I didn’t know that bit. . I did wonder where the “first story” that’s been included (as a stretch goal no less) was coming from, but it being the product of the last crowd-funding that he didn’t deliver on is hilarious.
All the idiots supporting this are going around now saying that because it’s hit $250,000 on Indie Gogo, it’s made more money than almost every other graphic novel this year, seemingly completely oblivious to the difference between crowd-funding and sales revenue. If you look at the actual number of backers, it’s less than the number of people who bought Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (one of their hated “SJW diversity” comics that “no-one likes”) in March (and that’s just physically, not including digital). It’s just that those 6,500 odd people are paying an average of $37 each for a 100 page comic.
It’s no wonder the comics industry makes them so mad, seeing as they don’t seem to actually understand any of it. It must be scary and overwhelming for them.