Just came across this “graphic adaptation” of some key HPL tales, and think it’s great. The album includes the adaptation of the following short. (réalisme pompier vs abstract forms), there are Alberto Breccia’s comics adapted from Cthulhu’s Myth’s Lovecraft. Indeed, to paint the fall in. Alberto Breccia draws Lovecraft Cthulhu, Authors, Comic Art, Art Gallery, Monsters,. Visit . «Les mythes de Cthulhu / Los mitos de Cthulhu.
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Which is an impressive trick. Alberto BrecciaUncategorized. The resulting work was anything but conventional and moving away from the commercial.
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Somewhere in this lonely planet. This period did not last long. It is somewhat strange that so much in horror comics have run fast in the opposite direction.
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When you consider how powerful the approach here of Breccia is. This page was last edited brecccia 17 Decemberat Notify me of new posts via email. Lasers, Explosions and the Bio-Mech Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. I do however own Eternauta, and while it is a cousin to the work of his Lovecraft adaptions, it lacks the horrific incomprehensibility of those adaptions.
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Uruguayan comics artists Argentine comics artists births deaths Uruguayan people of Italian descent. Check out his Wilbur Whateley http: El Eternauta to Lovecraft. In-Depth Review Rotring Artpens: This comic book is considered the chief cause behind Oesterheld’s disappearance.
John and James Whitney, Film Ex The result of these techniques is to create an almost hypnotic quality to reading the pages.
But because the Breccia images are in black and white, there is more primacy to the ink dthulhu texture on the page itself. Or how powerful the approach of McKean with his Sandman covers was—that so many artists working in horror would choose a realist approach is strange.
Breccia and Oesterheld collaborated to produce one of the most important comic strips in history, Mort Cinderin Post a Comment Please note that anonymous comments will be rejected. December 31, Page 1 of 2. I know who you are. If you encounter any unknowable eldritch forum problems, shoot Manndroid a missive at mmann at modsprocket dot com! After leaving school, Breccia worked in a tripe packing plant and in he got a job for the magazine El Reserowhere he wrote articles and drew the covers.
Wednesday, January 03, Alberto Breccia Part 2: I am interested in seeing some more from Informe Sobre Ciegos. Cthulhu MythosBuscavidas text by Carlos Trilloa Historia grafica del Chile and Perramusinspired by the work of the poet Juan Sasturain a pamphlet against the dictatorship in Argentina.
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About Me Disraeli Demon. You are commenting using your WordPress. Paintagram Mannikin Join Date: Friday, December 16, Mythes de Cthulhu, by Breccia. The drawings are from Alberto Breccia is an important artist in comic history with an almost incalculable amount of influence upon the trajectory of the medium through the 70s and 80s. Send a private message to Russell Nash.
Just googling that it looked like a nice cross up between stuff I liked in his Cthulu Mythos, and some of the stuff I dig brecciia Perramus. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Posted by Disraeli Demon at 6: Alberto Breccia – Cthulhu Myhtos Alberto Breccia was a truly visionarie, I think he was one of the few who really captured the essence of Lovecraft work.
Seriously though, if you’re an HPL fan, you have to see this, even if you can’t read the text.