PREVIEW – Porcelain: Bone China [Thought Bubble 2014]

BoneChina_cover - CopyImproper Books have announced that while BONE CHINA, the second instalment of Benjamin Read and Chris Wildgoose’s PORCELAIN: A GOTHIC FAIRY TALE trilogy won’t be released until Spring 2015, the team will be offering a 12 page full-colour preview of the book absolutely free to attendees at next weekend’s Thought Bubble in Leeds!

Take a look at the press release below for more information, and feast your eyes on some of the utterly stunning interior artwork from the book while you’re at it.

Improper Books are delighted to announce PORCELAIN: BONE CHINA by Benjamin Read & Chris Wildgoose. The second volume of their creator-owned Porcelain: A Gothic Fairy Tale trilogy, Bone China is set for release in Spring 2015.

A free, full colour preview of the first 12 pages of Bone China will be available at THOUGHT BUBBLE in Leeds, on the 15th and 16th November. Those not attending Thought Bubble can also pick up a free copy thanks to supporting shops, such as Gosh! (London), Orbital Comics (London), Page 45 (Nottingham), Travelling Man (Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, York).

In Bone China, more than a decade has passed since the events of Porcelain: A Gothic Fairy Tale, and Child has become Lady. Inheritor of all of Uncle’s secrets and wealth, she has continued his work, becoming equally as isolated in her quest to refine the Porcelain and put right past mistakes.

With the Porcelain more sought after than ever, Lady comes to the attention of a ruthlessly ambitious General who desires inhuman soldiers for the war effort and won’t take no for an answer. Other, more human, problems rear their head when a handsome young Captain discovers a secret part of Lady’s life.

Faced with impossible choices, Lady must forge her own path through the complexities of love and war.

Written by Benjamin Read and illustrated by Chris Wildgoose, with colours by André May, and lettering by Jim Campbell, Bone China is set within a world that’s a darkly magical echo of our own, and continues to follow the life story of the girl who climbed over a wall and into a gothic fairy tale.

The writer of this piece was: 576682_510764502303144_947146289_nCraig Neilson (aka Ceej)
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