INTERVIEW: ‘Bog Bodies’ with Declan Shalvey

Reading Time: 2 minutes

Declan Shalvey

Declan Shalvey, prolific artist for some of the biggest comic publishers, launched his first graphic novel as an author titled, Bog Bodies. Published by Image Comics, written by Declan Shalvey, with art by Gavin Fullerton, colors by Rebecca Nalty, and letters by Clayton Cowles.

Bog Bodies follows the events of Irish gangsters as they attempt to track down a young man through the hills Dublin.

Aaron and Declan delve into all types of brilliant conversation. The Irish author alludes to all of the juicy details from the graphic novel, plus how he got into comics, how he got into fandom, and what amazing works he has coming next.

Declan Shalvey

The graphic novel itself is a dark, and moody, self contained story the delivers an utterly chilling ending. The characters are tangible, and leap from the page with a sense authentic realism. Fullerton delivers some dark, and terrifying imagery, and as the isolation of being alone out in swampy cold conditions, and the fear of being chased by a crazed gangsters creates a sense palpable tension.


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