I heard about this release ages ago, but then it seemed to vanish of the map completely. Happily then, Aleister Crowley: Wandering The Waste, will finally see a release next year. On his Paroneiria blog, Martin Hayes writes:
It makes me immensely happy to report that my old pal and cohort Roy Huteson Stewart has recommenced work on our graphic novel Aleister Crowley: Wandering the Waste. Contracts have been signed with Markosia and it’s all systems go. All we need to do now is finish the bloody thing.
The road has not been easy but at last it looks as though we’ll see this book on shelves before we’re all dead and rotting in the ground. It’s nearly two years since Crowley was supposed to be completed and published. It seems longer that that, since the original publisher collapsed in a wholly avoidable and bile-filled fashion, since my first trip to a lawyer’s office, since the long and tedious exchange of emails with a worm masquerading as a man. But that’s all in the past. And we’re back on track. And we will finish this awful cloying bastard of a book.
If all goes to plan Crowley will launch at 2013’s Kapow! comic convention in London.
The book will be ‘100 pages of actual comic’, and will include relevant quotes from Crowley and his peers, as well as a 17,000 word appendix to the chapters.
Read more at Paroneiria