Resize text+=

The Kickstarter Report: ‘SpaceBear’

Over the past few years, Fanboy Comics’ Kickstarter Report series has highlighted a myriad of indie comic book projects, many of which were targeted towards adult audiences.  At FBC, we love geeks of all ages, and we feel that it is important to bring our younger readers (and their geek-tastic parents) the same exciting array of independently created comic book projects that could soon be a reality.  Today, The Kickstarter Report will be highlighting SpaceBear, an interactive children’s picture book and sci-fi adventure story designed for the geek parent (and their little fanboys and fangirls), filled with games, educational activities, and creative ways that parents can interact with their children.

SpaceBear is geared towards children ages 3-6.  Because of the large development difference between 3 and 6, the book can be read in different ways; it can be read straight through as a bedtime story for younger children, and it can also be read to older children by using the book’s margins and its supplemental games.  SpaceBear‘s interactive puzzles add to the story and allow for your child’s creativity.  The great news is that the book has already been completed, and creator Andres Salazar is seeking to raise $5,000 through Kickstarter to fund the books’ printing costs.

Be sure to visit the SpaceBear’s Kickstarter page, and don’t forget to check out the backer rewards, which include signed hardcover copies of the book, SpaceBear stickers and patches, and a personal reading of the book by the author for you and your friends! The Kickstarter campaign will close on Monday, April 21st, so be sure to donate soon!

[iframe width=”480″ height=”360″ src=”” frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no” ]

Barbra Dillon, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief




Leave a Comment

Scroll to Top