10 thoughts on “The Hounds Of Avalon Cover”

  1. John Picacio keeps working on covers right up to the final deadline, carrying on making them better. That’s why he’s so good.

  2. This one`s not my cup of tea , sadly . It`s not that I have an aversion to dogs , I love them .
    For me , it`s too top heavy on the disembodied canine head , and your need a magnifying glass to see the figure in the creature`s mouth . I think it misses out on any kind of real connection to the Earl King and his entourage of gods and hounds . Underplayed and understated for this fragile creature . Heck , what do I know !

  3. I just clicked that t-shirts for all these are a must! What’s the story with the roses? They look cool but I can’t click.

    Back to the t-shirt thing – what are the chances of getting high quality images of these to get them custom made ourselves? Unless, of course, clothing and posters etc are on the cards with all this great new artwork?

  4. John Picacio owns the copyright on the covers so he may well be thinking of prints, posters and t-shirts. Check out his site in the blogroll and drop him a line.

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