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KAIJUS & COWBOYS BATTLE IN THE STARS

Kaijus & Cowboys are two great tastes that must taste great together, right? That's the idea behind the comic of the same name, currently on Kickstarter. Written by Matthew Blair and illustrated by Frankie B. Washington, the sci-fi / western comic features a crossover like no other all in the name of making way for something more suitable for living.

Earth was overrun by a strange colony of Kaiju monsters centuries ago. When humanity looks to the stars to find another planet to call home, the A.I. constructs robotic settlements and “the Hunters”— robots responsible for terraforming the planet and to purge it of dangerous Kaiju— to make the planet safe for inhabiting once again.

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“When I graduated college in 2012 I wasn't in the best emotional and mental headspace,” said writer Matthew Blair. “Creating and writing comic books gave me purpose and it's wonderful to see years of planning and practice start paying off in this project. Frankie and I have been working together for years, and it's an incredible treat to work with someone who is so talented, dedicated to his craft, and passionate about giant monsters and robots. We would be delighted if you helped us bring Kaijus & Cowboys to life.”

“Illustrating Kaijus & Cowboys has been a time warp to my childhood watching classic ‘Creature Features’ starring giant robots and Kaiju,” said Frankie B. Washington. “The relationship I have with Matthew is a collaborative balance that would make any creative team jealous.”

Rewards for the Kickstarter campaign include digital and physical copies of the comic itself, patches, sticker, digital wallpaper, and more. The campaign runs through May 30th, 2021.

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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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