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SFC Review and Kickstarter Preview

Posted on Nov 9, 2017 by in The Page | 0 comments

ISSUE 1

Story by Marcel Dupree, John Griz, Julien Kohlman, and Guido Martinez
Script by Julien Kohlman and Guido Maritnez
Art by Lucas Perdomo
Colors by Marco Pagnotta
Letters by Brant Fowler
Cover by Joel Cotejar and Marco Pagnotta
Edits by Marcel Dupree

Titanium #1
Story by Marcel Dupree and John Griz
Art by Mauri
Colors by Marco Pagnotta
Letters and Logo Design by Brant Fowler

SFC Secret Files – Mind Mechanics
Story by John Griz
Art by Vittorio Garofoli of Grafimated Cartoon
Colors by Marco Pagnotta
Letters and Logo Design by Brant Fowler

ISSUE 2

Story by Marcel Dupree, John Griz, Julien Kohlman, and Guido Martinez
Script by Guido Martinez
Art by Lucas Perdomo
Colors by Marco Pagnotta
Edits by Marcel Dupree
Variant Cover by Federico Sabbatini and Chiara Miriade

Titanium #2
Story by Marcel Dupree and John Griz
Art by Mauricio Campatella
Colors by Marco Pagnotta
Letters and Logo Design Brant Fowler

SFC Secret Files – Lurid Thoughts
Story by Ramel Hill
Art by Federico Sabbatini
Colors by Chiara Miriade
Letters by Guido Martinez
Edits by Marcel Dupree

The world of SFC is rather unique, it blends together two very popular things, things that have a huge fanbase by themselves, let alone together. Professional wrestling and superheroes. SFC stands for Super Fighting Championship and as the name suggests it’s a fighting league, but unlike UFC or Boxing, it’s a fighting league that is staged like professional Wrestling. The feel of the book is so much more than just WWE style wrestling action, although it doesn’t lack in action panels, the meat of the book is centered around the stars of the league and their interaction to each others. The character development and world building is very extensive but I expect nothing less from an Evoluzione Publishing.

I’ve heard a lot of people express a dislike for indie comics because of the lack of quality when it comes to art. If this is the case for any readers now then rest assured art will not be a problem. All of the artists for all different parts of both books bring their “A” game and have woven together a couple of really beautiful books. The main story of SFC as well as the secondary stories of Titanium and SFC Secret Files are all equally valuable with art and all bring something different while still being similar enough to be a part of the same book.

Like most people with Kickstarter’s that feature a second or third book in a series SFC has a nice catchup pledge of fifteen for the first three issues in PDF or twenty five for all three physical that include the PDF’s. I love the catch ups, it’s like going to a comic store and finding the back issues along with the newest, and while SFC is only at issue three it’s still affordable. The catch ups aren’t all they offer, they have a reward that allows the pledger to become part of the crowd, and one that even allows the pledger to create a character.

With such fun to be had and cool rewards to grab check out the SFC Kickstarter and help bring the project to life!

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