The Tribulations of Abaddon #1

to The Tribulations of Abaddon #1; A medieval adventure where warriors
must join forces, caught in the center of an epic battle between angels
and demons.

As humanity prospers and kingdoms grow, the balance of good and evil
shifts into chaos when the demon Syria escapes from the dark bowels of
Hell. Back on Earth, the Sumerian city of Larsa begins to consume itself
as a demonic plague begins to spread at an overwhelming rate. Its
defending warriors desperately strive to maintain their existence, and
ensure their survival, by coming together. They overcome great odds as
they fight for their lives, caught in the war between Heaven and Hell.

David Sandoval is here to ask for help in making the first issue of
“The Tribulations of Abaddon” a reality. The journey to produce this
fantastic tale has been a long one. David has been working on T.O.A. for
a few years, and in the process of development he came together with a
fantastic team of artists who have helped him create this labor of love.

This is where fans can help. David has been personally funding the
creative production of this book, but he can’t do it alone — and
producing the physical comic is a financial challenge in itself. The
artistic team has gotten some great reactions from fellow creators,
artists and fans in the industry, so TOA-team is even more excited than
ever about bringing this comic to readers!

“The Tribulations of Abaddon is one of those rare projects that
comes along and combines everything I love about high fantasy in the
comic medium. N.A.S Studios is putting together an incredible tale of
sword, sorcery, angels and demons and I am very excited to be involved
in helping to bring this to life!”
          – Patrick Blaine (penciler/artist for Top Cow, Dark Horse, DC)

monsters, demons, hot women, badass men. And a great storyline to boot!
I am looking forward to my involvement with this project.”
          – Kevin Conrad (inker/artist for Image, DC)

“T.O.A. is a
BIG story… Big, over-sized people shooting off their big, over-sized
mouths in a big, over-sized adventure! Feeding T.O.A.’s ‘bigness’
however, is a deep pool of subtlety.The characters are relevant,
original and complex, and the settings are familiar enough to be
engaging without being predictable. T.O.A.’s dialogue is loaded with
humor and emotion, while remaining happily free of the campy bulls**t
that is the lingua franca of modern Sword and Sorcery. The script paints
crystal clear pictures — I wish I were the artist drawing it! Its
going to be a fun, epic saga and I can’t wait to see it all come

         – Steve Firchow (artist/colorist for Top Cow, DC, Marvel)

The Kickstarter funding will be used to help pay for the interior
sequential art, which includes: pencils by Kris Cagle, inks by Juan
Albarran, colors by Tommy Shelton, lettering by Kel Nuttall,
post-production graphic design by Raymond Dowaliby, and the printing and
Distribution of T.O.A. #1

This first issue will have 24 pages of story as well as 8 pages of
bonus materials including concept
sketches and pinup art. That’s a 32
page book!

The Team:
Interiors by: Kris Cagle
Inks by: Juan Albarran
Colors by: Tommy Shelton
Lettering by: Kel Nuttall

With covers by:
Romano Molenaar / Jonathan Glapion / Thomas Mason
Patrick Blaine / Jonathan Glapion / Colors Coming Soon
Richard Bonk / Kevin Conrad / Thomas Mason
Kevin Conrad / Jonathan Glapion / Thomas Mason
Richard Bonk / Patrick Blaine / Kris Cagle / Thomas Mason
Paolo Pantalena / Nei Ruffino
Patrick Blaine / Jonathan Glapion / Steve Firchow

visit the Kickstarter page and make a contribution.

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