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Artist David Rowe, who drew and painted rooms for the Knightmare dungeons in Series 1-4 and beyond, not to mention Knightmare book covers and the board game, has been going from strength to strength in recent years. His crowdfunded book David Rowe's Art of Knightmare has gone down a storm and is still available via his website's shop. If Knightmare lit anything in you from a spark to raging dragonfire, you'll find this book worth every groat.
 
It's difficult not to hunger for more such enchanting artwork, so it's been a pleasure to see David sharing a selection of special images from the Indiegogo campaign and a series showing Knightmare rooms as rediscovered by Knightmare archaeologists. To find out more about these dungeonmasterpieces, see David's blog and, to buy prints, his website. Guaranteed to liven up your chambers more than a wall monster who insists his amusing name is not amusing.
 
Following his welcome guest appearance at May 2014's Knightmare Convention in Norwich, David has met fans at Play Blackpool 2015 too (more information from us here). And if you're in the Manchester area this very weekend, David is speaking at PLAY Expo Manchester tomorrow (Sunday 11th October, 4:30pm). There's more about this on their website. If you're lucky enough to be there, do let us know what you think.

Mark Cordory, who designed and made the Knightmare dragon Smirkenorff, is providing props for theatrical project Legend Quests.

Knightmare actor David Verrey had a guest role in Cold War spy thriller The Game, currently airing on BBC2.

A recent episode of Holby City featured David Verrey, who played McGrew and Golgarach in Knightmare Series 3.

A number of misprinted versions of David Rowe's Art of Knightmare book have been mistakenly produced.

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