Emmanuel Xerx Javier created the cover art for the first four Digital Science Fiction anthologies, but that’s not how I got to know Xerx. Our first project together was a little known, sadly undersold, science fiction themed card game called Herobits. Xerx created the initial concept art based on my theme, and developed the look and feel of both the first Herobit, James Willstorm, and the not so friendly enemy robots. Ed Greenwood helped me with the initial background story, but rather than get into that I’d rather share a few of Xerx’s images for one of the first Herobits’ decks:
There are more from Emmanuel, and four other artists for different characters. I’ll share them over time because I think the artists did a fabulous job on these and should be showcased even if the game didn’t take off.
All images are copyright Gseb Marketing Inc., but you’re free to download them and use them for any non profit or non commercial use, like desktop wallpaper or a picture on your blog/website. You may not use them for any commercial or for profit venture without the express written permission of Gseb Marketing Inc. * The game, Herobits, is no longer in production so actually buying a deck may be rather difficult… but not impossible.