Fighting Fantasy gamebooks have sold over 17 million books worldwide, in over 30 languages. YOU were the hero in The Forest of Doom, fighting monsters and foes with a pencil, two dice and an eraser. And w -YOU ARE THE COLOURIST!Bring your favourite demons, cat women, mitaurs and giants to life, colouring the original visceral illustrations by artist Malcolm Barter.
Ian Livingstone CBE is an English fantasy author and entrepreneur. Along with Steve Jackson, he is the co-founder of the Fighting Fantasy series of role-playing gamebooks, and the author of many books within that series. Spawned in 1957, Malcolm Barter studied Illustration & Design at Ipswich School of Art. He has freelanced in Publishing, Editorial & Advertising, notably illustrating Ian Livingstone's classic Fighting Fantasy gamebook The Forest of Doom. He is also a fully qualified Horticulturalist. Now back illustrating, his recent work has included more Fighting Fantasy, having been tracked down and dragged back by French publishers in 2013. He currently resides in Suffolk with his daughter Poppy and a modest bonsai collection. Iain McCaig is an internationally recognized and award winning artist and one of the motion picture industry's leading conceptual designers. His exceptional command of human anatomy, character, emotional expression and visual narrative make him one of the most sought-after artists working in the entertainment industry today. He has worked for Lucasfilm as one of the principal designers on Star Wars Episode One-The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episode Two-Attack of the Clones, and: Star Wars Episode Three-Revenge of the Sith. His work includes the landmark designs for Queen Amidala and Darth Maul. His other film credits include: James Cameron's 'Terminator II', Steven Spielberg's 'Hook', Francis Ford Coppola's 'Dracula', Neil Jordan's 'Interview With the Vampire', Sony/Revolution/Universal's 'Peter Pan', and Warner Brothers Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire'. He is also Co-Producer and Concept Design Director on Ascendant Pictures' science-fiction epic: 'Outlander'.