No Contest is a hard-hitting ONE-SHOT that follows real-life lawyer Daniel Martinez as he helps fighter AXEL STRONG get back in the ring after being set up by a corrupt local fight organizer. This book is action-packed with fights inside and outside the ring -even in the courtroom! This book is a cross between LAW & ORDER, COBRA KI, and the UFC.
Attorney Martinez has teamed up with writer Travis Gibb (Granite State Punk, Broke Down and Four Dead Bodies, Coins of Judas) to bring this book to life. We put together this book to celebrate all of Daniel's loves - COMIC BOOKS, MMA/BOXING, and LAW.
Created by Travis Gibb & Daniel Martinez
Writer: Travis Gibb (Granite State Punk, Cthulhu Invades, Voodoo Nations)
Art By: Guilherme Raffide (Maria Mahdalena, Zorro)
Colors By: Victor Uchoa
Letters By: Jerome Gagnon (Voodoo Nations, Broke Down & Four Dead Bodies)
Covers By: Guilherme Raffide (Zoro), Rolands Kalniņš (Dusk County Chronicles), and Elias Gambit Melendez (Expired, Voodoo Nations)
What Do You Get With NO-CONTEST#1?
NO CONTEST#1 is a 20-page comic in standard American comic size, on high-quality gloss paper.
Backers get various cover options
Plus loads of additional bonus content in the Deluxe Digital-PDF!
At higher pledge levels, backers will access campaign-exclusive limited-edition items.
Who is Daniel Martinez?
Daniel Martinez, Esq., is a Criminal Defense lawyer based out of Palm Bay, Florida. He is best known as the FIGHT LAWYER for a number of reasons, including his willingness to fight for his clients in and out of court, his moonlighting as an amateur, and his roster of clients which include numerous superstars of boxing and MMA. And if that doesn't convince you, check out his world class boxing/MMA gym - conveniently located next to the Law Offices of Daniel Martinez.
Daniel is a defender of the people, a fearless advocate, and an amateur fighter on his way to becoming a professional. Join him as he helps an infamous MMA fighter find vindication.
“It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.” -Mark Twain