THE LIVING CORPSE sequel announced as Kickstarter page launches

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The creative team behind "The Living Corpse" comics have announced a Kickstarter crowd funding campaign to fund the latest installment of the story.

Sequel to the widely-loved Living Corpse, "The Living Corpse: Relics" is a 160+ page original graphic novel that contains a brand new Living Corpse story as well as a ton of behind the scenes material. 

Think scripts, character designs and a ton of great pin-ups from a bunch of kick ass artists.

But there's one catch, creators Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson and Blair Smith need your help to bring their idea to life!

The team has put together a Kickstarter crowd funding campaign to fund the completion of the book and get it on shelves.

For the month of October, fans will be able to contribute to the making of "The Living Corpse: Relics," and score a bunch of great rewards along the way. 

From your very own copy of the upcoming book, to an entire Living Corpse package, fans can receive a stack of great Living Corpse merch from anywhere across the globe.

Plus, fans can get a free sneak peak at the new book on the Kickstarter page.

Kickstarter page:

The Living Corpse: Relics picks up after the events of 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. Meanwhile, we learn more about Asteroth’s ties to the Gatekeepers and we find out exactly how John Romero died!
This is the biggest, most epic Living Corpse tale that is not to be missed.

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