"Johnny really nailed it," says Russ Linton. "Even down to the floor-level perspective which places a huge emphasis on Spencer and his mother. The Black Beetle is almost this terrifying background piece which communicates so much about the novel."
According to Linton, this could mean more artwork reveals in the near future.
"If this piece plays well with my fans and I know it will, I'd love to work with Johnny again and flesh out more scenes," said Linton.
A cover reveal is scheduled for next month. "That's coming along very nicely. A different style, but things have to be just right to translate from an Amazon or Barnes and Noble thumbnail. We should be ready by mid-May."
To find out more visit www.russlinton.com.
About Crimson Son
With no powers of his own save a multi-tool, a quick wit and a boatload of emotional trauma, Spencer seeks to uncover his mother's fate and confront his absentee father. As he stumbles through a web of conspiracies and top secret facilities, he rallies a team of everyday people and cast-off Augments. But Spencer soon discovers that the Black Beetle isn't his only enemy, nor his worst.