Indie Volt’s Book of the week

Are you looking for a superhero book packed with action and adventure?

This weeks Indie Volt pick is SeaDog and Codename: Killswitch Book II.

YES, IT’S BACK FOR A SECOND TIME! SeaDog and Codename: Killswitch return in a new 48 page adventure from writer Mark Poulton (Graveyard Shift, Hawkman) and artist Clint Hilinski (Justice League, GI Joe, Pirate Queen)! After the events of Book I, SeaDog and the Killswitch team are hot on the trail of Shikari, who has taken refuge on the planet Tharune, homeworld of Killswitch member, StormBorn!

SeaDog and Codename: Killswitch Book II features covers by Clint Hilinski and Dan Fraga (Black Flag)! In addition, Book I is available again featuring the black and white line art from Jon Malin’s Book I Cover. In addition, the campaign features the Babe Box! Similar to the USAssassin Footlocker, the Babe Box features all of the books from both SeaDog and Codename: Killswitch Campaigns for a total of 5 books inside a collector’s box with Rebel and Neon artwork on it. The box also includes sketches, trading cards and more!

For those who don’t know about the book, it’s about the world’s greatest hero, who happens to be a dog. He teams up with the government’s most bloodthirsty task force to take on supervillains. When super human trackers led by the mysterious villain, Shikari, abduct an unregistered meta, the government strikeforce known as CODENAME: KILLSWITCH try to enlist the aid of the world’s greatest hero, SEADOG.

You can find this book on Indiegogo. It currently has12 days left and has made $8,837 out of the $5,000 goal that was set up. This book looks and sounds amazing and you should definitely check it out.



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