Past the Last Mountain Now Up on Kickstarter!


Writer and letterer Paul Allor and artist and colorist Louie Joyce recently launched the Kickstarter campaign for the Past the Last Mountain trade paperback! It collects all four issues of the thoughtful series featuring a faun, a dragon and a young troll trying to find a paradise far, far from the cruelty of humans – and, of course, bonus materials including a reprint of Paul and artist Tony Boatright’s Orc Girl and brand new stories by some of the comics industry’s most exciting talents. Jules Rivera, Marissa Louise, Jordan Gibson, Paul Tucker, and other creators contribute to expanding the rich fantasy world.

There’s a little more than two weeks left to contribute, and the campaign is a little more than $1,000 away from achieving its $8,000 goal! Rewards include not only the book, but t-shirts, prints, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles prize pack and more.

If you want to try before you “buy,” the first issue is now up for free on Paul’s website. You can read it here!

And while you’re there, make sure to check out his new writing column, Imagine a Chair. He’ll be covering the basics of turning your ideas into solid stories, with warm, frank, and candid advice to help you grow your skills and creativity.


Posted by Meredith Nudo

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