Hot on the heels of the well received issue 1 (reviewed by yours truly here), as well as pre-orders now being live for the second issue (here!), creator and editor Andrew McMaster has now launched a Kickstarter campaign in order to fund the third issue.

Though the first and second issues have been self-funded – partly as a proof-of-concept to show readers exactly what the ongoing publication will look and feel like – Andrew needs help from backers in order to continue producing the magazine. On offer at various pledge levels are digital copies of the first three issues, physical copies with posters of the cover art, exclusive covers for backers and much more.

Though physical magazines are a dying art, there’s definitely still a place for them. Having something tangible to browse through at your leisure is a much more satisfying and tactile pleasure than simply tapping your way through a digital copy of a magazine. Andrew’s clear love and passion for the medium is clear when you’ve had the chance to see – and read – what he’s accomplished with the first issue. I wish him all the best with the Kickstarter campaign and look forward to seeing much more of Pixel Bison over the coming months.

You can back Pixel Bison at the Kickstarter link here.

Disclaimer: I count Andrew as a friend – and I also feature in the first issue of Pixel Bison. Though that may open me up to accusations of bias, I’ve tried to take a step back from both of those points and look at Pixel Bison objectively. I’m sure you’ll agree that it’s a nicely put together magazine with lots of great content!

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