Crowdfund Armor For Barbie Dolls And Steve Ditko's Latest Comic

Also looking for a crowdfunding boost this week: an anthology about ladies and their comics, a claymation exploitation feature, an intriguing short film set in the future, and an open-world simulator that lets you pretend to be a bear. » 3/21/14 1:20pm 3/21/14 1:20pm

Crowdfund Baby Cthulhu sculptures and a videogame that teaches Japanese

Do you find the idea of learning Japanese intimidating? A videogame is looking to make the language fun and easy—and it needs a little crowdfunding help. You can also put your dollars behind cute Cthulhu sculptures, palm-sized personal museums, a new addition to a famous fan film, and a tale of teddy bear pirates. » 2/28/14 1:30pm 2/28/14 1:30pm

Crowdfund shark research and a cyberpunk film by Larry Hama

The man who built up GI Joe's mythology in comics has a new story to tell about Homeland Security's Cyber Crime Division. You can also help fund documentaries about women in comics and Batman collaborator Bill Finger—or send your dollars toward research into the feeding habits of sharks. » 2/09/14 12:00pm 2/09/14 12:00pm

Crowdfund a multicultural steampunk anthology and more

Love steampunk, but want to see a more culturally diverse range of stories? You can back an upcoming anthology with some top-notch contributors. You might also want to back a web series based on Legend of Grimrock, a puzzle RPG about archaeologists battling the Third Reich, or a comic in which the Axis Powers have… » 12/22/13 12:00pm 12/22/13 12:00pm

Crowdfund comics based on the lesser-known Grimm fairy tales and more

On the list of projects looking for a little crowfunding is an artbook depicting a world created by movie concept artists, a collection of comics based on the tales of the Brothers Grimm, a swashbuckling all-ages fantasy novel, a series of stories from the universe of the Elite computer games, and an anthology of short … » 12/08/13 12:00pm 12/08/13 12:00pm

Crowdfund comics about Brookyln-dwelling gods and African folktales

There are a ton of wonderful comics projects looking for crowdfunding at the moment, across a range of styles and genres. There's an anthology of African folktales, a comic book game of telephone, an urban fantasy about a man trying to pay off his karmic debt, and a post-apocalyptic tale about a scavenger and a… » 11/17/13 12:00pm 11/17/13 12:00pm

Crowdfund an apocalyptic comedy and new shorts by Aardman Animation

There are a couple of post-apocalyptic projects looking for a little crowdfunding: a star-studded comedy film and a comic starring a badass version of Charlie Brown. Plus, Aardman Animation is bringing back one of their original characters and a gorgeous environmental art project is getting a coffee table book. » 11/03/13 12:00pm 11/03/13 12:00pm

Crowdfund fan films to continue the stories of Star Trek and Fray

One team of fan filmmakers is looking to continue the original Star Trek series' five-year mission, while another team wants to bring Joss Whedon's Fray to vampire-slaying life. Plus, the creator of Billy & Mandy has a new post-apocalyptic project in the works, and an upcoming anthology promises to bring military… » 10/27/13 12:00pm 10/27/13 12:00pm

Help crowdfund an anthology of fictional Kickstarter campaigns!

There's something inherently a bit weird about Kickstarter campaigns, where someone puts a very personal goal on the Internet and hopes to make a polished enough pitch to get your money. So a brand new anthology project, of science-fictional Kickstarter campaigns, is just taking that strangeness to its logical extreme. » 10/21/13 11:02am 10/21/13 11:02am

Crowdfund more Bee and PuppyCat episodes and Myst's successor

Want to see more episodes of Bee and PuppyCat? You can help make a series happen by pledging a few dollars toward its crowdfunding campaign. You can also back a new game from the makers of Myst and Riven, and a nonfiction book about the bizarre adventures of well-traveled corpses. » 10/20/13 12:00pm 10/20/13 12:00pm

Crowdfund the reprinted adventures of Canada's first superheroine

This week, we have a few groups of people looking to bring historic works of art to a modern audience. There are the reprinted adventures of Nelvana, a superheroine from Canada's Golden Age, a publication of 19th-century illustrations for Poe's "The Raven," and a documentary about a famed Victorian taxidermist. » 10/13/13 12:00pm 10/13/13 12:00pm

Crowdfund a USB device that charges electronics with fire

Want to launch a functional satellite into space for a mere $20,000? One Kickstarter campaign promises to build the satellites to do it. There's also an off-grid electronics charger, a fantasy trilogy by Harry Connolly, and a new anthology of horror comics all looking for crowdfunding. » 10/06/13 12:00pm 10/06/13 12:00pm