I once gave Ian Miller's graphic novelisation of M John Harrison's
THE LUCK IN THE HEAD a rather poor review in INTERZONE.
Technically, purely in terms of how you compose panel narrative,I was correct: but I forgot to mention that Ian is a genius, whose talent transcends genre.
Mike too, I guess.
Twenty years late, profound apologies.
Love it. Oddly enough, my favorite part of this is the monster's head in the lower left-hand corner. The way it's obscured by shadow makes it somehow seem a lot scarier. I think my eye is drawn to it because its "gargoyle-ish" look contrasts with the more "Cthulhu-ish" look of the other monsters; even within a single illustration, Miller is a versatile artist, indeed.