The Doom That Came to Sarnath, Page 16

The Doom That Came to Sarnath, Page 16

The moment of truth approaches….

There’s only three pages of “Sarnath” left, so it should be done before the New Year. In other news, I’ve recently joined Crunchyroll Comics, a just-launched comics site run by the people behind the popular anime, J-pop and K-pop streaming site. So far, I’ve only put up “The White Ship”, but I plan to put more of my short stories up there soon. The really cool feature is that you can view the comics in “Guided View” mode, a la Comixology, as a stream of individual panels rather than full pages. I think it’s pretty cool, so please go check it out. (You can go into “guided mode” by clicking the little gear-icon in the lower right corner of the pages.)

Next year, in January, I’ll be unleashing my NEW Lovecraft project, a collaboration with one of my favorite comic makers. I’ll post the link here when it’s ready, so please look forward to it! Till then, here’s some corporate team-building art (sort of) drawn by my wife and I. And if you’re into D&D, check out my new five-page sequence for D&D Lair Assault, The Keep on 16th & Valencia: Kill the Wizard!

NEXT UPDATE: December 11!

Discussion (2)¬

  1. Night-Gaunt says:

    Each page will be most anticipated for. Scooby Do Mystery Incorporated episode “The Shrieking Madness” actor Jeffery Combs did a good job of parodying the ungainly names and alien words that Lovecraft, Howard, Clark A. Smith and others created an used. Delivered in rapid chunks by no stranger to working in Lovecraft based material including even playing him!

  2. I hadn’t heard of “The Shrieking Madness”! Thank you for pointing it out!!