#2 Eyre

| November 4, 2011 | 14 Comments

#2 Eyre by Daniel Govar

A Blue from Charn, Eyre is of course one of their warrior caste, exemplified by his blue burn and four arms. Eyre is known as a world conqueror; bringing five worlds under the Majestrix’s domain. Eyre commands the elite Twelfth Column and reports directly to the Pillars themselves.

Eyre is surprisingly young for a Blue with his accolades, being only on his sixth burn. Like all Blues, Eyre has distaste for the lower burning Ambers and Yellows. Bred for war and educated by imprint well before his first burn, Eyre has only ever had contact with the lower castes through the off-world missives of the Pillars. The Amber, Phoen, appears to him competent, unlike most Ambers, and far more fetching than he was led to believe capable in an Amber. He has heard of color-mixing before, but typically the Blues and Greens have destroyed their lovers afterwards to remove evidence of their lapses in judgement. Eyre finds this weakness for carnal pleasure strange. Why risk so much?

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Category: 2011, Fantasy, Scifi

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Co-creator of RELAUNCH, AZURE for DC Comics, Artist on GRIMM for Dynamite, Marvel storyboarder, illustrator of books and covers, concept artist, creative director... Boxer owner.

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  1. birdiebo says:

    Whoa, that’s amazing! I love the movement in it.

  2. Jules Rivera says:

    Wow, that is some seriously nice ink work on this.

  3. johnomatopoeia says:


    …I am not just saying that because for the first few minutes of admiring this piece I thought it was drawn by renowned African-American thespian Daniel GLover; however, if just one of your characters could say “Im too old for this s***t” I would be eternally grateful. But even if you don’t fit in the Lethal Weapon Reference, I am still impressed. You have some major skills on display here.

    • saulone says:

      Ha! What’s funny is most people I meet in merson mis-spell my name and it comes out Daniel Glover when they refer to me in blogs and whatnot…very frustrating and on more than on occassion I’ve exclaimed “I’m too old for this s–t!” Thank you on the character nonetheless. 🙂

  4. Octrapenny says:


  5. Michael Perridge says:

    Those blues. Right up their own arses. You put it more eloquently than me though. Another good job!

  6. ElZee3 says:

    Wow, it actually inspires awe. This is incredible!

  7. JoeCook says:

    Dammit that’s so awesome.

  8. Greetings, Saulone, glad to see your work again this year- and this is totally your usual level of quality. I’m intruiged by the story, too- I hope to see more of these beings.

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