Who’s the ‘he’ in that tag-line? The person with the sword is clearly Sheila Hancock so, of the available candidates, the ‘legend’ is likely to be the imposing Siegfried-ish bloke in the armour, so ‘he’ is the Frog-Pterodactyl.
And exactly how does one go about carrying around a sword which is longer than one is tall ? And why does the dragon only have two legs? And why.. oh never mind. It’s awful, but it’s a new covver. YAY!!!
The artist clearly has trouble with feet. Throws in a random clump of grass to cover sword-man’s foot issues, has the dragon standing there on stumps (must be painful, even for the notoriously high-pain threshold of a dragon), and gives the guy riding the dragon just a shapeless blob.
On the other hand, the artist excels at giant artichokes.
I used to go to a website years ago that started having near-constant server problems. Finally the owner operator asked for donations to move to a more modern server. He quickly got enough funds via PayPal/money orders etc.that he didn’t need to ask again for about three years.
I’d certainly like to help out if funding is a problem.
I’ve rarely if ever posted here, but it’s a site I very much enjoy visiting.
The woman (guy?) in the foreground looks like she’s having severe constipation issues, and is desperately looking for a convenient bush.
Sometimes I wonder when they put a tagline “author of…” on a book if it actually attracts readers or not. But then I remembered that I know some people who are so slavishly devoted to The Black Company books, that in this case, it probably did.