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Fanbase Press Interviews Aaron Wroblewski on Launching a Kickstarter Campaign for the Post-Apocalyptic Horror Comic Book Series, ‘Enenra’

The following is an interview with Aaron Wroblewski regarding the upcoming launch of a Kickstarter campaign for the latest issue of the post-apocalyptic horror comic book series, Enenra. In this interview, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon chats with Wroblewski about his shared creative process in bringing the world and characters to life on the page, the incredible backer rewards that will be available to supporters of the campaign, and more!

Barbra Dillon, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief: Congratulations on the upcoming Kickstarter campaign launch for the latest issue of Enenra! For those who may be unfamiliar, how would you describe the series’ premise?

Aaron Wroblewski: Hi, Barbra and readers of Fanbase Press! Thanks for allowing me to showcase my series. Enenra is both a post- and pre-apocalyptic story, in that the beginning of each issue gives a glimpse of a nightmarish future. We follow Survivor and his trusted canine companion Sam as they navigate a very different planet. The main story is set in the present, showing how we get to that future. It begins when Flight BA432 enters Heathrow airspace, but all attempts at communication fail. After an influential third party intervenes, the aircraft is allowed to land. Dr Richard Marron (liaison between the ECDC and British Government) is contacted and, together with his team, gain entry to the airliner.

Not many series show the journey from start to finish, usually depicting events directly leading up to or after an event. Enenra gives you a front row seat, following various characters, as they begin to unlock the puzzle of a virus the likes of which has never been seen.

BD: What can you tell us about your shared creative process in bringing this suspenseful world and characters to life on the page?

AW: It’s all Ezequiel really, the artist. I try and keep the dialogue to a minimum, leaning into Ezequiel’s visual strengths. After writing a few short paragraphs for the panels and pages, he works his magic. The details in his art really bring life to the story and characters.

BD: You are no stranger to Kickstarter, having conducted several prior campaigns for the series. What encouraged you to utilize crowdfunding as a part of your production process, and what can you tell us about your experience thus far?

AW: I think writing and creating is in my blood. I don’t think I could stop even if I tried, and Kickstarter was really the only platform at the time I launched my first comic. I definitely wouldn’t be here without Kickstarter and the amazing backers that continue to support. I cannot thank them enough. Creating a comic is stressful. Not just running a Kickstarter, getting it funded, which is rarely easy and never straight forward. There are dozens of campaigns running all the time, and the fact they pick mine is very humbling. If you do manage to get it funded, then you have the added stress of fulfillment. The life of a comic creator. But once you get that comic in your hand, fresh off the press – nothing like it.

I and many other creators try and pass knowledge onto new writers, with Facebook Groups where creators work together, cross promoting and giving advice. It’s an incredible community.

BD: Are there any specific backer rewards that you would like to highlight for our readers?

AW: There are some great rewards and add-ons. If your new to the series, there are catchup tiers, both digital and physical. A special add-on, you can get everything signed by myself. I’ve also included key rings, a button, and also a cute little mutant bat plushie for the first time – super excited!

The two high tier rewards allow you to be immortalized in the comic as a character, or in the cover itself, with an 8.5″x11″ signed print of your character.

BD: Are there any upcoming projects on which you are currently working that you would like to share with our readers?

AW: After successfully launching issue 1 of Ice & Bone, a Samurai action-horror series sequel to Blood & Fire, I’m hoping to kickoff issue 2 later in the year. If you loved FX’s Shogun, Netflix’s Blue-Eyed Samurai, Samurai Champloo, or any of the classic Samurai movies, then you definitely need to check it out.

BD: Lastly, what is the best way for our readers to find more information about Enenra and your other work?

AW: The best way to get more info on Enenra and my other projects, is either at my Instagram:

Or at the various Facebook Groups I have for my novels:


Ice & Bone (sequel to Blood & Fire):

The Grey Man:

Barbra Dillon, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief




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