Tyler talks to the incredibly talented creator, Russell Nohelty, who runs Wannabe Press to talk about the long-awaited continuance of Ichabod Jones that has a Kickstarter campaign going RIGHT NOW! Listen in and back the project for amazing rewards!
Ichabod Jones Monster Hunter is about a mental patient that escapes from an asylum and becomes a monster hunter during the Apocalypse, but doesn’t know if he’s killing monsters, humans, or its all in his head the whole time. It’s a wild dark fantasy epic quest, like Lord of the Rings if it was written by H.P. Lovecraft, and then injected with a ton of wicked humor. Drawn my Renzo Podesta (27) and written by Russell Nohelty (Katrina Hates the Dead) Ichabod is perfect for anybody who likes In the Mouth of Madness, Jacob’s Ladder, Johnny the Homicidal Maniac, Walking Dead, or I Hate Fairyland.
You can back issue 6 RIGHT NOW on Kickstarter RIGHT HERE!
Wannabe Press is a small press than makes weird books for weird people.
It specializes in science fiction and fantasy novels and graphic novels filled with humor,
death, loss, grief, monsters, and mayhem.
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About Russell Nohelty:
Russell Nohelty is a USA Today bestselling author, publisher, and speaker. He runs Wannabe Press (www.wannabepress.com), a small press that publishes weird books for weird people. Russell is the author of many novels, including Sorry for Existing, Invasion, The Vessel, and My Father Didn’t Kill Himself, along with the creator of the Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter, Gherkin Boy, Pixie Dust, and Katrina Hates the Dead graphic novels. He also edited the Monsters and Other Scary Shit and Cthulhu is Hard to Spell anthologies, which both raised over $25,000 on Kickstarter. To date, Russell Nohelty has raised over $100,000 on Kickstarter across eight projects.
You can check out his books for yourself by joining his mailing list at www.russellnohelty.com/mail, where he’ll send you a collection of his books for free.