Zpocalypse 2: Defend the 'Burbs

FUBAR: American History Z

A project in Lancaster, PA by Jeff McComsey
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32 short comic stories totaling 328 pages, celebrating 236 years of the American experience... with zombies.
Backers: 252
Average Pledge Per Backer: $69

Funded: $17,382 of $6,000
Dates: Oct 30th -> Dec 4th (36 days)
Project By: Jeff McComsey
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