Announcing the latest project from the team that brought you World War Kaiju
A Graphic Novel Kickstarter
A hardboiled detective on the streets of Lovecraft’s most cursed city!
“What if Raymond Chandler wrote a Lovecraft story?”
From the team that brought you the hit graphic novel, WORLD WAR KAIJU,
comes a new tale straight from the darkest corners of Lovecraft’s New
England. Illustrated by fantasy artist Patrick McEvoy, best known for
his work on Arkham Horror and Call of Cthulhu, and written by
sci-fi/horror author Josh I. Finney, Casefile: ARKHAM is a classic
noir story that follows Hank Flynn—a down on his luck private eye who
has been hired to track down an enigmatic artist by the name of
Richard Upton Pickman. What begins as a simple missing persons case
leads Flynn down a dark path of flesheating ghouls, vengeful witch
cults, and the notorious Innsmouth mafia.
WATCH THE ANIMATED TRAILER: http://casefilearkham.com/previews/
THE KICKSTARTER CAMPAIGN
Casefile: ARKHAM is currently seeking support on Kickstarter. The
campaign will be running until March 30th. The campaign needs a total
of $8,000 to complete production of the art and print the book at the
best quality possible. Visit the Kickstarter at http://kck.st/1A87vrM
ABOUT THE CREATORS
JOSH I. FINNEY — Author and occasional artist, Josh Finney is the
mind behind the awarding winning graphic novels Titanium Rain,
Utopiates, and World War Kaiju. He is best known for penning stories
that are heavy on action, yet always delve into heady subjects such as
science, politics, and philosophy. In another life, he was an
illustrator for DC’s Batman/Catwoman, has done concept design for Star
Trek: Enterprise, and created cover art for countless 90′s era
industrial & techno bands.
PATRICK McEVOY — Patrick McEvoy is one of your favorite artists.
Seriously. You just didn’t know it. You may not recognize his name,
but you know his art. McEvoy has spent the better part of a decade
illustrating some of the most loved and memorable art to come out of
the H.P. Lovecraft mythos. Card games, novels, posters,
t-shirts—you’ve seen and probably own at least one piece of McEvoy’s
art. He’s best known for his work on Arkham Horror, Call of Cthulhu,
and oh yeah…a little known title called Game of Thrones.