A few weeks ago, I revealed the new paperback cover for Leviathan. Well, now it’s time to show you the matching cover for Behemoth Here they are together:
And here’s Behemoth on its own:
Although I loved the old cover style, this is also a really great look, especially with this new color scheme. The blue and green seems perfect for the Darwinists, just like the rusty metallic reds suited the Clankers.
But I’ll let you guys say your piece in the comments, as NO DOUBT you will.
In other news, the word “Leviathan” now has its own species, an extinct killer whale from 12 million years ago. Behold!
A skeleton of the highly predatory, 17-meter-long (55 ft) whale was discovered in Peru. It’s teeth are twice as big as those of any current-day whale, possibly because it shared the water with a prehistoric 15-meter-long shark! (Remind me not to bring my swimming gear when traveling to any era before, say, 1492.)
And what’s the scientific name of this newly discovered monster? They’ve chosen Leviathan melvillei, in honor of Moby Dick,
So study hard and grow up to be paleontologists, because the bones of a Behemoth westerfeldii would totally rock my mantelpiece.
Here’s more from BBC News.
More cool stuff soon.
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Here’s an interview with me about the art of Behemoth and Leviathan at Suvudu.