Flag ship of the Razorline
Writer: Elaine Lee
Art by: Max Douglas
Letters by: Janice Chiang
This was very early on in my WFH days, after the two issues of Night Breed I was asked on to a new Series. Saint Sinner – part of the Razorline, a new line consisting of 4 books that were outlined at the concept stage by Clive Barker.
I was very excited, a prestigious gig to get so soon in my career.
I was not happy with the way things went in the end, but it was a major learning experience for me and I’m proud of much of the art I contributed to the books. You can view a large sampling of it posted HERE!
I’m putting a hand full of the pages up for sale here. Some of the best I think.
Most are done on Marvel paper, it was nice when they shipped you a big pile of the stuff.
Pages will be signed and personalized at request.
Shipping is included!
Scroll to the bottom, to read a description of the story!
“The story of Philip Fetter, a boy possessed by a demon, and then the angel perusing it. With both trapped inside of him, fighting for control, he kills, and then kidnapped by monsters, taken to an alternate dimension and tortured by the Demon’s acolytes. Years pass and as a young man he escapes with a hand full of fellow prisoners. The two beings still trapped inside his soul, he is now a man containing both a very worst and the very best moral possibilities. He fights to maintain a balance between them as he learns to use their power for good. His associates – the infantile giant Bull Baby, the collage woman Mishmash, and Kento Canto, the inter-dimensional acrobat – are occasionally fellow adventures (and constant residents of the Saint’s mansion in the Vertresque). St. Sinner’s legend reaches earth, in the slums of Rio and Bangkok, in secret chapels at Lourdes, a new name is added to the list of saviors. He appears surrounded by creatures in the process of transformation; with a halo and a forked tail. He is known by many names but most frequently perhaps, as the Man Who Walks Between. Whether this will prove to be a blessed or a cursed condition only time, and our tales, will tell.”
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