Webcomic Curia Regis working its way towards being printed on Kickstarter
Yes, more Kickstarter. See, I really don't dislike them.
For a long time in my life, the only comics that I read were webcomics. I was always on the computer, digital comics weren't yet really a thing, I had no idea where to find a comic shop, and I had no money anyway. I didn't read them as much as you might guess, seeing as I spend all my time writing about comics now, but they were a big enough part of my life, and continue to be, that I want to talk about them when I have the chance.
Like many of these projects, I don't know anything about them going in. I have never read or heard of Curia Regis, and I don't recognize Robin Hoelzemann as a name I've ever heard, but I am now interested. I'm always in support of smaller creators, and especially in seeing webcomics getting into print, which will cause more people to see them than would otherwise.
It's also not fully funded yet, which is not something that I normally write about with Kickstarter. I have a bit of pause with the art not being completely done, but seeing as the webcomic itself is frequently updated, I have some faith in it. I want to see what Robin has put together.
(Yes, another name on the never ending list of webcomics to read, but I'm okay with that.)