It was nice to see my local newspaper reporting on my involvement with the global Tales from the Quarantine comic book this week. On Monday, the Halesowen News published an article on their website about my three comics appearing in the charity anthology and on Thursday I featured in print, in the Halesowen & Dudley News.
Serving the West Midlands town of Halesowen and its surrounding communities (including Rowley Regis, where I live), both features noted my artwork is to appear alongside contributions from well-known names from the comic book world and included a picture of me holding up a copy of the standard Tales from the Quarantine cover art by Rachael Stott, along with glimpses of the artwork I produced for Red Cabin Comics.
As per my quote in both articles, the involvement of top-tier talent from all over the world is staggering and I'm proud to be representing the Black Country within its pages.
With variant covers and lots more cool optional extras available, comic fans and collectors can pre-order record-breaking Tales from the Quarantinehere for a limited time.