Abbadon is a graphic novel intended for mature readers. It’s written by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti, based on a screenplay by Spencer Marstiller. These guys are no beginners to the wild west, because these guys have worked on All Star Western with their talented illustrator, Fabrizio Fiorentino.
The Abbadon graphic novel will be 72 pages softcover. Here’s their story pitch.
Set in the late 1880’s American West, Abbadon is a city steeped in sin, where anything is possible if you have the money, influence and power to obtain it. Poised to become the next boomtown, Abbadon is plagued by a series of murders heralding the arrival of U.S. Marshall Wes Garrett. A legendary lawman, Garrett’s claim to fame is that he killed a notorious murderer, who cut a bloody swath across the country and left scores of mutilated men, women and children in his wake. Garrett’s arrival exposes the secret that Abbadon’s sheriff Colt Dixon has desperately been trying to conceal – the victims have all been mutilated the same way they were by the killer Garret stopped – a man some called a monster, but the papers called him Bloody Bill. Garrett and Dixon join forces to uncover the killer’s identity in a town so full of corruption that everyone is a suspect.
Get Abbadon in digital format, in softcover, and then step up for more related goodies. Lots of perks for the fans here.
Favorite perk ($27)
THE ACTUAL GRAPHIC NOVEL!!!: You get a limited KICKSTARTER ONLY exclusive ABBADON square bound graphic novel featuring the TIM BRADSTREET cover. This will be a limited edition of the book. We are only printing this version for Kickstarter pledges and limiting it to the number of pledges we receive. This will be done Print on Demand [ POD] This will be the only place to get this book and it will come signed by Jimmy Palmiotti . A digital download also comes with this. AND! You will have your name posted on our special thank you list inside the book! Impress your friends who have told you that you will never amount to anything. We know better, but they have to see it in writing.