will be offered nowhere else!
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Inspired by the Art of J. Scott Campbell
DYNAMITE HEADS TO KICKSTARTER FOR ALL-NEW DEJA THORIS FULL SIZE STATUE
May 21, 2018, Mt. Laurel, NJ: Dynamite Entertainment today announced the launch of a new Kickstarter campaign that will see the release of a full size Deja Thoris premium statue. Based on the art of acclaimed illustrator J. Scott Campbell (Gen13, Danger Girl), and inspired by his cover to the seminal 2010 Warlord of Mars #1. Supporters will be able to choose from one of three versions of this incredible new statue depicting the iconic Edgar Rice Burroughs creation aloft a ferocious— but gentle— Martian tiger: the standard color edition, a black and white variant edition, and an ultra-limited Bronze version.
Limited reward levels offer deep discounts for supporters who back the project early, and pledges will also provide an opportunity for Burroughs fans to grab a mix of John Carter and Dejah Thoris graphic novels from Dynamite’s extensive comic book catalog. The Dynamite Kickstarter campaign is live now, and can be found by visiting: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dynamiteent/dejah-thoris-statue-by-j-scott-campbell
Kickstarter Funding Campaign Opportunity – only a few days left
The Kickstarter Campaign for the forthcoming Edgar Rice Burroughs’ 100 Year Art Chronology by Michael Tierney concludes on Wednesday, June 28, 2017. Participants who contribute $125 or more will receive a variety of stretch rewards, such as trading cards or limited-edition hardback reprints of Burroughs’ novels.
Offering more than 5,000 images and 140,000 words in four volumes, the deluxe Art Chronology will be published by Chenault & Gray with the full cooperation and authorization of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.
As the project has surpassed its initial funding target, additional rewards, such as reproductions of imaginative maps drawn by Burroughs, will be produced. There are a few days left to become a part of this exciting project. Join us! You can participate by visiting Edgar Rice Burroughs 100 Year Art Chronology Kickstarter Campaign.
Michael Tierney’s Edgar Rice Burroughs’ 100 Year Art Chronology is a 4-volume collection that captures the vast illustrative history of Edgar Rice Burroughs. ERB., Inc. and Chenault & Gray Publishing are working together to bring this project to life.
With over 1,200 pages of content, more than 5,000 images and 140,000 words the 4-volume series explores the art used in the manifold publications and creations of the vast Burroughs body of work for the past century and more, from Tarzan to Barsoom, from Venus to Caspak, from wild west to the Lost Continent and more!
The Chronology includes material from a variety of sources: the pulps, the novels, novelizations, comics and strips! The illustrative history follows the long literary career of the man whom Ray Bradbury called “the most influential writer, bar none, of our century.”
The project is LIVE on Kickstarter right now. With 19 days to go, it is over 92% funded and proves once again that Edgar Rice Burroughs has fans from all walks of life. Visit Kickstarter and pledge your support and help us propel the name of Burroughs into this, our, next century.
We are producing the FOUR volume Edgar Rice Burroughs’ 100 Year Art Chronology, an illustrative history of all Burroughs’ publications in the United States (with a heavy dose of art from the United Kingdom). Written and compiled by Michael Tierney, the narrative gives the history of Burroughs’ work and the often legendary artists who visualized it, featuring untold stories, art that hasn’t been seen since its release, and pieces that were buried in the vaults from the beginning of his publishing history to the present day.
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