Finn McCool – Celtic Ireland’s Greatest Hero

Posted by on Nov 24, 2013 in Uncategorized | One Comment

So this is a project I have been working on for the past three months. A great story and one that deserves a lot of attention.

We have gone live, the campaign to fund the graphic novel of Finn McCool – Celtic Ireland’s Greatest Hero is out in the world, the hero is retold for the first time in Graphic novel form … We need your support, make being Irish and Ireland proud, let’s create a record breaking crowd funding campaign for a graphic novel, let’s show Superman and Co what the real heroes of our Celtic past look like and how they saved our world and let’s do it in honour of the Irish heroes of old: Finn McCool – Celtic Irelands Greatest Hero … Help in any way you can, pre order your unique copy of the book and shear this page with everybody you know on FB. If you want to help further, email the link to ALL the people you know who are passionate about Ireland her Myths, Stories and Legends … 

The time has come for the great heroes to reemerge and take their rightful place amongst the warrior elite …

May you be blessed in all ways, always …

Chris Brosnan – Writer/Producer

 

Here is the link to the Indiegogo page, head along and check it out now!

I’ll also have updates and details here!

1 Comment

  1. Mark McDermott
    01/04/2016

    Chris/John

    We have had a heck of a time trying to source a suitable image of Fionn MacCumhaill (Finn McCool) for an article we’re doing on the demise of an insurance company called Setanta. We did a search for ‘Irish Celtic warrior’ and came across your splendid images on the Indiegogo website (which I assume are the work of John Walters?).

    I’d appreciate it if you could give us permission to use the image of Finn with his hound (see the image entitled: 20131117125807-Finn_McCool_Colour.jpg) in our magazine — the ‘Law Society Gazette’. (The Gazette has a closed circulation of 11,600 copies per month and is received by all solicitors in Ireland, as well as barristers and approx 250 others who subscribe to the magazine).

    I’d be very happy to pay you for the once-off use of the image (hopefully it’ll be reasonable, given the tight budgets we operate within!). I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience. And congratulations on this excellent piece of work. I’m surprised it hasn’t been done long ago!

    Kind regards

    Mark McDermott
    (Editor – ‘Law Society Gazette’)

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