Check out Kickstarter's blog on how to make a project successful. One of their key pieces of advice to to have rewards at the right prices for your potential supporters. According to Kickstarter, the average bid is around $20, but the MOST POPULAR bid is $70! If you created a new $70 reward in the sweet spot between your $40 pledge and your $200 pledge (that's a $160 gap), you might gain more supporters, and you could push some of your 21 backers at the $40 pledge level up a few dollars.
I know that this advice is completely unsolicited, but I've been doing a lot of research on Kickstarter, lately, as I prep my own project.
Thank you for your suggestion. I sort of calculated an an average 250-300 backers that most funded comic projects get and divided the end sum , that way. Guess I was shooting a bit high. Ill set up a new reward, according to your advice. Just have to figure out something good to give.