We got a cover tease for the follow-up Kickstarter comic to Fanny Galactic: Tuck To The Future, CRIME & D’SORDER! The LGBTQ+ comedic/ sci-fi action comic is written by Chris Fildes and art by Edward Bentley, also lettering by Nikki Powers.
Check out the full cover and a quick synopsis:
The gay scene is rocked by a suspected terrorist bombing of a local gay bar. No-one claims responsibility but the ensuing mistrust pits friends against friends as dark forces wait in the wings to exploit the situation…
From Chris Fildes, here’s what he has to say about the project:
There’s a lot of work written about the HIV/AIDS crisis in popular fiction. I wanted to explore some of the same themes in a very different way, looking at how it still affects those left behind now. For someone like Fanny she threw herself into her work doing drag but her fellow drag queen Sybil became bitter towards straight people and indeed Fanny who she saw as uncaring and cold. I packaged it up in a zany over-the-top sci-fi time travel comedy as I didn’t want to write something so serious.
I wanted the story to be really funny but for it to be there bubbling under the surface, ready to hit you at the end. Dealing with what people of earlier generations had to put up with growing up a driving force for the characters in this world. Not just HIV/AIDS, but the deep rooted homophobia. It wasn’t just from random strangers – it also came from friends, family and in particular the state. It was everywhere, it was overwhelming and many people are still feeling the effects today. There’s a lot of stuff written about fighting for rights but I wanted to look at the effects of having to grow up fighting bigotry have on people afterwards. Importantly though I want to do it with great stories, interesting characters and tons of humor at the forefront.
CRIME & D’SORDER pride month cover will be available as part of the Kickstarter later this Summer!
For more info, click here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/iamchrisfildes/fanny-galactic-tuck-to-the-future
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