I think that this whole campaign is sort of the very antithesis of what Kickstarter is about. Correct me if I'm wrong but I've always seen Kickstarter as a place for artists without industry support to go to make their dreams come true.
They always say that where there is a will, there is a way. And the way that the Veronica Mars movie is picking up speed, the fans will be enjoying the payoff of the film's labor of love in the very near future.
It holds up. "Veronica Mars" originally aired from 2004-2007. A lot has happened since then, but "Mars" remains relevant, which is a testament to the writing. It feels as sharp now as it was eight years ago.