Werewolves abound in Werewolves of New Idria - shown here transforming into their wolf form

The characters in Werewolves of New Idria transform themselves into wolves with the help of a magic potent (the character at the left is wearing a wolf head cap).

Most of my werewolf artwork comes from the illustrations I did for the graphic novel Werewolves of New Idria which was written by John Chadwell — and currently available at Amazon.com.

AND… (taking a side junket into advertising land), I must note that the graphic novel makes a GREAT Halloween present. You can order it here from Amazon.com.

Since I did 80-some huge paintings for this graphic novel, perhaps it should be no surprise that this installment of the “32 Days of Halloween” will consist of artwork from our graphic novel.

Werewolves of New Idria art - by graphic novel illustrator Duncan Long

One of the shady characters appearing in our graphic novel. Soon to meet a sad fate at the hands of a demonic rival biker gang.

Dying werewolf by graphic-Novel-Comic book illustrator Duncan Long

While the creatures in Werewolves of New Idria are superhuman, they are mortal, adding a level of suspense to all encounters — which can end poorly as in this case.

Ruthless killer by comic book artist Duncan Long

One of the ruthless, demonic killers in a rival biker gang the Werewolves of New Idria find themselves battling against.

The werewolves prove to be mortal and capable of dying - Graphic-Novel illustrator Duncan Long

The Werewolves of New Idria can be seriously injured — or even mortally wounded.

Bartender drawing for graphic novel Werewolves of New Idria by illustrator Duncan Long

The Werewolves of New Idria storyline is populated by a variety of colorful characters, including this bartender who keeps a vial of mercury behind the counter.

Magical sword artwork by graphic novel artist Duncan Long

The ancient and powerful sword owned by the Werewolves of New Idria.

Werewolf in human form graphic novel artwork by illustrator Duncan Long

Werewolves spend much of their time in human form — here in a secret chapel they’ve built.

Final cover illustration for horror graphic novel Werewolves of New Idria

Cover illustration for Werewolves of New Idria — with the various key elements in the story from a charmed sword to werewolf (eyes) to the well-armed biker gang that comprises the wolf pack.

If you need a good Halloween present (whether for someone else or as a present to yourself, Buy a copy of The Werewolves of New Idria.

You can find more of Duncan Long’s horror artwork including concept artwork at his Book Artist Duncan Long’s Horror Gallery