Felipe Smith, the author who created Tokyopop-published MBQ, and Peepo Choo, first published in Japan by Kodansha in Morning Two, then at Vertical, and All-New Ghost Rider at Marvel, has a new project in development. Death Metal Zombie Cop is an Action/Horror comic originally conceived in Japan (shortly after ending serialization of Peepo Choo with Kodansha) and now made in Los Angeles. Smith is now looking to crowdfund the launch of the creator-owned series and has launched a KickStarter to raise $22,000 towards publication of an issue 1 (current at $17,000 towards the target).
Help bring the Japanese arcade release of Arcana Heart 3 to the West... including an all new character and Arcana! The new Kickstarter is already 50% funded, but there's a promise of some cool stretch goals that fans won't want to miss. Get the scoop after the jump!
Visuals novels get philosophical in Chuusotsu - 1st Graduation: Time After Time. Help a manga lover find her purpose in life -- or rather, help the game's Kickstarter get funded! There's even a playable demo for those who would like to test the game before they contribute. Hit the jump for more info!
Sekai Project's Kickstarter to create an anime OVA for the NekoPara visual novel franchise has concluded and has proven that there are enough people around the world that love catgirls enough to fund a 60-minute OVA. Hit the jump for the details.
Animator Sae Okamoto launched a Kickstarter campaign for her original anime project MECHA-UDE just about a month ago, and it's well over its initial $25,000 goal. With five days to go, the crowdfunding effort is fast approaching 200% of that number at nearly $50,000, so it's a great time to check out a long version of the teaser promo.