MechaZine: a zine about giant fighty robots

A project in Kansas City, MO by Chris Perrin

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All the mecha combat you've come to love from Heroic Journey, but in zine form!
Backers: 38
Average Pledge Per Backer: $16

Funded: $625 of $599
Dates: Feb 16th -> Feb 28th (12 days)
Project By: Chris Perrin
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