underwhelminglovecraft:

October’s here! Time to double-up on the Lovecraft comics. Starting today, I’ll be serializing “Herbert West- Reanimator” in six parts, like it was originally published in the February-July, 1922 issues of Strange Brew, the first known Cream fanzine. Part two will be up on Friday, and I’ll update this page every Wednesday and Friday through Halloween. Enjoy!

underwhelminglovecraft:

October’s here! Time to double-up on the Lovecraft comics. Starting today, I’ll be serializing “Herbert West- Reanimator” in six parts, like it was originally published in the February-July, 1922 issues of Strange Brew, the first known Cream fanzine. Part two will be up on Friday, and I’ll update this page every Wednesday and Friday through Halloween. Enjoy!


"Self Portrait with Metamorpho Figure"
September, 2014

"Self Portrait with Metamorpho Figure"

September, 2014


brudesworld:

Russ Heath, 1960

Russ Heath turns 88 today. He draws better than all of us then and now.

brudesworld:

Russ Heath, 1960

Russ Heath turns 88 today. He draws better than all of us then and now.


underwhelminglovecraft:

Today’s Underwhelming Lovecraft Comic Synopsis is “The Music of Erich Zann”, published in the March, 1922 issue of National Amateur. This might have been one of the first Lovecraft stories I read. Considering the fates of most of his characters, this tale has a somewhat happy ending for a Lovecraft story. I mean, nothing joyous happens, it’s just that no one dies a grisly death or goes insane and kills themselves. Zann kinda flakes out and stares into the horrible black infinite void while playing the viol, but that’s a step up from really going crazy, right? 

underwhelminglovecraft:

Today’s Underwhelming Lovecraft Comic Synopsis is “The Music of Erich Zann”, published in the March, 1922 issue of National Amateur. This might have been one of the first Lovecraft stories I read. Considering the fates of most of his characters, this tale has a somewhat happy ending for a Lovecraft story. I mean, nothing joyous happens, it’s just that no one dies a grisly death or goes insane and kills themselves. Zann kinda flakes out and stares into the horrible black infinite void while playing the viol, but that’s a step up from really going crazy, right? 


Al Cabone. Hahahhahaha. Good night. 
(Cover for the reprinted collection of horror stories selected by Dashiell Hammett, which was originally published under the title Creeps By Night in 1931)

Al Cabone. Hahahhahaha. Good night. 

(Cover for the reprinted collection of horror stories selected by Dashiell Hammett, which was originally published under the title Creeps By Night in 1931)


I need to be on the lookout for this Italian edition (circa 1987) of Richard Stark’s “The Man With the Getaway Face”. 

I need to be on the lookout for this Italian edition (circa 1987) of Richard Stark’s “The Man With the Getaway Face”. 


this-is-some-shit:

One of my favorite Tomi Ungerer illustrations

this-is-some-shit:

One of my favorite Tomi Ungerer illustrations


Springboard for my next comic, I suppose. 

Springboard for my next comic, I suppose. 


underwhelminglovecraft:

This week’s Underwhelming Lovecraft Comic Synopsis is the 1921 short story “The Outsider”, which saw print in the April, 1926 issue of Weird Tales. It has a shocking twist ending where you find out he’s a monster and crap, I just ruined it. Sorry.

underwhelminglovecraft:

This week’s Underwhelming Lovecraft Comic Synopsis is the 1921 short story “The Outsider”, which saw print in the April, 1926 issue of Weird Tales. It has a shocking twist ending where you find out he’s a monster and crap, I just ruined it. Sorry.


punditfromanotherplanet:

Original Illustration by Bob Clarke from “Modern Architecture” in Mad Magazine #46
Original illustration by Bob Clarke from “Modern Architecture” in Mad magazine #46, published by EC Comics, April 1959. The Bristol Board

Bob Clarke was an underrated talent. Gah, that’s beautiful.

punditfromanotherplanet:

Original Illustration by Bob Clarke from “Modern Architecture” in Mad Magazine #46

Original illustration by Bob Clarke from “Modern Architecture” in Mad magazine #46, published by EC Comics, April 1959. The Bristol Board

Bob Clarke was an underrated talent. Gah, that’s beautiful.