Sea of Legends


A project in Charlotte, NC by Andrew M. Henderson

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An ongoing digital comic which redefines and modernizes the Vampire genre through a unique blend of crime, horror, and sci-fi.
Backers: 12
Average Pledge Per Backer: $23

Funded: $270 of $5,000
Dates: Oct 14th -> Nov 13th (31 days)
Project By: Andrew M. Henderson
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Latest News

Is It Good? Noctua #2 Review

October 9th - via:
Indie comics are gaining more popularity by the day. With Comixology’s easy to use digital publishing service, many under-the-radar writers and artists are taking advantage of this wonderful system and making their dream comics a reality. This is a review of Noctua #2, a series written by Andrew M. Henderson. Does this comic deserve to sit on your digital comic shelf alongside books published by other well-known companies? Is it good? (Read More)

Noctua 2 Review

October 3rd - via:
Noctua is an independent comic book series by Andrew M. Henderson. The series takes a sideways look at the vampire genre in an attempt to ground the concept. It is a world where vampires are simply a persecuted class of diseased humans. HVV, or Human Vampiric Virus, affects only 5% of the human population and alters the human body in such a way that they gain strength, an aversion to sunlight, and a need to drink blood to restore platelets. The world accepts Vampires as second class citizens and has begun to accommodate them as such. But just like humans, there are good vampires and there are bad. (Read More)

‘Noctua #2:’ Comic Book Review

October 3rd - via:
A new virus cropped up approximately two years ago that is believed to have transferred from rare fleas on vampire bats to humans. HVV transforms seemingly ordinary individuals to blood-craving creatures with lightning reflexes who function best in the dark: vampires. World governments have struggled to incorporate these newly transformed citizens, and synthetic blood substitute Aeternus Eternus offers a safe way to allow “transhumans” to blend into the population; however, not all transhumans agree that synthetic food is the best option; human blood trafficking has grown exponentially, and plenty of humans are willing to provide their services in finding donors . . . for a cut of the profits. A legend has grown in this dark society of a creature neither human nor vampire that preys on the creatures of the night. No one knows who he is or where he came from; he is only known as Noctua. (Read More)

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