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Acclaimed and iconic artist Salvador Dali had the pleasure during his lifetime to illustrate some legendary literature. As we’ve previously talked about, Dali‘s artistry for the 700th anniversary of Dante’s Inferno left many people astounded and angry. Now it is time to tackle one of his most infamous ventures into classic stories, Lewis Carroll‘s ‘Adventures of Alice In Wonderland‘. Continue reading
There have been many pictures surfacing from the 2017 remake of IT, especially when it comes to the Loser’s Club. Continue reading
To get your hands on an original copy of Edgar Allan Poe‘s Tales of Mystery And Imagination will cost you a very pretty penny and it’s easy to understand why. Originally released in 1909, Harry Clarke‘s beautifully grotesque artwork was the perfect companion to Poe‘s legendary work. It wasn’t until 1923 though that some of the colored illustrations were introduced. Continue reading
George Orwell‘s dystopian 1984 is still poignant 70 years after it was originally published. On April 4th, theaters around the world will hold special screenings of Michael Radford‘s adaptation starring the legendary John Hurt. Continue reading
Kicking off DC’s next big Bat-event following the currently-unfolding “League of Shadows” storryline, The New York Times best-selling writers Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV will collaborate with iconic artists Andy Kubert, Jim Lee and John Romita Jr. for Dark Days: The Forge #1 and Dark Days: The Casting #1.
Known throughout the horror world for his legendary pieces including the horror comic Creepy, DC‘s Swamp Thing, and an adaptation of Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein, artist Bernie Wrightson passed away yesterday (March 18, 2017) at the age of 68 after a long battle with brain cancer. Continue reading
Leslie Vernon has fans old and new waiting in anticipation for a sequel to the cult classic Behind The Mask: The Rise Of Leslie Vernon. Until that day comes, a comic sequel/prequel/remake…spreemake if you will…is in the works for fans. Continue reading