Kathryn Calamia Launches Superhero Sequel

Written by Ed Fortune Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Comic Book News

Indie comic book creator Kathryn Calamia, who is better known for her comics review channel Comic Uno, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to get the next instalment of her superhero comic produced.

Like Father, Like Daughter is the story of a teenage girl (Casey) whose father left her at a young age to become a full time superhero (Invulnerable). Casey discovers that she’s inherited superpowers from her deadbeat dad, something that Casey isn’t terribly comfortable with.

Issue 2 promises to challenge a number of superhero comic tropes whilst also delivering some high drama and comic book action. The Kickstarter for Issue 1 was highly successful and it’s looking likely that this will do just as well.

You can support Like Father, Like Daughter by going to the Kickstarter page here.


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Indie comic book creator Kathryn Calamia, who is better known for her comics review channel Comic Uno, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to get the next instalment of her superhero comic produced.

Like Father, Like Daughter is the story of a teenage girl (Casey) whose father left her at a young age to become a full time superhero (Invulnerable). Casey discovers that she’s inherited superpowers from her deadbeat dad, something that Casey isn’t terribly comfortable with.

Issue 2 promises to challenge a number of superhero comic tropes whilst also delivering some high drama and comic book action. The Kickstarter for Issue 1 was highly successful and it’s looking likely that this will do just as well.

You can support Like Father, Like Daughter by going to the Kickstarter page here.

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