Behold: Pendragon!

During the end of last year and continuing through the beginning of this one, I have been working on a graphic novel which is now ready to launch. Alongside Writer Andy Winter, Letterer Rob Jones, Colourist Aljosa Tomic and Publisher Harry Markos; Pendragon is a contemporary tale of King Arthur, swords, magic and Dragons. I’ve had a blast working on it and it’s been killing me that I haven’t been able to discuss it or share any images until now. Over the coming weeks until its launch I’ll probably bombard you all with reminders and prods to get the word out there, if you can help in any way please take the time to do so, the people I’ve just mentioned are hugely talented and deserve wider recognition, I’ve had a blast making this book and can’t wait to hold a copy in my hand.





UK indie publisher unleashes Pendragon: The Quest For King Arthur

[24 May, 2017] UK independent graphic novel publisher MARKOSIA today announces

details of PENDRAGON: THE QUEST FOR KING ARTHUR, a brand new graphic

novel that offers a comic, outrageous and utterly iconoclastic take on the Arthurian


The book is released by Markosia on Monday, 19 June and receives its official launch on

Saturday, 24 June, at the Birmingham Comic Art Show. It is written by Andy Winter,

drawn by Jim Lavery (who also did the cover), coloured by Aljosa Tomic and lettered by

Robin Jones. The full-colour graphic novel contains 104 pages and retails for


It will be available on Amazon globally, and most other online retailers such as BOL and

Chapters. The book will also be available digitally on ComiXology and most other digital

platforms such as iBooks, Kindle, and DriveThru.

Here’s the solicitation copy…

Failed pop singer Art Bright is an unremarkable young man, except for one thing – he

might just be the reincarnation of King Arthur. His stalker Derek Border certainly seems

to think so. But then Derek has taken to calling himself 'Merlin' and has even assembled a

new Knights of the Round Table and tracked down a former porn star, who he reckons is

Lady Guinevere.

But if Derek is mad, why have he and Art attracted the attention of the real Morgana Le

Fay and her new best friend, a dragon named Crueltooth? And, while all this is going on,

what is Mordred up to, and why does the Lady In The Lake seem to harbour a grudge

against Art? All will be revealed in Pendragon: The Quest For King Arthur, a mad, bad

and breathless updating of the Arthurian legends that is sure to delight and infuriate in

equal measure.

Writer Andy Winter commented: “Pendragon is a kick up the bum for all those po-faced

and supposedly radical re-imaginings of classic stories. When it came to taking on the

story of King Arthur, I wanted to do something that had action and adventure, but was

also a lot of fun and irredeemably silly. It certainly has more in common with Monty

Python and The Holy Grail than it does King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

“I take all sorts of liberties and not everyone will like it; some may even call it sacrilege.

If so, that’s something which makes me very happy indeed.”

For more information, contact Andy Winter: or Harry



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