12 things we hope get funded on Kickstarter

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This comic book project is set on a horror island of solitude, billed as
This comic book project is set on a horror island of solitude, billed as "Lovecraftian inspired by Japanese folklore."

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As warmer weather hits even San Francisco, we’re pooling our beer money for a robot bartender. And some wasabi-flavored toothpicks. Our ever-expanding crew could use some of these modular Modos bookshelves and stools, too. There are so many things on Kickstarter that we want — jeans, maps, comic books — that we’re sharing our wish list with you.

Even cranky futurist Jaron Lanier supports Kickstarter — it “turns consumers into a priori funders of innovation” and we’re pretty sure that translates into robotic cocktails for everyone.