Firstly! Please support the origin story in Matt Dursin’s Robin Hood: Outlaw of the 21st Century #0!
A big “Thanks to you” for your undying support!
We won't name NAMES but someone backed out and left a hole where there was previously money. So make up for it! Can't support financially? Please share, word of mouth is just as valuable if not more for any given Kickstarter's success.
In other news, Clay launched his first podcast off of the site (Though you can still find him here for LeaguePodcast, #CurbCast and Oddio Comics) for a non-comics interview show called "I Think This Is Great! with Clay N. Ferno". Season 1 Episode 1 is available now or wherever you get your podcasts.
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About Robin Hood: Outlaw of the 21st Century Issue #0
Back in 2013, I launched a Kickstarter to make my comic book script a reality. The comic was called Robin Hood: Outlaw of the 21st Century, a modern-day update of the classic legend that sees Rob and his merry men scour the town of Sherwood for medicine, which they then steal to give to those in need, the 21st century equivalent of robbing from the rich to give to the poor. Thanks to the generosity of friends, family, colleagues and even strangers here on Kickstarter, the comic was drawn, printed and found its way into the hands of over 100 backers. After three more issues and the trade paperback collection, I have returned to Kickstarter for Robin Hood: Outlaw of the 21st Century #0, to tell the story of how Rob met his trusty sidekick Will Scarlet, and brought him into the fold. Fortunately, the same creative team is involved that brought you the previous issues. Unfortunately, creating your own comic is a costly endeavor, and that's where you come in.
About "I Think This Is Great! with Clay N. Ferno"
Season 1, Episode #1 (S1E01) of this productivity, wellness and creative inspiration podcast is an interview with LJ Malberg, the Compassionate Muse. This executive coach shares her inspiring journey about redefining compassion in the workplace. Clay and LJ talk about listening, offering feedback and asking permission to give feedback. The goal of "I Think This is Great! with Clay N. Ferno" is to motivate and inspire and LJ's story is one that needs to be heard.