Tiernen Trevallion

Tiernen Trevallion has worked as an illustrator and comic artist since being convinced to leave school in the mid eighties.

His first comic strips were with the Black library’s Inferno magazine which led to the final story in the Daemonifuge series with Si Spurrier in the Warhammer magazine. He then pestered Tharg at 2000AD and a series of ‘terror tales’ and ‘Tales from the Black Museum’ set him up to work with Gordon Rennie on the ‘Absalom’ series. Since then Tiernen has teamed up with Gordon Rennie and Emma Beeby to create the stand alone, award winning graphic novel; “Robbie Burns- Witch Hunter’ with Renegade.

There Have also been several Dredd stories and covers, Tiernen also continues to work as an illustrator and concept artist.

He also works on his own projects. Furious Puffins may or may not be involved.

For more information kindly visit: http://tiernentrevallion.co.uk

Book Info:

Absalom: Ghosts of London

Pages: 96 – paperback

ISBN: 9781781080429

Writer: Gordon Rennie

Artist: Tiernen Trevallion


Modern-day London. Veteran copper, Detective Inspector Harry Absalom, heads a special squad that enforces The Accord – a diplomatic treaty made in the sixteenth century between the throne of England and Hell. If any demonic entities step out of line Harry and his team will track the infernal offenders down and sort them out for good. A miserable old bastard with a knack for finding trouble, Harry is the perfect man for the job!

Written by Gordon Rennie (Necronauts) with stunning artwork from new talent Tiernen Trevallion, Absalom is a thrill-packed mixture of cops and horrors!

Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter

Pages: 96 – hardcover

ISBN: 9780992150853

Writers: Gordon Rennie and Emma Beeby

Artist: Tiernen Trevallion

Publisher: Renegade Entertainment

Did you know that famous Scottish poet Robbie Burns had a secret double life? Now Scottish writers Emma Beeby & Gordon Rennie, with artist Tiernen Trevallion, reveal his secret in the hardcover graphic novel: Robbie Burns: Witch Hunter. It turns out his famous poem Tam o’ Shanter is based on real events experienced by the poet himself. This book tells us how he became a fearless witch hunter, dedicated to protecting Scotland’s innocents from demons roaming the country.

Tiernen Trevallion