A new Indiegogo campaign from Dynamite Entertainment gives fans access to three new first print versions of the popular comic series.
With a host of benefits available to backers, the campaign quickly met its original goal of $ 500 on April 29th. The new comic will feature three cover designs by artists Mikel Janin, Kenneth Rocafort and Donald Mustard. Fans can only choose the first print version of their preferred cover ($ 40, currently 20% off) or opt for the same first print version signed by writer Christos Gage (Avengers, Iron Man) for $ 90. There are also options to purchase special blank sketch cover editions of Batman Black & White # 1 and The 80th anniversary of Joker # 1 with custom hand-drawn illustrations by artist Ken Haeser ($ 90).
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As an added bonus, fans can also purchase the Plus Pack, which contains a random first print of one of the three cover variants of Batman / Fortnite # 1, along with five limited or signed premium comics. The estimated value of this $ 100 bundle is over $ 200 – and it’s currently 50% off. The campaign lasts until May 28th. All items are expected to be shipped in May 2021.
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