Monday, 16 November 2009

The Gaunt's Ghosts novel that never was

Dan Abnett's my favourite Black Library author, but until recently I've never actually read any of his Gaunt's Ghosts books. Then this birthday I got all the paperbacks second-hand.

Giant Commissar and the Tiny

Damn, there's some bad cover art/ Since I finished Ghostmaker I've been dying to much about with Martin Handford's art. At least it's a step up from the awful Clint Langley pieces where it's a painting with a Photoshopped head.

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Posted by Curis at 10:38 pm


At Tuesday, 17 November 2009 at 05:50:00 GMT , Blogger Allandaros said...

I always thought the reason the Ghosts were so sneaky was because they were so incredibly tiny. Then all they had to do to go scouting around is put together a hell of a lot of cameleoline to cover up Giant Commissar Gaunt there.

Loving the comic, BTW!

At Wednesday, 18 November 2009 at 08:14:00 GMT , Anonymous Curis said...



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