Bioengineering is pervasive these days–just look at your medicine, your makeup, or your food–but the science behind it is still pretty inaccessible to tinkerers. Enter Amino: A small bioengineering lab that will walk you through the process of creating everything from glow-in-the-dark cells to an anti-cancer research…
Batteriser is a crowdfunding campaign for a magical little sleeve you pop over your AA batteries, extending their useful life by ‘up to 800%’. Sound a little too good to be true? That’s because it 800% is*.
There’s fandom, there’s madness, and there’s total freaking insanity. A new Indiegogo campaign to actually build the fictional Middle Earth city of Minas Tirith from The Lord of the Rings is something beyond that. It’s absolutely hilarious.
A customisable index of monsters for tabletop RPGs and a cool sci-fi western comic series lead the charge on this week's look at all things crowdfunded, but that's not all there is - Detective tales set in a Lovecraftian universe, family friendly games about colonising Mars, and short fiction anthologies await!
This week's look at all things Crowdfunding is a humdinger. We've got Lightspeed Magazine's all-queer-creator special, 80's clothing nostalgia, the mother of all Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit viewing parties, and yes: Parks and Recreation's absurdly complex (and totally awesome) board game. Let's check it out!
This week's look at all things Crowdfunding offers everything you could want - well, probably not, but it's still got a deep dive into the science of H.P. Lovecraft, awesome tabletop accessories, Robot comics and a year of classic horror movies! Let's check it out.
It's the last Crowdfund This of 2014! Let's send it off with a bang, including cool card games, awesome sci-fi and fantasy fiction, and yes, even a Harry Potter fan film.
Those crazy spacefaring Nazis are back, and they've brought Dinosaurs with them! But that's not all in our latest look at all things cool in Crowdfunding - there's amazing sci-fi/fantasy comics, the revival of one of the most iconic Horror movies ever, and Roddy Piper fighting Cthulhu. Of course he is.
What if aliens attacked the Prussians in the late 18th Century? A comic book series tries to answer just that in this week's look at all things Crowdfunding - but that's not all. There's a board game about humanity rebelling against a rogue A.I, retro radio-dramas with a Sci-Fi twist and more.
There's lots to look at in this week's look at all things Crowdfunding! We've got an RTS game set in a Robot/Kaiju apocalypse, a fantasy anthology that pairs short stories with actual recipes, and bizarrely enough, a prequel to Night of the Living Dead - from none other than the son of George Romero himself.
There's a bit of a Doctor Who bent to this week's look at all things crowdfunding, as we take a look at two projects inspired by the sci-fi series - but that's not all. There's an RPG about fighting your friends, a cool anthology of sci-fi and fantasy stories, and a game that's shaped by the story you write for it.
This week's look at the latest in crowdfunding fun features a comic about two bickering robots on an adventure, but that's not all - there's a crazy fantasy video game that blends elements of Cooking Mama with Avatar: The Last Airbender, documentaries about Space Elevators, and sand. Lots and lots of sand.
A project looking to translate award-winning sci-fi from Chinese writers spearheads this week's look at crowdfunding, but that's not all - there's a short movie about Bears learning to use fire, a card game about the Periodic table and a lot more.
A table-top RPG set in an alternate sci-fi version of the 1970's leads the charge in this weeks look at the coolest crowdfunding projects across the web - but that's not all. There's also nerdy nail wraps, a stop-motion film about one man's journey through space, 3D puzzles of Dinosaur skeletons, and even more!
But it's not Disney! Hullabaloo is an original creation by a collection of Disney veterans who have a dream to make a beautiful steampunk, (hand-drawn) line animated film. And it needs your help to become a fully formed film.
Like her inspiration, Sherbet Lock is a cocaine-addicted detective—although her mysteries tend to be of the supernatural variety. She's looking for a bit of crowdfunding support, as is an anthology of speculative fiction and essays, a bisexual horror web series, and gorgeous 16-bit video game.
Fortunately, if this team reaches its crowdfunding goal, they'll be available in adult sizes as well. Also looking for crowdfunding help is an exciting new anime, dolls based on real historical women, and a new online science fiction and fantasy magazine.
This week in crowdfunding, we have two documentaries for your financial consideration: one about San Francisco's boy hero Batkid and one about the people behind D&D. Plus, there's a Neil Gaiman off-Broadway play and a beautiful art book featuring diverse fantasy women.
The funny folks behind the goofball web series Red vs. Blue are trying their hands at a feature film—and it's a scifi comedy. Plus, an English version of Osamu Tezuka's space Western, a line of high-quality Greek mythology toys, and a diverse superhero anthology are all looking for a bit of crowdfunding help.
Zach Weiner, creator of the smart and hilarious webcomic Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, has written a children's book, and you can help bring it into the world. You can also fund a movie adaptation of one of the web's smartest comics, a fan film about Harry Potter's Mauraders, and more!