Pariah, Missouri Graphic Novel Hardcover Heads to Kickstarter

Pariah, Missouri

Pariah, Missouri

Official Press Release

Ventura, California – September 5, 2013 – Starting off with a bang today is the Pariah, Missouri Graphic Novel Kickstarter campaign.  Written by Andres Salazar and Penciler Jose Luis Pescador, Pariah, Missouri is a western with a supernatural twist. It’s pitched as Deadwood meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer.  Part wild-west historical drama, part supernatural mystery, Pariah is set in 1857 a few years before the Civil War.  Considered a team book, we follow Hiram Buchanan an undercover Pinkerton, Nellie a feisty courtesan, Jean a practitioner of vodoo from New Orleans and Toro a Comanche bounty-hunter as they ferret out evil.

“We have a number of stories to tell, and this first volume is just the beginning.  We were moving away from the issues format, but I felt it helpful to use each issue as an act-break like they do in television.  The hardcover is special because I added my own commentary throughout the over-sized book.  I’m a huge fan of DVD extras, so I created it with that in mind.” says Andres.

Having worked for Howard Chaykin as an assistant, Andres learned much of the business from his mentor.  Andres also wrote and directed SAG short film After Cheri and stated, “I found that I think in graphic terms, so I decided to work out the Pariah, Missouri story as a graphic novel.  It’s much cheaper of course to generate a comic and this is a good way to build a fan-base.  We are very excited about our Kickstarter for Pariah, Missouri!  It will be an exciting story for the next 30 days to see how we progress through the campaign.  I will be posting videos and updates often so backers really get a sense of the “behind the scenes” of what it takes to make a comic book.  Please become a part of our team!”

You can find Andres Salazar in front of his laptop furiously typing away in one of the downtown coffee shops in Ventura, CA.

To see the Pariah, Missouri Kickstarter campaign to go HERE.

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