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Crowdfunding Corner: Vampires on Mars asks how much will you give up to get what you want?

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It’s an intergalactic confection composed of a force far beyond human ability—it’s Vampires on Mars #1, now live on Kickstarter!

Co-created by writer George O’Connor, with art by Fernando Pinto, through a mix of sci-fi, horror, and dark comedy, it’s a new series that begs the question, how much of your humanity—literally and figuratively—are you willing to give up to get what you want?

In a last-ditch effort to save his dream of being the first person to send a manned mission to and from Mars, a desperate billionaire realizes there’s only one way to do it successfully—he must turn his astronauts into vampires.

Hanna Von Fleischer looked up at the stars and dreamed of being among them since she was a girl. That was 300 years ago. Despite being a vampire for centuries and exploring every nook and cranny of Earth, her obsession with the night sky never waned. Decades ago, she figured out how to travel between the planets. She just needed technology to catch up to her ideas.

Billionaire Gary Laurie dreams of being the first person to successfully send a manned mission to Mars and back. Despite hiring the best engineers and scientists money can buy, they haven’t been able to come up with a viable solution. And with each failed attempt, Gary falls further down the billionaire’s list—a fate worse than death.

Each issue features an exclusive interview with astronomer and science writer Phil Plait, discussing the current state of Mars missions, and what the reality of sending vampires into space would really be like, and more!

Edited by James Emmett. Colors by Ellie Wright and letters by Justin Birch, with variant covers by Alex Cormack and Jacob Edgar.

Vampires on Mars #1 ends April 26, so don’t miss out!


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