Friday, 26 September 2014
Didn't take long to become restless after finishing Midnight Man.
Made a start on the next project already, got a few more lined up. As always it's just a question of my motivation/confidence issues if they'll progress.
That said, pretty confident about this one though, sure many folk will be happy when this is announced.
Wednesday, 3 September 2014
Didn't realise it had been so long since I last updated this blog - but better late than never I suppose, and with one very good reason...
MIDNIGHT MAN TO DEBUT AT THOUGHT BUBBLE 2014!!
Yes indeed, bar some pages yet to tone up, I'm happy to report the book is all drawn and lettered and almost ready to go! I'm currently working on the convention banner and prints that will go on sale at this years Thought Bubble convention on Leeds on the 15th&16th November.
I will be at the con for both days (my first time as an exhibitor so if you're going please stop by and say hello!) and hope to be joined by my partner in crime Mr Mo Ali for at least one of the days.
We will at New Dock Hall for the weekend, which I'm told is the best hall to be in :-D if you click here you will be taken to the link where our icon has pride of place on the exhibitors list!
Here's the official synopsis of the book:
Falling from Big Ben whilst being chased by a possessed horse from the American Civil War,
the time-travelling vigilante Midnight Man has had stranger days.
Can he foil the plans of a malevolent time-spanning cabal, and save humanity in the process?
He might be out of luck, he's possibly out of time, and he's definitely out of his mind.
Get ready for some TEMPORAL. BULLET. ACTION.
Courtesy of Midnight Man.
Will post more soon as the book wings its way to the printers!
I've also continuing to do work for my friends at Accent UK (where our Wolfmen books have been a very good seller at this years cons!) and my design work will be seen in the long-awaited 'Stephenson's Robot' issue 1 with artwork by the amazing Indio! (Raygun Roads) and also in the brand new 'Tales of WesterNoir' spin-off book and possibly the second volume of Dave West's acclaimed 'Strange Times' (although this isn't confirmed yet).