A Twelve Minute Revolution in Just Reading – A microcomic with an interesting presentation by @DarrenHupke
Well, this is something new. Instead of just producing a comic book like most people, the creators of A Twelve Minute Revolution in Just Reading decided to go the avante-garde route. Indeed, while the setup itself is interesting (following a scientist that is shot while in his lab), it is not the most intriguing part of the project. Instead, it is the execution that skews a little away from the ordinary. Indeed, A Twelve Minute Revolution in Just Reading is only six pages long and printed on card stock instead of paper (it was written to be included in an anthology). However, each copy of the book will have the coloring painted on individually by hand (the bulk of the book is black-and-white with splashes of color) and the books will also be hand-sewn (although you can get a copy of the book for only one dollar if you want). It’s an interesting idea, as much art project as comic book, that the creators hope helps tell the story. If nothing else, it’s good to see someone use Kickstarter for something that actually could never exist in the mass marketed format. Check out the Kickstarter page for complete information.
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