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Your name is Robinson Dark. You don’t know where you are or how you got there or what happened to the crew you led into space. All you know is you can’t feel a thing–not even fear.

Then it gets weird.

That’s how we begin Empty Space, the graphic novel I’m attempting to fund on I’ve described Empty Space as a cross between Star Trek and Lost, but it’s really more than that. It’s a twisty, turny, sometimes unsettling narrative set against the limitless backdrop of the stars, with the sort of bizarre alien species and against-all-odds derring-do that’s always characterized the best space adventure–along with a heaping dollop of the macabre.

It’s the kind of tale I’ve wanted to tell for a long time. In fact, it’s a dream project for a guy who fell in love with comics and science fiction at the age of six and never stopped loving them.

I’d be honored if you’d visit this link:

I trust you’ll find at least one of the rewards I’ve set up to your liking. And please…spread the word. I need all the help I can get!

Empty SpaceYour name is Robinson Dark. The last thing you remember is fighting an alien invader that threatened to destroy your ship and crew.
But you’re not on your ship anymore. You’ve woken up on another vessel, in a uniform you don’t recognize, and the only other human being anywhere around is howling gibberish at the top of his lungs.
You should be scared. Your heart should be pounding in your chest like an animal in a cage. But all you feel is…
The cover of Empty Space #1 painted by Brazilian phenom Caio Cacau. Look for it at Comixology in early January.