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It's April 2017 and I've just finished a batch of projects for Black Library, Realm of the Damned, TMNT, and a couple more I can't yet
Otherwise, the Force is strong with this month as my four-part comic adaptation of Jason Fry's excellent YA novel Weapon of a Jedi sees print in Germany's Star Wars magazine published by Panini. I faithfully adapted Jason's terrific book along with artist Ruairi Colman and ace colorist Chris O'Halloran. Here's hoping an English translation/collection isn't far behind.
Looking forward to the release of The Deep End, the U.S.-format one-shot collecting my first two movie-verse Judge Anderson stories, which is out next month.
In the meantime, my contributor copies of the Judge Dredd anthology, The Cape & Cowl Crimes, were a pleasant surprise. This book features two of my Dredd tales, including the Free Comic Book Day strip I worked on last year with Eric Powell of The Goon fame.
Just received another annoyingly secretive project to tide me over while I'm pitching for the next round of projects.
Then there's that flippin' tax return to fill in. *urgh*
JUDGE DREDD: THE CAPE & COWL CRIMES
From super-powered aliens to Cursed Earth mutants, Judge Dredd dishes out justice to all in this action-packed collection of stories from some of 2000 AD's biggest talents, including John Wagner, Alan Grant, Andy Lanning, Steve White, Robbie Morrison, Si Spurrier, Carlos Ezquerra, Mike Collins, Mark Farmer, Alan Davis, Dermot Power, Simon Bisley, Richard Elson, Paul Marshall, Ben Willsher and Eric Powell.
There are plenty of law-breaking freaks amongst the citizenship of Mega-City One. But the worst offenders are those who try and enforce their own brand of justice. Especially that strange strain of vigilante who chooses to hit the streets in brightly-coloured spandex!
This trade collection features two of my Judge Dredd stories: The Mask of Anarchy (with art by Ben Willsher, colours by Chris Blythe and letters by Annie Parkhouse) in which Dredd is assigned to protect controversial comic book artist Kurt Vymarr from a masked revolutionary; and Uncivil Partnership (with art by Eric Powell and letters by Sam Gretton) in which Dredd finds himself caught between two embittered factions of superhero fans.
Judge Dredd: The Cape & Cowl Crimes is available from Amazon UK, Amazon US and the Rebellion webstore [LINK TO COME].
JUDGE ANDERSON: SIGNING
Empires of the Imagination
Age of the Wolf
Judge Dredd: The Cape & Cowl Crimes