This is the final page of my adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Doom That Came to Sarnath.” If you want to read them all in order, page 1 is here, and you can follow them through the archive page. Thanks to the Kickstarter backer who asked me to illustrate this story (you know who you are)! It was wonderful to draw.
What’s next? “Hypnos”? “Nyarlathotep”? “The Green Meadow”? Well-l-l… I’m actually deep in the dungeons of several new projects which I will announce on this site tantalizingly soon! Meanwhile, I’ve been working on D&D strips at the Wizards of the Coast website, as well as some local projects, a tabletop game, and comics for the Summer 2013 horror anthology The Sleep of Reason and another anthology. And I’ve also got some new and old artwork to put up on the site in the intervening weeks.
But what about Lovecraftian stuff? In that realm, although it isn’t exactly a new project, I will be releasing an ebook of “The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath and Other Stories”, details TBD. Also, I’m working on a BIG Lovecraftian comic project. If you want to know more, I talk a little about it and other new projects in the latest The Double Shadow podcast, discussing Clark Ashton Smith’s short story “The Tale of Satampra Zeiros”! This was the comic that I adapted as “Hyperborea” awhile back, and the fellow Smith fans at The Double Shadow kindly invited me to join them on their podcast and step all over their lines as we discuss Smith’s antediluvian world and the fine points of Tsathogghua worship together. Go listen to it now, and if you at all like horror or fantasy, I strongly recommend you make it one of your regular podcasts.
See you next week, and thanks for reading!