All good things come in increments of three, right? Just think about it. There’s Charlie’s Angels, and Earth, Wind & Fire, of course. Heck, you could even put the Worst. Comic. Podcast. EVER! trio of Cullen, John and Jerry on that list — maybe! But what will soon be added to the great lists of three is the third Trekker Kickstarter from creator Ron Randall.
This new Kickstarter will launch on May 28, running for a full month until June 27. This project is to help fund a collection of all-new material featuring everyone’s favorite bounty, Mercy St. Clair. (Say, that reminds me… favorite bounty hunters – Mercy St. Clair, Boba Fett, and Dog.)
So far, Ron is 2-for-2 with his Kickstarter projects, and he aims to keep that record perfect with this new launch. Expect lots of great incentive prizes to get people bidding early and bidding often. We will share a link to the Kickstarter once it launches later this month.
However, we’re not done running the “great things come in threes” joke into the ground. Because we lead off the show with our Pick 3 selections for next week. John and Jerry do their best to guess Cullen’s selection.
Be sure to listen carefully, because we have a FREE giveaway going on with our friends at Fenix Comix in Peculiar, MO. Hopefully you saw John and Jerry’s guest appearance on their Facebook Live show last week. While we were there, Jerry found a copy of one of his all-time favorite comics in the back issue bins – Showcase #100 from 1978. You could get this comic for FREE, but you have to listen to the show to find out how! Only one of you will win – who will it be? (Man, I wish we had three copies of Showcase #100 to give away.)
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