Entries in webcomic (40)
One of my favourite things about the title Malin and I chose for our series is how punnable it is. :D
The lovely Steven Morris got in touch with us a little while ago to ask some questions, and the story is now up at ComicBookResources. Pretty cool, eh? Spot the little 'Latest Articles' section where Cortland is sat right next to the article about Moon Knight, by friends Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire. It's great to see our creations hanging out together ^_^
Meanwhile, I'm still working away on BREAKS pages. The printed prologue will be out in April (weeee!) and you can of course continue reading the whole thing for free over at the website (linked in the image above).
As you may know, Malin and I are working on this series independently of any publisher, which means my drawing time is all unpaid and done for love alone. That said, if you do want to show your appreciation in some way, or feel you'd like to contribute to the series, then I set up a PATREON page for myself over here. ^_^
More news to come today, but for now - let's dive into the dramatic end for the Dragon Heir webcomic version. Keep an eye out for the graphic novel release in October from Sweatdrop Studios!
I hope you've enjoyed this web version! Spiratu looks forward to welcoming you back again when the story continues....
Keep an eye out here for some exciting announcements coming soon!
Greetings! I've been all over the shop recently for workshops, and have met some fab students from Sunderland down to Milton Keynes. A big hello to them all!
So, where were we in Dragon Heir? Ah yes, our team are minus their Protective Spirit, and therefore their defenses (with Protus still captive in an inknown location), the Empathic Spirit is minus his abilities and stuck to a tree, the Fighting Spirit is trying hard not to let his Dragon Spirit take over, despite having just learned that Verance is possibly stronger than anyone he's ever fought before, and our Wise Spirit, mage and Spirit Binder? Well, let's head to them first, shall we?...
Late again! Eeep. I've had a lovely couple of days showing the wonderful Amy Hadley (Fool's Gold, Madame Xanadu) around Cambridge...so much so that I'm late with this update! I'm so sorry *bow*
But it's here now! Complete with a very cut down first page - which is part of a larger double-page spread that you guys will get to experience for real in the printed version. This was the best way I had of showing it for the web version, but hopefully you get the idea!