This has artwork by Disraeli? Damn, now I have to buy this.
What an unfortunatly way of marketing is that? Ah, idiotic is the better word. You are publishing a comic with art by artists who have a name - I love Disraelis art in 2000AD - and in the blurb you omit this little detail? Instead there is some vague talk about established writers and artists, which in this day of a small press which often isn´t better than fan-fiction - especially in comics; there is enough stuff out there which is more horrible than an Innsmouth fishman - is like telling the customer to avoid this on principle.
No problem. The Call of Cthulhu, adapted by Ian Edginton and illustrated by D'Israeli. The Haunter of the Dark, adaptation Dan Lockwood, art Shane Ivan Oakley The Dunwich Horror, adaptation Rob Davis, art INJ Culbard The Colour Out of Space, adaptation David Hine, art Mark Stafford The Shadow Over Innsmouth, adaptation Leah Moore and John Reppion, art Leigh Gallagher The Rats In the Walls, adaptation Dan Lockwood, art David Hartman Dagon, adaptation Dan Lockwood, art Alice Duke. The cover art is Ben Templesmith. To be honest, most of the art is at least average compared to most graphic work I've seen, (with the exception of the Mark Stafford, which is a shame because he can and has done much better, but perhaps is because he wasn't familiar with the story and was working from misleading guidelines) but let down far too often by rushed and sloppy scripting. Dan Lockwood and David Hine, I am looking straight at you.
Cthulhu loves me this I know, the Necronomicon told me so