Monsters on Georgia; dragons on Robson! This illustration by Amancay Nahuelpan-Bustamante is a phenomenal sneak peak at what you’ll see inside Cloudscape Comics' latest anthology The Giants of Main Street, a 150 page collection of fantasy stories set in an urban environment.
This project started out as an Indie-Go-Go campaign, and the Cloudscape crew has once again raised the funds needed to kickstart the production of this project. This is the sixth anthology Cloudscape has produced, having released one every year for the past five years; a seventh book is already in the planning stage.
Earlier this month, the first copies of the book were sent out to those who supported the Indie-Go-Go campaign. The rest of you may have to wait a bit longer, but soon this title will be available in ebook and printed book format from the Cloudcape Comics online store; a Vancouver book launch event is also scheduled for next month. To find out more about their book launch plans and future events, follow them on Facebook, Tumblr, & Twitter.
Cross posted to VancouverIsAwesome.com with alternate text and images.

Monsters on Georgia; dragons on Robson! This illustration by Amancay Nahuelpan-Bustamante is a phenomenal sneak peak at what you’ll see inside Cloudscape Comics' latest anthology The Giants of Main Street, a 150 page collection of fantasy stories set in an urban environment.

This project started out as an Indie-Go-Go campaign, and the Cloudscape crew has once again raised the funds needed to kickstart the production of this project. This is the sixth anthology Cloudscape has produced, having released one every year for the past five years; a seventh book is already in the planning stage.

Earlier this month, the first copies of the book were sent out to those who supported the Indie-Go-Go campaign. The rest of you may have to wait a bit longer, but soon this title will be available in ebook and printed book format from the Cloudcape Comics online store; a Vancouver book launch event is also scheduled for next month. To find out more about their book launch plans and future events, follow them on Facebook, Tumblr, & Twitter.

Cross posted to VancouverIsAwesome.com with alternate text and images.

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