Butterfly Gate and Knight & Dragon UK indie editions out November 2013

Posted by on Oct 11, 2013 in News | No Comments

Limited UK indie editions of Butterfly Gate, by Benjamin Read and Chris Wildgoose, and Knight & Dragon, by Matt Gibbs and Bevis Musson, will be available Wednesday, November 20th 2013 from supporting UK comic shops.

Thanks to the support of retailers, such as Page 45 (Nottingham), Travelling Man (Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and York), Gosh! (London), Orbital Comics (London), Chaos City Comics (St. Albans), Destination Venus (Harrogate), Paradox Comics (Poole), OK Comics (Leeds), and Gnash Comics (Ashburton), both titles are now available to pre-order.

Both books will also be debuting at Thought Bubble in Leeds on November 23rd/24th 2013. Benjamin, Bevis, Chris, and Matt will be attending. In addition, Chris and Bevis will be sketching at the Improper Books table in New Dock Hall.

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Butterfly Gate
Creators: Benjamin Read & Chris Wildgoose

A Brother and Sister leave our world and its rules behind, journeying into legend through the Butterfly Gate, where every step they take will come at a price.

Butterfly Gate follows the story of two siblings who, after throwing themselves headlong into another world, must face the brutal reality that lies beyond and find their place amidst an empire built after a revolution against the Gods.

You can also download a PDF version of the Butterfly Gate preview.

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Knight & Dragon
Creators: Matt Gibbs & Bevis Musson

Knight & Dragon playfully subverts the story of a heroic Knight defeating a ferocious Dragon to rescue the fair Maiden, by offering variant paths and multiple outcomes to the classic fairy tale adventure.

Follow the Knight, Dragon and Maiden, as well as the Horse, Farmhand and Village Chief, along different paths through the unfolding narratives before reaching different endings.

You can also download a PDF version of the Knight & Dragon preview (Knight’s Tale).

(Please note; this preview represents one of six possible stories in Knight & Dragon and does not reflect the mechanics of the book used to guide readers through the various paths.)