Performance artist, culture critic, and TheRebelTV host Martina Markota announced on the Lady Alchemy Twitter that T-shirts have been added to the crowdfunding perks on the IndieGoGo website based on the graphic novel.
Check out the tweet below,
Added a shirt perk to the campaign! Now you can purchase a shirt by itself. They are already sent to print, so expect them fairly soon! Pick between design A. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES or B. LADY ALCHEMY DANCER
I have to say, these T-shirts look pretty cool. Markota has always challenged the Far Left ideas of beauty and encouraged Conservatives to return to classic and traditional forms of inspiration.
As you may recall, Markota’s Lady Alchemy comic book project crowdfunding goal has been blown out of the water after only a few weeks online. This is a sign that Conservatives who are looking to engage in pop culture have an opportunity to break through the wall of the Hollywood elitism and challenge the post-modern ideas of creativity.
According to the IndieGoGo website,
LADY ALCHEMY is the Burlesque alter ego of Martina Markota, a rising star in the underground arts scene in the big city. In the bustling metropolis of NYC, she discovers that her visions of a demonic world are real. She must control her powers, enter the dark realm and fight to free the city from a mind controlling media executive. Neon Noir meets cyberpunk wrapped around a hot babe in this illustrated action thriller.
What do you think? Let me know in the comments below and tell me about your thoughts. While you are at it, check out my review of Venom, my shout out to The Holder’s Dominion, and my review of the indie film ‘If You’re Gone.’ Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.
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