Hospice: Last Supper of the Catskill Cannibal - horror comic

A project in New York, NY by Frank Martin

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A serial killer called the Catskill Cannibal is transferred to a fine dining hospice, but he may not like what they have on the menu.
Backers: 211
Average Pledge Per Backer: $17

Funded: $3,675 of $2,666
Dates: Sep 11th -> Sep 29th (19 days)
Project By: Frank Martin
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Latest News

The Frank Martin Bundle!

September 26th - via: kickstarter.com
With just a few days left of the campaign I decided to do something special. Malady and Sex Night are arguably my two works that are the furthest from each other. So naturally I combined them into a discounted digital bundle at just $3 for both of... (Read More)

Final days!

September 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Just sending out a quick update to let everyone know that the campaign has less than a week left, which I consider its final days. So far the reception to this crazy event / experiment of ours has been great. The Hospice crew and I are excited to... (Read More)


September 22nd - via: kickstarter.com
Well, we've bounced back and forth with it a couple times now, but I'm happy to report we've crossed $3,000! Just one more week to go, and I have a fun add-on planned. So you soon! Now here's some more horror comic fun. STAIN is an anthology that... (Read More)

New limited add-on!

September 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Hospice artist Claudio Sepulveda and I have worked together before on a book called Malady. It's a dark and visceral story about an alcoholic slowly becoming an actual monster. I wouldn't describe it as a fun story, but Claudio's monster was so good... (Read More)


September 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Not even a week in and we've already hit our goal! Thank you so much for making the campaign such a success from the get-go. There are still 2 weeks left, though. So we're in it for the long haul! Now here's another horror comic that might interest... (Read More)

Approaching the goal!

September 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Just a few days in and we're already within striking distance of our goal. Thanks so much for backing the campaign in these early days. Hospice was a risk for all involved, so we appreciate the support. Now here's another horror project with just a... (Read More)

100 backers on launch day!

September 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Wow. ┬áThis has been an incredible launch day and I can't thank you all enough for jumping on board. The Hospice team and I have been working on our respective projects for well over a year, and it's been a blast. A lot of hard work. But fun hard... (Read More)

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