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Zanfardino and Romboli’s ‘A Thing Called Truth’ funding a second volume on Kickstarter

Iolanda Zanfardino and Elisa Romboli, the BCP-favourite duo behind the likes of Alice in Leatherland and The Least We Can Do, are currently crowdfunding a second volume of their Image Comics series A Thing Called Truth on Kickstarter.

A chaotic queer road trip adventure, the series introduced us to workaholic scientist Dr. Magdalene Träumer (“Mag” to her friends) and fearless force of nature Dorian Wildfang as their paths crossed during their individual quests for answers (and, yes, truth).  We reviewed the first issue back in November 2021, calling it “a new series that you need to add to your pull list right away.”

Sadly, as sometimes happens these days, the series was cut short before it could reach the finale Iolanda and Elisa had in mind, so they have made the decision to turn to Kickstarter to self-published a 120-page graphic novel conclusion entitled, quite fittingly, “Drive Home”.  The campaign will run until Wednesday the 1st of March, with the book planned for release in late 2024 if it ends up being funded.

We’re a huge fan of both creators, and of this series in particular, so it’s fantastic to be given the opportunity to return to Mag and Dorian’s story and hopefully find out how it ends.  The campaign is currently over 40% funded with 22 days still to go, with plenty of backer options including copies of both volumes, art prints, exclusive digital artwork and the chance to appear in the book as a supporting character, and you can check out the full campaign page by CLICKING HERE.

Oh, and if that’s not enough to convince you, you can feast your eyes on some tasty preview artwork below:


[PREVIEW ARTWORK – CLICK TO ENLARGE]


The writer of this piece was: Craig Neilson-Adams (aka Ceej)
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