Another lovely day in Ireland, and gosh don’t my contributor copies of the Witchfinder trade paperback collection glow in the sunlight.
This is the collection of the five-issue Sir Edward Grey: Witchfinder story, which I co-wrote with Kim, with art by Tyler Crook, coloured by Dave Stewart, with a cover by Mike Mignola, lettered by Clem Robins, and edited by Scott Allie, published by Dark Horse Comics. All set in the Hellboy universe created by Mike Mignola.
As well as the five issues, the trade paperback also includes a Sketchbook section, and a small comic book short story, ‘Beware the Ape’, by Mike Mignola, Ben Stenbeck, Dave Stewart, and Clem Robins, which originally appeared in Dark Horse Presents, #36, May 2014.
I was over in London last week and we had a signing in the Forbidden Planet megastore. Thanks to everyone who turned up! I really enjoyed chatting to new and old fans of the comics, and Kim and I signed the entire stock of trade paperbacks in the shop.
It’s unlikely there will be many chances in the future to nab a copy with both our signatures, so pop by Forbidden Planet in London if you want it.
Afterwards we went for drinks in the Seven Dials Club, which was a great venue, and more people turned up for that part of the evening. Hurray for all the trusty souls who came along!
There have been a couple of interviews with Kim and me recently about Witchfinder:
- With Mark Tweedale on Multiversity
- With Hannah Means Shannon on Bleeding Cool (where you can read issue one for free!)
We really appreciate all the support for the comic, and those who have blogged, tweeted, and interviewed us about it. Kim and I had a lot of fun writing the series, and it’s been great to know that so many people enjoyed our story.