A gripping Blood Bowl-inspired tale from recognized writer of fiction, Ian H. McKinley, and artist, Sébastien Meunier. Visit a world in which sport has replaced warfare and wherein “footy” is so popular entire cultures have changed their practises so that their teams can compete for the Blue Blood Cup.
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Gorn N’hleg is a renowned and titled Orc coach. Having grown tired of coaching his usual teams, full of show-off Blitzers and prima-donna Throwers, he embarks on a new journey of professional and personal growth: coaching Black Orcs. How could such a journey go unchronicled? So here is The Gorn N’hleg Chronicle to be released on a regular basis over the coming year, humorously documenting his highs and lows.
Transcribed by his goblin scribe, Ian H. McKinley.
Baron Rhouven von Wurzenheim is a renowned coach from the Empire but who has enjoyed great success in Bretonnia. Having returned to his native city, he deigns to share his wisdom at coaching teams recruited from the Imperial Nobility (with a few hangers-on to protect the high-born stars). His wisdom … and his sense of self-importance … demand his exploits be documented. So here is The von Wurzenheim Chronicle to be released on a regular basis over the coming year, humorously documenting his highs and highers.
Transcribed by his faithless scribe, Nate Ball.
BY Pablo Galván
If you have read his first comic strip book, Botas de Clavos – Number Zero, you know that Pablo is a Blood Bowl fan. He began drawing comic strips when playing in a league. Today, he continues with those strips and publishes them weekly on his social networks.