So a few days ago our good friends over at Irish Comic News interviewed our very own Art Director, Rob Carey. Rob has been with Lightning Strike since its inception and has been working creating the phenomenal artwork you’ll be seeing in two of our most hostly anticipated stories, Reality Watch and Canon Law.
Check out the interview by clicking the link below:
Just a little update to let you all know that Lightning Strike Comics will be making an appearance at 2 conventions next year in the UK. On May 19th-20th we’ll be at Kapow! in London alongside the like of Mark Millar and Jonathan Ross. We’ll also be attending Hi-Ex, partially organized by our very own Richmond Clements and Vicky Stonebridge. So if you fancy coming along, or have any friends living in the UK attending, be sure to tell ’em to come by and have a look at ‘Lightning Strike Presents’ and Dublin City Comics table.
With that all out of the way, here’s another little taster for you. Here’s the first page (uncoloured) of Canon Law by James Looney and Robert Carey.
Sorry if we’ve been a bit quiet these past few weeks. All our writers and artists have been buckling down and working day and night to make sure ‘Lighting Strike Presents…’ is ready for print within the New Year. But naturally, we didn’t wanna leave you guys in the dark for too long, so be sure to come back here this week for exclusive previews of the line art from some our projects, like Canon Law, Brian Boru and A Clockwork Universe.
We’re also working on bringing the comic to a number of conventions next year so we’ll be releasing details of those soon too.
Hope everyone is enjoying the start of the festive season and we’ll be back in a few days with some exclusive line-art.
Written by James Looney and illustrated by Rob Carey, Canon Law is a comic y’all should be dying to get your hands on! We decided to tease you a bit with this one so here’s some fantastic artwork by the very talented Mr.Carey. Be sure to check back here later on this week to see some exclusive plot details about this story and don’t forget that we’ll be at Dublin’s Toy and Comic Mart this Saturday (15th Oct) at Wynn’s Hotel, and Octocon this Sunday at the Camden Court Hotel. Hope to see you there!