Welcome back to the first instalment of 2021 for ‘The Legend of William Lamport’. We pick up with our young hero now beginning a secret life as a pamphleteer against the actions of King Charles.
We will be taking a short break for the Christmas Holidays.
We wish to thank everyone again for supporting the project so far and wish you all a happy and peaceful New Year.
We will return with further adventures of Lamport in January 2021.
Before you go, here’s a preview of what’s to come courtesy of Cormac Hughes.
Thanks to everyone who ordered a physical copy of Chapter 1.
If you would still like one the cut off day for postage is Monday 14th December.
Lamport’s mentors reveal much about the political situation and their involvement in combating the escalation and corruption of King Charles and his war against Spain- by raising awareness among the people covertly through pamphleteering.
You can now download a free copy of ‘The Legend of William Lamport: Chapter One” right here. Schools, Colleges and Libraries can request a free physical copy. All other orders are 5 Euro per copy incl. shipping worldwide. Just e-mail us in the contact page above.
We’re delighted to announce that a limited edition print run of the first chapter of ‘The Legend of William Lamport’ will be available to order from November 2020- January 2021.
Schools, Colleges and Libraries can request a free copy, all other orders will cost 5 Euro per copy incl. postage.
To request a copy please e-mail email@example.com.
You can check out the exciting new cover for Chapter 1 by Cormac Hughes, Ellie Wright and Robin Jones below:
A startling revelation of political intrigue begins to unfold for young Lamport.
Lamport tries to uncover what secrets his mentors are attempting to hide from him.
As young William settles into his new academic life in London, he begins to discover that all is not as it appears.
Relive the exciting start to ‘The Legend of William Lamport’, with an all new motion comic. Featuring the work of Cormac Hughes, Ellie Wright and Robin Jones with Donal Hanway as animator for the piece and Louis Claffey for audio editing and original music score. This exciting installment is also completed with the vocal talents of John Kelly (https://voicetalentireland.ie/kelly-john/)