Work has now begun on issue two of the Reverend graphic novel ‘Blood Cries out’ and here’s a panel to prove it.
As you can see from the finished page from issue 1 below the blood isn’t about to stop crying anytime soon thanks to old Rev showing his usual degree of restraint when dealing with the bad guys.
Visitors to the next weekend’s Thought Bubble Festival will be able to get a sneak peek at the first chapter. All you need to do is swing by Cy Dethan and Nic Wilkinson’s table (121 in New Dock Hall)where they will have a preview of Blood Cries Out – chapter 1 at their table. They will also have some of their other great comics for you to check out. I will also be wandering the con with my Ipad and a shed load of Unseen Shadows material and will be hovering around Cy and Nic’s table from time to time so come and find us.
Progress is steaming along on ‘The Heart Which Makes us’ which is TORCH agent Kathryn Monroe’s second outing in comic form. Twenty one pages of the thirty two page script have been coloured and lettered so we are now in the home stretch. Here’s a look at one of the new page from the creative team of Lizzie Boyle, Aaron Moran and Paul Mclaren.
More news and pages soon.
Not too long ago we gave you a look at the first two penciled pages of art by Conor Boyle from The Lament of Lady Mary well now you can feast your eyes on those same pages with some inks applied. More stunning art from Conor to come soon! Keep an eye on our facebook page!
Check out this finished page art from the Eye of Stone team featuring a little snippet at the origin of our Demon Stalker Napoleon Stone. I think this lovely page of may be gracing my office wall at some at stage in the future.
The fantastic art/colours were done by Heather L Sheppard.
I bet you thought the week was going to go by without any kind of update from the guys and gals here at Unseen Shadows? Well you would be wrong. Today we give you a first look at The Lament of Lady Mary By Pete Rogers with art and letters being provided by Conor Boyle.
The story focuses on a mother dealing with her son’s return from war. In this case the war is the First Crusade and the mother Lady Mary Cademus, whose son is Sir Oliver Cademus. Readers of the Fallen Heroes novel will know that Sir Oliver is the spiritual leader of the Book of Cademus, the chief baddies in the novel.
Lady Mary Cademus lost both the men she loved in the First Crusade. But now eight years later one of them, her son Oliver, has returned alive. And he isn’t alone.
“So who are they? The six who ride with you, the quiet ones who have your ear.”
Here are two pages of glorious pencils for you to drool over as well as an early look at the cover.