Kickstarter campaign launches to republish Joe R. Lansdale's graphic novel Red Range
The bibliography of Joe R. Lansdale received a nice publicity boost earlier this year with SundanceTV’s Hap and Leonard show, which is based on a series of crime thrillers by the East Texas author. But some works by the prolific, genre-hopping writer remain out of print. Like what? Like the 1999 graphic novel Red Range, a collaboration with artist Sam Glanzman (Hercules), about a 19th-century African-American man who has his life ripped apart by the KKK, but finds a way to fight back by donning the guise of the Red Mask.