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Black Shuck

A fantasy epic very much reminiscent of The Red Seas (unavoidable because of Steve Yeowell being on art duties) provides an epic Norse setting: here be trolls, witches, zombies and werewolves! The tale is told partly in flashback, as the titular Black Shuck comes into his inheritance as son of King Ivar only to discover that the Kingdom is cursed by an undead Jotnar king intent on the recovery of his stolen treasure horde.

Evocative and action-packed, there is perhaps a built-in lack of sympathy for a main character who seems driven by the tumult of fate rather than anything more compelling. Very Norse, that.

Art by Steve Yeowell & Chris Blythe

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Year(s) Issues Writer Artist Colourist Letterer
Black Shuck 9 54
1891: Alex Ronald
1896: Glenn Fabry & Adam Brown
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2014
Reprints:

M418 (supplement)
1891-1899
Leah Moore
John Reppion
various
Steve Yeowell Chris Blythe Simon Bowland
Sins of the Father 10 61
1983: Glenn Fabry (art), Adam Brown (colours)
1992: Alex Ronald
2
2016
Reprints:

M419 (supplement)
1983-1992
Leah Moore
John Reppion
various
Steve Yeowell Chris Blythe Ellie de Ville
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