There were some technical difficulties getting this episode together, and there’s slight occasional buzzing here and there- but lots of great info and advice from Steve on self-publishing comics and running successful Kickstarter campaigns. Thanks for listening- hope you enjoy!
“Athena Voltaire and the Terror on the Orient Express“ finds the heroine reconnecting with an old friend during a personal trip on the famed train line. When an old foe sets a plan in motion, the voyage turns deadly, as Athena must find the source of horrific slayings that are terrorizing the passengers!
Obviously, someone has to do something…
Planned for issues 9–12 of the Action Lab Athena Voltaire ongoing series, the prologue follows Athena on a mad dash to the train station. This sequence serves as a framing sequence to tell tales of the adventuress’ past.
Like every other volume in the series, Athena Voltaire and the Terror on the Orient Express works as an excellent introduction to Athena and her world. Each volume tells a self-contained adventure. Of course, when combined with the other volumes in the series, a larger story begins to take shape.
If you support a Kickstarter campaign, the last thing you want is for your books to arrive damaged! With that in mind, all of our physical packages are being shipped in Gemini Comic Mailers. These things are practically nuke-proof, insuring that your comics arrive in great condition!
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Steve Bryant is the Eisner, Manning, and Harvey Award-nominated creator/writer/artist of Athena Voltaire from Action Lab Entertainment, and the writer/co-creator of Ghoul Scouts, also published by Action Lab. Other comic projects include The Catch (writer/co-creator) and the webcomic Maximus Wrecks (creator/writer/artist). He has also completed projects for Dark Horse Comics, IDW, Boom! Studios, Ape Entertainment, and others, as well as extensive work in the roleplaying and boardgame industry. When he’s not making comics, Bryant teaches Digital Painting at Illinois State University and lives in the suburban wilds of Central Illinois with his family and companion animals.