Zip is funded! With 104% of the campaign goal!

Thank you to everyone who pledged to Zip’s Kickstarter campaign or shared it and helped spread the word.

Following the official end of the campaign on Thursday the 4th of May, at 6pm GMT/BST, I will be sending a list of our Mach 4 backers to our letterer Ferran. While that’s being compiled into the completed comic, I’ll send out a survey to everyone who needs one. After that, I’ll be sending out digital comics to backers, and ordering physical copies to be printed ready to send to backers as well.

For Mach 1 backers

I’ll be asking you what name you’d like to be thanked under. You’ll be thank on Zip’s website and Zip’s social media platforms. Those social media platforms will be Zip’s Facebook page, Zip’s Twitter account, and Zip’s Instagram profile.

For Mach 2 backers

All of the above applies, plus I’ll be reaching out to ask you which cover you’d prefer: Vanessa Cardinali’s or San Espina’s.

Vanessa Cardinali’s cover
San Espina’s Cover

For Mach 3 backers

Once again, all of the above applies, plus I’ll be asking for an address to send your physical comic to you. If in doubt, I’ll contact you if something about the address doesn’t seem right.

For Mach 4 backers

All of the above applies plus I’ll be contacting you to ask how you would like your name to appear in Zip issue one! There should be enough space for both a name and a URL, if you’d like to include one.

For any questions about any of this, feel free to send me a message or use the FAQs tab on the campaign page.

For EVERYONE reading this

Thank you one more time for the support. Any pledges we receive on top of our goal will be reinvested into Zip issue two: a first draft of which has already been written. Long time readers of the old webcomic Zip existed in, back before she was revamped in this new form, may be excited to learn that this script prominently features a certain Zip fan favourite character.

Of course, right now my priority needs to be fulfilling this current campaign. Personally, I can’t wait to see Zip in a print format, and I’m thrilled at how many are keen to see that as well.

More updates to come.

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Zip is self-published by Mike Scrase, Bristol UK. © Mike Scrase 2023. ISSN 2976-8721 (print) 2976-8721 (online). No similarity between the names, characters and institutions depicted in Zip with any real life names, persons, or institutions is intended. Any such similarities are purely coincidental. Printed in the UK by Stuart Lloyd Gould.