Kickstarter: JourneyQuest Season 3.5

JourneyQuest is the tale of a dysfunctional group of adventurers seeking to find and destroy the mythical Sword of Fighting. The epic fantasy series from Zombie Orpheus Entertainment has returns to Kickstarter to fund season 3.5, a collection of scenes that will expand upon the existing 3 seasons and the upcoming seasons 4 and 5 (The Kickstarter for season 4 is expected early 2019). More Orcs, more Karn the Unpleasant… in fact, more of everything thanks to the inclusion of the JourneyQuest World Bible! The definitive guide to the Fartherall, the world of JourneyQuest and The Gamers. Want to explore the wider world and produce your own licensed material? Then this is the document for you, a history of the ages and important factions in an ever developing setting.

And by chance, if you’ve yet to watch seasons 1-3 of this amazing show then you’re in luck. The entire show is available to stream for free on The Fantasy Network, alongside shows from a range of other indie producers.

The JourneyQuest 3.5 Kickstarter has 16 days to go (at time of writing) and less than 50% of its goal left.

 

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Demon Hunters Ride Again

Demon HuntersI’ve writen many times before about the Demon Hunters setting from Dead Gentlemen Productions which has formed the basis for many great games in the past. For quite a while however the world has been left in limbo while DG focused on The Gamers movies and Journey Quest, their most recent webseries.

Until now that is.

That’s right, Demon Hunters is back but this time in the form of a webcomic which you can find over at www.demon-hunters.com and which will be updating weekly with new strips. The comic reboots the setting entirely and is going to focus on the aftermath of the Vancouver Disaster which turned Gabriel’s life upside down (the events of the movies originally occurred some time after this). There are only 2 strips and some character profiles up at present but I’m already digging the art style, especially that of Gabriel and I can already hear the voice of Nathan Rice (who played Gabriel in the movies) speaking the dialogue. But enough of me telling you it’s worth reading, just go and read it.

In the words of Gabriel… We Ride