Imminent Danger 8-Bit Coaster!

As you know, I’m running an IndieGoGo campaign to support the re-publication of my book. In an attempt to drum up more interest in the campaign, I’ve decided to start sharing some of the awesome perks you can get via this awesome campaign.

Today I present to you an 8-bit Imminent Danger coaster, created by the lovely and talented Denise Gow-Morse.

8bit coaster

The character featured on the coaster is of course Eris Miller, feisty protagonist of Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It, presented in her signature purple camo pants and shiny silver top.

Want your own Imminent Danger 8-bit coaster? Pop over to the campaign and acquire one of the following perks:

  • Swag Bag ($25)
  • Ultimate Fan Pack ($50)
  • How Are You Even This Awesome? ($100)
  • Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaat? ($200)
  • This Is Getting Ridiculous ($500)

That’s all for today! As always, please please please share this campaign with your assorted social circles and I will be eternally and forever in your debt (whichever is longer).

Note: If anyone’s in the market for a custom 8-bit creation of their own, Denise will make them for $5-$15 + shipping (contact her at gow_denise@hotmail.com).

 

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9 thoughts on “Imminent Danger 8-Bit Coaster!

  1. Interesting. That’s the second time I’ve seen that comic/meme/thing. 🙂 Coaster looks really cool and makes me think you should find a way to make an 8-bit video game off your books. 😀

  2. I just received the latest goodies from you. Thank you!! The coaster looks awesome. I’m only dating myself now, but back in the ’80s I used to know how to create these 8-bit graphics.:)

    • Huzzah! As for the 8-bit graphics — did you used to work in video game design? Or was it just a hobby, like my obsession with collecting wooden turtles from assorted Caribbean islands?

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