HELLBLAZER / PREACHER / X-MEN / WOLVERINE
“Sex, violence, androids ... very much in the style of classic 2000AD”
DOCTOR WHO / TRANSFORMERS / JUDGE DREDD / ROBOCOP
“Reminiscent of the great Brett Ewins, keep your eyes on this promising young artist”
WRITER & ARTIST OF THE GRANDVILLE GRAPHIC NOVEL SERIES / EISNER AWARD WINNER FOR THE TALE OF ONE BAD RAT
“An evocative blend of Blade Runner aesthetics and Sin City style characters creating an atmosphere similar to Michael Valuta’s illustrated edition of Metropolis”
WE / MISSION TELEMARK / THE DESERTER
"A dash of Philip K Dick and 2000AD's satirical bite in its DNA"
COMIC HEROES MAGAZINE
"Intriguing, surreal & evocative."
GEEKY MONKEY MAGAZINE
"One of the coolest & most fascinating reads out there."
"The questions of what makes us truly human and what life means isn'tanything new within the genre, but the presentation of those timelessquestions here is exemplary and fresh."
"A Blade Runner-esque future - different from anything else out there"
"A Cult feel."
"Each story is extraordinary."
"Had me totally hooked."
"One of the most pleasant surprises of the year."
About the Author
Mike French was the owner and senior editor of the prestigious literary magazine, The View From Here during its life from 2007 to 2014. Mike's debut novel, The Ascent of Isaac Steward, the first book of the Dandelion Trilogy, was published in 2011 and nominated for a Galaxy National Book Award which, presumably due to an unfortunate clerical error, was awarded to Dawn French. Elsewhen Press published the second book in the trilogy, the satirical Blue Friday, in 2012, and the third, Convergence, in 2013, along with a new edition of the first book. Born in Cornwall in 1967, Mike spent his childhood flipping between England and Scotland with a few years in between in Singapore. Splitting his time between his own writing, editing the magazine, running author workshops and working with atp media in Luton, Mike is married with three children and a growing number of pets. He currently lives in Luton in the UK and when not working watches Formula 1, eats Ben & Jerry's Phish Food and listens to Noah and the Whale.