It’s always a joy to revisit this, one of the classics of sequential storytelling. It never lets you down. From Ork Saga, Volume 3.
I’ll be here next weekend, where I’ll be rubbing elbows with the likes of the immensely talented Igor Kordej.
I’ll be at the Comicfestival München this weekend. You can probably find me lurking around the Cross Cult booth. Come on by! I’ll sign the Ork Saga albums and anything else you bring along. Well, almost anything. There may be beer. Or you may bring beer. In which case, I’ll sign it anyway.
For Ork Saga volume 3, from Cross Cult.
I will be at the Comic Con Dortmund on December 3rd for the release of the 2nd Orks book at the Cross Cult stand. Mind you, I will have been up since f*ck o’clock in the morning to get there, but I will be present. If you’re lucky I may be able to remember my own name correctly and sign a copy for you.
When we are young, we are aware of our own mortality in much the same way we are aware that the Earth is round. As we get older, our perspective changes to that of the astronauts who have stood on the Moon and looked down on our planet. We stand on the arid plains of a merciless existence and see the hollow-eyed death’s head hover above the horizon in all it’s undeniable finality.
Ah, here comes my morning coffee. Happy Monday to you, too, enjoy the long work week ahead.