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Mar 10

Well you know what sucks... my lack of depth perception.Click for full image

Holy crap. We need something to distract from that bright silver font we’re using. So, how about a guy with an eye patch posing with weapons and a women doing the very same thing. Put a moon in the background, and by background I mean most of the cover.

Actually, that cover IS a classical work of art!I would touch it without protective gloves.I've seen worse. Far, far, worse.Interesting, but I would still read it in public.Middlng: Neither awful nor awfully goodWould not like to be seen reading that!Awful... just awful...That belongs in a gold-lame picture frame!Gah... my eyes are burning! Feels so good!Good Show Sir! (Average: 5.43 out of 10)
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15 Responses to “Hawk & Fisher: Haven of Lost Souls”

  1. Adam Roberts Says:

    Crikey but that woman has a freakishly long neck.

  2. SI Says:

    Maybe the guy behind her is trying to cut it off.

    But with that eye patch it might take a few swipes.

  3. James Lovegrove Says:

    That’s no moon.

    I don’t know what else it is, though.

  4. CSA Says:

    It really isnt a moon… He’s dipped his entire left arm from bicep to wrist isnt into it. Unless ofcousre the moon is made from cheese, a 90% liquid, green mouldy cheese.

    He does kinda look like Steven Seagal though, but with an eye patch, an axe and stake. Seagal should do fantasy TV & movies.

  5. Nix Says:

    SI: hence the term ‘swan song’?

    And, no, it’s not a moon. As my sister said, many years ago, when she first saw that watery star, the muse of poets, master of tides, through a telescope:

    ‘It looks like a half-chewed mouldy old dog biscuit.’

    The ‘moon’ on this cover really *does*. I mean, it’s even green. That’s mould, that is. There’s no question: this moon is made of green cheese.

  6. SI Says:

    Nix> hmm it does look like it could be a musical.

    Fantasy based musical… hmmm. Well there’s another life goal.

  7. Adam Roberts Says:

    I hate to keep on at this, but that woman’s neck is really distressing me.

  8. SI Says:

    Is there a deeped seeded emotional experience with a long neck you need to tell us about Adam? It’s ok, you can trust us not to joke about your issues…..

    HA!

  9. Adam Roberts Says:

    Her neck! It’s too loooong!

  10. SI Says:

    In the words of Professor Jones to his son.

    ‘Indiana… let it go.’

    But you are right…. her spine must be a couple of meters long. I can’t stop staring now. gah!

  11. Anonymous Says:

    … Xigbar?

  12. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    @Tag Wizard: I believe, although I cannot be sure, this needs some sort of a ‘moon’ tag. Maybe also:

    cloaks
    daggers
    eyepatch
    proportional issues
    shiny oh so shiny
    space
    wtf

    With her hold on the sword like that…she can’t possibly be chopping downward without nicking off a chunk of her head. So that must mean that she’s going to swipe to the side…and cut him through the middle! Maybe he knew he should have held off a moment longer before he materialized out of the moon, and now he’s going to be cleft in two…

  13. The Tag Wizard Says:

    How right you are!

    …also ‘waistcoat’ and, on account of the moon being so ridiculously oversized, I think we can allow a ‘behind you’

    Essentially, what we’re saying is ‘this cover needs tagging’!

  14. Dead Stuff With Big Teeth Says:

    Well, what we’re trying to say is that the cover needs tagging.

    And, great quivering enigmas with a side salad and a light tartare sause, THAT’S A LONG NECK!

  15. Anna T. Says:

    Why is Eyepatch Man wearing a sheer purple cloak?

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