The same description applies to the last two fundraising campaigns that I backed, beginning with The Future Prophecy (I'll refer to the second one shortly).
The Future Prophecy is an epic graphic novel and concept album series featuring DJs as superheroes and villains. Each issue will be accompanied by a dance music single composed by the story's characters. Set in our beloved hometown, The Future Prophecy transforms Toronto into a dystopian urban battleground.I need to thank the lady running the campaign, Sara Simms. First, she contacted me to express her own gratitude for my support, small as it was, which was nice enough of her. But she also answered a couple of questions I had which, if I'd read the Kickstarter page a little more closely, I would have figured out myself (or should have). Appreciate the patience and guidance, Sara!
Sara also provided me with a page from which one can purchase a print version of the first volume, called Arcanum, but also read the digital version for free. The page below does a nice job of displaying the art style and providing some basics about the bad guys and the challenges faced by our heroines.
I find using the music industry as a backdrop interesting (Bogtown is a record company). My musical tastes tend to lean more towards blues/rock so I admit that I am entirely out of my element when it comes to the scene that's on display in this book. But the exposure to it is part of the appeal of the project to me. Among books I follow, there is nothing comparable.
I was also pleased to be introduced to Paris Alleyne's work. Paris is the artist for the second volume. I found his deviantart page and enjoyed viewing his portfolio, especially his own creations. A group shot of such characters is copied below for example's sake, but I'd recommend having a look at the rest of his work. I think you'll be impressed.