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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover Reveal: The Eighth Court by Mike Shevdon, Cover Art by John Coulthart

Here’s the cover for The Eighth Court, the fourth book in Mike Shevdon‘s utterly fantastical Courts of the Feyre series, which we’re publishing in June 2013.

This one has been packed with gorgeous, twiddly detail by the one and only, World Fantasy Award Winning artist, John Coulthart. Regular readers of The Qwillery will have seen this one already, but everyone else should immediately click the pic for a larger version, in order to see it in all its glory. Go on, you know you want to…

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover Reveal: Hell to Pay by Matthew Hughes, Awesome Artwork by Tom Gauld

Today we’re ‘ellishly excited to bring you our latest cover-reveal: the devilishly delightful Hell to Pay, the forthcoming (March 2013) third novel in the To Hell and Back series – starring mild-mannered actuary-turned-superhero Chesney Arnstruther – from the infernally inventive imagination of Matthew Hughes.

Click this image for a larger, even more impressive version, which you should most definitely feel free to share on your own blogs, websites and social media places (if you happen to be so inclined):

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover Reveal – Seven Wonders by Adam Christopher

Look at that cover – just look at it!

Adam Christopher’s Seven Wonders comes alive, courtesy of the insanely talented¬†Will Staehle.

This isn’t quite the finished version – that’s currently sitting in Will’s workshop, where his art elves are revising some of the silhouettes to make them even more awesome! (Click to reveal the awesomeness in more detail…)

But we couldn’t wait until then to show you!

Can you blame us?

Seven Wonders is out in September.

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Angry Robot, Cover Art

Cover reveal – Joey HiFi brings the magic, again

[ Click for larger version. Look deeper… deeper…]

Hey gang – You know by now, I am sure, that we at Robot HQ love the superb cover art of our man Joey HiFi, and we certainly adore writer Maurice Broaddus… So when the chance came to package up the latter’s superlative urban fantasies into one vast, all-conquering omnibus edition, it seemed only right to combine the gritty, street

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