Kickstart the Week: The return of the JUSTICE MACHINE

The Justice Machine are back! The 80s superhero team originally created by Mike Gustovich and fleshed out by Tony Isabella have returned. Mark Ellis (the book’s primary writer in its later years) bought the property way back in the early nineties, but between his own series work (on prose titles like Deathlands) and not-so-great business deals, the characters have not done much over the last decade or two. Now the characters are making their comeback through a Kickstarter campaign!

Mark offers some great incentives with the project, but it still needs some serious funds with 15 days to go. Give it a look and support great comic fiction!

About Nick Ahlhelm

Nicholas Ahlhelm has let his love for superheroes as a concept pretty much overwhelm his good sense. He has been a fan of super-powered prose fiction since he discovered Wild Cards at twelve. Since then, he has expanded his reading and viewing to cover superheroes through every means he can find, whether comics, prose fiction, movies, television, or transmedia sources. At the same time, he started to craft his own superhero narratives, developing the ongoing Quadrant Universe while dabbling in pulp and sports fiction. He lives in Eastern Iowa with his wife and two daughters, in an increasingly small house.
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