All the projects I have helped fund have been late or undelivered.
Every single project has been something I have regretted helping later on.
Some of these projects I have even helped promote with interviews and reviews!
In one case it was actually much more expensive to back the book than just buy it from a shop. This particular book has now been bought off the shelf by all my mates and I still don't have it (months later).
Yet my mailbox remains empty.
I think this is a common problem. I recently vented this on Twitter and got a lot of replies from comics and movie fans alike.
Isn't it about time that Kickstarter themselves started a money back option if the title is well past it's supply date? That might give some of these lazy and/or greedy people a kick is the backside?
Since I am trying to be polite I won't name the creators but I am sure they know who they are.
It's a shame because in principle it's a great idea and there have been some great projects but I think people just go 'let's do a Kickstarter' without fully considering the problems that may ensue.
I would love to hear what you think. Let me know on here or @Ezohyez on Twitter.
All the best.