DangerKatt Creative Studio is happy to announce that BLOODWORTH Issue #3 is now live on Kickstarter!
The BLOODWORTH team is very happy to have Camilla d’Errico onboard as a guest artist. Camilla is a renowned Pop Surrealist painter who has published numerous comics, art books, instructional books, and has exhibited in art galleries all over the world!
Camilla has drawn the cover for BLOODWORTH Issue #3, and DangerKatt will be offering color prints of the cover, signed by Camilla herself. Additionally, one lucky backer will have a chance to purchase Camillla’s original graphite-on-paper BLOODWORTH drawing.
Although this campaign is focusing on the third installment in the BLOODWORTH series, Issues #1-3 will all be available during this current campaign.
In the near future, people can upload their memories as a form of social networking, called “Thoughtshare.” Special Agent Brenda Bloodworth leads an FBI task force that can enter people’s most guarded memories to solve crimes.
BLOODWORTH Issue #3 will be a 24-page comic, funding at Kickstarter from May 23rd to June 21st, 2017. The script is by Daniel Corey (MORIARTY, RED CITY, DANGERKATT’S PROPHET), art by Chris Fenoglio (X-FILES: ORIGINS, ORPHAN BLACK, RED CITY), letters by Dave Lanphear (RETURN OF THE DAPPERMEN, SECRET AVENGERS, DIVINITY).
DangerKatt Creative Studio is a Los Angeles-based media company that specializes in the creation of comic book and film properties. DangerKatt originally formed around the production of its first graphic novel, DANGERKATT’S PROPHET. DangerKatt would go on to work with independent publishing powerhouse Image Comics by releasing the hit titles MORIARTY and RED CITY. A Virtual Reality comic adaptation of MORIARTY: ENDGAME was released in March 2017, in partnership with Transmedia Entertainment, a project that would see DangerKatt earn a #2 ranking on Onalytica’s list of Top 100 VR Influencers.
DangerKatt’s work has been featured in USA Today, The Wrap, G4 TV, MTV.com, and Intellect Books, among other media outlets. MORIARTY is available in three volumes, and RED CITY has released its first collected edition.