Tim Sievert does some fantastic sword and sorcery comics that, to me, have the look and feel of a 1970s Dungeons and Dragons module. They are certainly for a mature audience, and if you are and old man (or woman), like me, I suggest you track them down online! He also has done a book for young adults called That Salty Air with publisher Top Shelf. I’ve never met Tim in person, but in less than 2 weeks I will finally get to hang out with him at TCAF, which I still urge you to attend.
While the last few artists asked me to write for them, Tim usually writes his own stuff and he was comfortable doing all the guesting here. He usually works in black and white, and that he felt inspired to work in colour was a wonderful surprise to me. I love the cartoony-ness of the door being kicked in too. Also, it is great that the knight is talking to his horse. I should have done a gag about that by now but I guess I’m not crazy about drawing horses. As you can tell, Tim is also great at creating off-beat and interesting settings.