Hello, Voluntaryist fans!
I just wanted to update you on the progress of the campaign as we have now hit the halfway point with 30 more days to go.
So far, we have raised 55% of goal, sitting at $2,788 raised – which is fantastic progress!
In order to finish strong, it will be important that those of you who already have supported share the comic campaign to your social media to help get the word out so we can cross the finish line at 100%!
If you would, please take a moment to share the comic campaign link here:
to your social media profiles so that Voluntaryist Origins III gets out to new faces, sharing an AWESOME comic story rooted in the principles of liberty.
An aside, I managed to see both Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame this weekend. No spoilers – but I do want to note that both movies left me with a reminder of why I am doing what I am with Voluntaryist.
While action sequences and special effects improve, character dialogue and philosophical thinking continue to grow thin, leaving much to be desired.
In supporting this series, you’re helping to bring about a new level of intellectual intrigue and an incredible, contemporary discourse on what it means to be truly free.
So thank you so much for your support again in this journey!
I will be keeping you posted on developments and will be making a few more live stream appearances with The Pholosopher to promote the comic and talk about comic culture in general, so be sure to stay tuned for updates on our Facebook page and Website at:
Looking forward to more good things and a successful second half of the comic campaign!
-J ( :
I finally had a chance to see the Silver Circle movie. Having read the graphic novel first, I can say it follows along to the “T,” so there are no major plot surprises; but it is still worth watching because the visuals are more intricate than the novel portrayal. While the CGI isn’t something comparable to a Marvel or D.C. blockbuster, I was enthused with the quality of the audio effects. The music and voice-overs drew me and suspended my disbelief within 5 minutes of watching.
It was especially great to meet Pasha Roberts and to see how giddy he was about the project. His enthusiasm for liberty was paralleled by the audience, who laughed frequently at knocks on the Federal Reserve.
All-in-all, it was encouraging to see a liberty-oriented film that used entertainment to sell the principles of non-aggression, free markets, and sound money. I can only hope to join in the ranks of liberty filmmakers by one day producing a Voluntaryist blockbuster!
Check out more Silver Circle at www.silvercirclemovie.com
Hello friends and fans!
Yours truly will be attending the Silver Circle Movie premiere in the D.C. area. Check out the Facebook event HERE. The showing is technically not in D.C. though – it’s taking place at the Regal Ballston Common 12 in Arlington, Virginia (close enough).
I (J) will be in attendance, possibly with some comic copies to sign! I am going to the 7:00 p.m. Friday night showing on the 12th as that will be when the director does the Q&A.
Looking forward to seeing this awesome, sound-money movie!