Karl Kerschl is crowdfunding another edition of his award-winning webcomic.
The Abominable Charles Christopher, the award-winning webcomic by Karl Kerschl, is now up on Kickstarter.
Kerschl is crowdfunding a third collection of strips, but if you missed the first two books, no worries — they can be purchased during the campaign as well.
“The story of The Abominable Charles Christopher began way back in 2007 as a long-form webcomic inspired by The Epic of Gilgamesh,” the Kickstarter page reads. “It’s been collected in two self-published volumes to date, chronicling Charles’ adventures through the Cedar Forest and into the kingdom of the bratty child-king, Gilgamesh. Now, the long-awaited third volume is here to continue Charles’ story!”
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