Monday, December 8, 2008

The Pilgrim & Greenwood Tarot

The Pilgrim received its debut on ComicMix a couple weeks ago and I’m happy to say more pages were posted in Early December. More pages are to follow and Mike Grell and I are very pleased with the work done by Jason Millet (Colorist) John Workman (Letterer) Glenn Hauman (Production) and of course Mike Gold (Editor).

The Pilgrim is attracting a steady and enthusiastic readership and it’s very exciting to see the story finally come to fruition. There’s been lot’s of questions about the origin of the story and my personal experiences regarding the research for the script. I’ll blog about this material at a later date, but once again, thanks to everyone for the kind words and support with the project.

In the meantime, John Matthews and I have been reworking The Greenwood Tarot with a new artist. Originally GWT was called The Wildwood Tarot but that title was considered too racy by the publisher. So! John and I are taking a new look at the system, the totem animals and the symbolic linkages and roots shared with the Native American Indian Medicine Wheel. It’s great working with John and we’re having fun making the ancient connections and esoteric Wildwood Tarot.


  1. I am very excited about the Wildwood Tarot! The artist has long been a favourite of mine, her work is haunting and extraordinary.

    Is there any idea of possible publication? Has there been any cards done yet?

  2. I have seen rumours where Virginia Lee is being considered as the illustrator to the Wildwood Tarot - are you able to confirm?