Nine years ago Michael Aitch Price scripted a short tragicomic entitled The Revenant and I illustrated it. It was actually created for publication in some long-forgotten ill-fated publication. Over the years it has come dangerously close to actual publication more than once, and just in time for Halloween Michael contacts me and tells me to exhume it once more, publication is imminent. So as long as it's sitting around here stinking up the studio anyway, I'll share a few random panels as we count down to Halloween.
As you can see, just like anyone else I was seduced and mesmerized by the cool tools in Photoshop when I first learned it. I'll go in and rework this thing if it gets published, but for now, gaze upon my feet of clay! Click to embiggen.
God help me, "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" got stuck in my head the other day! It's a crappy song and getting it stuck in my head made me angry on many levels. The preposterousness of Elton John refusing to be locked in your penthouse and going back to his plow made me want to throttle someone with my bare hands. It's a good thing I'm a sensitive weakling and not an ex-Marine biker or I'd probably be in jail by now.