This summer, 215 Ink will release Flutter, Volume Two: Don’t Let Me Die Nervous, the latest in the Flutter graphic novel series by Jennie Wood and Jeff McComsey. Flutter is about a girl who shape-shifts into a boy to get the girl. Over the course of the series, she learns that being a guy has its own difficulties and pretending to be someone else has consequences.
Ahead of Flutter, Volume Two’s release, a Flutter Kickstarter is planned for April 13 through May 12. The goal of this Kickstarter is to raise funds to print enough copies of the 100+ page, full color Flutter Vol. 1 & 2 graphic novels so that we can get them into comic shops across the country.
From April 13 through May 12, the Kickstarter link can be found here. Rewards will include original Flutter art from Jeff McComsey, print copies of Flutter, Vol. 1 & 2, and other books by Wood and McComsey. Wood is also offering a version of the comic and graphic novel writing class that she teaches at Grub Street, Boston’s independent writing center, and various manuscript consultations.
All of the money raised by this Kickstarter will go towards printing copies of Flutter, Volume 1 & 2. Any money over the initial goal will go toward printing more Flutter. The Advocate calls Flutter one of the best LGBT graphic novels of 2013. Bleeding Cool’s Shawn Perry names Flutter one of the 15 best indie comics of 2014. Gail Simone calls Flutter, “a truly thrilling graphic novel.”
About Jeff: Jeff McComsey is an American writer/illustrator (Mother Russia, Flutter, American Terror) working in comics for the past seven years. He is also editor in chief of the New York Times Best Selling historical zombie anthology FUBAR now into its sixth volume. Jeff and his family reside in the quaintly hip city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
About Jennie: Jennie is the creator and writer of Flutter. She is also the author of the YA novel, A Boy Like Me, a 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Finalist and one of Foreword Reviews’ 10 best indie YA novels of 2014. Jennie is an ongoing contributor to the award-winning, New York Times best-selling FUBAR comic anthologies. She writes non-fiction features for infoplease.com and teaches writing at Grub Street, Boston’s independent writing center.