A number of nifty stretch goals have been added and I believe there are more to come.
The updates now include a batch of cool essays about Sword and Sorcery which I recommend even if you are uninterested in the Kickstarter.
William King turned in a fine piece about his favorite Sword and Sorcery story (which basically finds the best examples of the genre to be so exalted that choosing a favorite is impossible/absurd) and C.L. Werner supplies an excellent piece on REH's Valley of the Worm.
I wrote a little essay on my favorite Sword and Sorcery book cover ever. And no, amazingly enough, it wasn't painted by Frank Frazetta.
Only three days left on the Kickstarter. Check it out if you haven't.
20 hours left to go and the Kickstarter has beaten its funding goal by better than 500%.
The latest update features a gallery of images selected from issues past and yet to come. Walking a fine line between classic pulp magazine illustrations and old school RPG art, this stuff is wonderful and stands in bold defiance of the mechanical trends in modern fantasy art.