Hello. My name is Darryl Hughes. I'm the writer/creator of the steampunk mystery/adventure "The Continentals". I am writing to inform you of the affordable ad space available on our website that is available to webcomickers, book/comic publishers, store owners, and merchants at my website through the Project Wonderful ad service.. But first a little bit about "The Contientals".
Crisscrossing the literary genres of murder/mystery, action/adventure, historical drama, horror, and steam punk, "The Continentals" by myself (writer/creator Darryl Hughes) and artist Monique MacNaughton (creators of the 2007 Glyph Comic Award nominated scifi adventure webcomic "G.AA.K: Groovy Ass Alien Kreatures") is a modern re-imagining of the classic 19th century Sherlock Holmesian "who done it" murder mystery created for the 21st century comic fan.
Armed with stunning visuals that fully illustrate the despair of the lower class Eastend society, the splendor of high class Westend society, and the darkest hollows and swells that stretch like a gaping abyss from the back alleys to the ballrooms separating the two, The Continentals is a dark twice told tale of murder, intrigue, adventure--And steampunk.
"The Continentals" currently enjoys a daily readership of over 300 plus visitors a day and that number is ever increasing. That's 300 additional potential customers who will be exposed to your website and your merchandise by placing an ad on our entertaining steampunk mystery/adventure webcomic via the Project Wonderful ad service.
Please take a moment or two to check out the comic and our website at the link below. If it is at all to your liking, please place your tower or skyscraper ad via Project Wonderful. Bidding on the three ad boxes starts at a mere $.05 a day. And if desired we can also provide sponsorships if you are at all interested in sponsoring the comic.
Targeted daily exposure to your website and merchandise to 100's of steampunk enthusiasts daily starting at just $.05 a day? That's a bargain at any price, wouldn't you agree?
Thank you very much for your time.
writer/creator of "The Continentals"
THE CONTINENTALS. It's like Sherlock Holmes meets the 60's tv show "The Avengers" with a dash of James Bond for flavor.