Join us as we talk to comic creator Vito Delsante about his latest Kickstarter campaign for Stray.
We have another great interview to bring to you. This one is with comic writer Vito Delsante. He has a current Kickstarter campaign in progress for the long awaited graphic novel World War Mob: La Collezione Completa .
We spent some time discussing the origins of this comic project. It sounds and looks fantastic. We highly recommend backing this project.
The elevator pitch for the book is simple.
“It’s the mob from the 1930’s, they take a hit out on Benito Mussolini and I think it is pretty self explanatory from there. If I am worth any kind of salt as writer, there will be obviously nuance involved, but I will let the audience suss that out as they read it.”
The goal of the campaign is to complete and print the book that had been solicited a few years ago but never made it to print.
Artist Giancarlo Caracuzzo is utilizing a fantastic watercolor style bring a unique look to this book.
The Kickstarter campaign ends in twelve days on January 27, 2021, and this is one that you won’t want to miss. The rewards for this project are reasonably priced and as we discussed in the SquadCast, this is one of the projects that you want to see succeed because it deserves to be in the world.
Take a listen to our conversation for more about the history and content of this interesting comic project.
Of course, Vito and I discussed his creator owned book Stray that he developed with co-creator and artist Sean Izaakse. We talked about the plans for the next volume of Stray that he hope to get going this year with artist Marcelo Mueller.
For more of my feelings about Stray check out the Continued After The Next Page column that I wrote about it.
Fans of ’80s comics will enjoy the last third of the SquadCast as we dive into collecting X-Men comics, and you will find out what Chris Claremont has to do with “Luke and Laura” and “Bo and Hope”.
Here is some more art from the Kickstarter campaign.
World War Two! Five men, all members of different crime families, all US soldiers, undertake a clandestine mission ordered by the heads of the Five Families; for crimes against the Mafia, Benito Mussolini must be killed! They must overcome bad blood and family rivalries, the Nazis and the men loyal to Il Duce, and go behind the Army brass’ backs to do it for “La Cosa Nostra!
You can follow Vito’s work at www.incogvito.com
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