Izobel Vice is shedding her body ounce by ounce, discarding obsolete flesh for armoured plastics and murder-metal. Betrayed - reduced to vestigial organic components and at the mercy of cutting-edge killers, those last, wet scraps of humanity and the voice of a dead friend may be all that save her.
So yeah, that's the story I wrote for the Metal Made Flesh: Blood and Oil anthology from Subversive Comics. I was seriously pumped to get invited onto the project in the first place by powerhouse writer Jeremy Biggs and legitimate visionary artist Simeon Aston. Imagine the near-apocalyptic magnitude of my happy-face when they told me I'd be working with the legendary Gary Erskine!
Needle-drop to April 2016, and the first reviews for The Final Piece of Me are in. I'll, uh... I'll just leave these here...
...Aaaaand, just because I can't help myself, a couple of highlights:
- "Gary Erskine and Cy Dethan have set a very high bar for other indie comics to try and match."
- "In this release we see Cy & Gary combining unbelievably well as they take an established character to new heights..."
- "Nic Wilkinson keeps the lettering tight throughout and adds another element to a strong creative team..."