(Detroit, MI- April 12th, 2017)
Source Point Press has launched Chris Callahan’s The Misplaced: The Collected Edition on Kickstarter. The title collects a 4 issue series of dark love and loss in the form of a decadently illustrated 140 page full color graphic novel. “THE MISPLACED is one of the most thought-provoking, hauntingly beautiful, and unsettling books that we’ve seen here at Source Point Press,” says Travis McIntire, Editor-in-Chief at Source Point Press. “After reviewing the first issue, we immediately pushed forward to finish the four-issue series and move straight for a collected edition release.” Comixology will be handling fulfillment of all digital rewards, and the campaign itself is already onto its second stretch goal.
Read a twelve page preview at http://themisplacedcomic.com.
Donate to the campaign today at: http://kck.st/2nh83s3
About The Misplaced:
“What if paradise wasn’t as it seemed? A tragic journey to the new world. Two souls separated by death. To find the missing one spirit must return to the land of the living and uncover the truth about immortality.” THE MISPLACED is a dark supernatural tale of love and desperation that spans several planes of existence as one soul fights to find his lost wife and discover the mysteries of the afterlife before it’s too late.
About Chris Callahan:
Winner of the 2016 Aspen Comics Talent Hunt, Chris’ logo and cover designs can be seen on books from publishers like Image/Top Cow and more. He is also a contributor to the Alterna Comics IF Anthology and the upcoming The Thing: Artbook celebrating the 35th anniversary of John Carpenter’s classic. Co-Founder of TurtleBunny Productions, Inc., he has worked as a Motion Graphic Artist and Art Director for over 15 years, designing projects for some of Hollywood’s top companies.
About Source Point Press:
Founded in 2012 by Joshua Werner and Trico J. Lutkins, Source Point Press is a Detroit-based publisher of horror, supernatural, occult and pulp comics, novels, and art books. One of the fastest growing indie publishers in the industry, they have just wrapped production on ROTTENTAIL, their first horror feature based on the popular original graphic novel.
What others are saying about the book:
“With visually stunning pages[…]Callahan writes and illustrates this heavenly tale[…]”
– Fanbase Press
“The art in this story is amazing; it feels painted on the page…”
– In Truth It’s Not That Simple
“…the art is great and the literature engrossing…”
– The Action Pixel
“Callahan has an almost “Sandman” like art style”
– Atomic Moo
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