Last year I had the good fortune to sit next to the great and powerful David Butler a man who shares my dark and forbidden goals of world domination and absolute power. Since then David’s been writing like crazy and recently I was honored to be able to illustrate the covers of his latest e-book series: “Rockband Fights Evil” which I had a blast doing.
I’m kind of proud of how the cover illustrations turned out and the e-books are a great read. So I’m ridiculously happy about how they turned out and have to share.
It seams like everybody has an e-book reader of some kind these days so if you’re looking for something fresh and awesome, check out David’s e-book’s on the links below.
Heaven doesn’t want them. Do they stand a chance in Hell?
Bass player Mike Archuleta is down on his luck in a major way. The shattered survivor of a misspent youth, he is haunted by the ghost of his dead brother, and is now driven to planning his suicide. Halfway through the show that’s supposed to be his last, a hellhound bursts into the club and attacks the band. The band members pull out karate moves, guns, and even a sword… and then things start to get strange.
Can Mike survive the show? What can he do about his brother’s ghost? And what kind of band is this, anyway?
Hellhound on My Trail is the first installment of Rock Band Fights Evil, a pulp fiction serial by D.J. Butler.
The band is eating at a cheap diner with the local club manager, making arrangements for the evening’s gig, when they are attacked by a swarm of flying snakes. Adrian, the organ player and wizard, is bitten. Before he puts himself into a magical coma, face turning purple, he warns his band mates that they only have three hours to save him.
Can the band find a cure before Adrian’s time is up? Why is the town’s preacher obsessed with the ancient Israelite serpent icon, the Nehushtan? And can the band get out of town before the snake god Apep arrives?
Snake Handlin’ Man is the second installment of Rock Band Fights Evil, a pulp fiction serial. Rock Band #1 is Hellhound on My Trail.