Frazer Irving’s Cover For Kultus

This is the cover to Richard Ford’s Kultus, a fantasy novel from Rebellion’s SF/Fantasy imprint Solaris scheduled for around this time next year.

And the illustration in question is straight from the boards of Batman And Robin/Gutsville/Judge Death artist Frazer Irving.

The book solicitation reads;

Thaddeus Blaklok – mercenary, demonist, bastard and thug-for-hire – is pressed into retrieving a mysterious key for his clandestine benefactors. Little does he know that other parties seek to secure this artefact for their own nefarious ends and soon he is pursued by brutal cultists, bloodthirsty gangsters, deadly mercenaries and hell spawned monsters, all bent on stopping him by any means necessary.

In a lightning-paced quest that takes him across the length and breadth of the steam-fuelled city of Manufactory, Blaklok must use his wits and his own demonic powers to keep the key from those who would use it for ill, and open the gates to Hell itself.

Very giood Frazer, very good. Now get back to drawing Gutsville won’t you? There’s a fellow…

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