The Cursed and the Damned

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The Cursed and the Damned pits a pair of horrific, mythological characters against each other while humans watch wondering if they will become either hunters or prey. When the dead rise up and walk the Earth, it is said that the end of days is near. What has never been mentioned prior to that is that humanity will wind up at the bottom of the food chain.

The Cursed and The Damned is a story about werewolves taking on the dreadful result of playing God. As werewolves come together, they bring about a war where no zombie or human is safe. Is it possible that they can fix what they started or will they watch as humans become prey and the real enemy watches from the shadows? According to series creator, David Sandoval, The Cursed and the Damned was a Project that he always wanted to tell but never quite had the time to get it into full gear. He wrote the first issue synopsis and sat on it for a few months before picking it up again and getting a team together to finally get this story told. Which is where the Kickstarter comes into play.

The comic’s creative team consists of by: David Sandoval (Story), Luis M. Cruz (Writer), Francesco Iaquinta (illustrator), Jasen Smith (Colorist) Josh Jenson (Flats), and Austin Janowsky (Letters). All of the funding from Kickstarter will be used for paying the creative team, printing, and distribution of issue #2.

The Cursed and the Damned is a project that has been fully written and illustrated. All that is needed to complete the project is coloring and lettering. So the team has worked hard enough to keep risk low and get this project done fast for everyone to enjoy. We’ve been informed that if any issue may arise in printing or distribution I’ll be posting comments to notify everyone on delays. We are confident and ready to get this project printed and in everyone’s hands.

This project will only be funded if at least $2,500 is pledged by 

Fri, Feb 21 2014


Robert J. Sodaro has been reviewing comicbooks for some 30 years. During that time, his reviews and articles have appeared in numerous print publications, as well as on the web. Subscribe to receive regular comicbook articles and reviews.

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