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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These stories exist almost on an island right now. His stylistic scions were all over the pages of books like Vampirella, Creepy, and Eerie.
Alberto Breccia and The Power of Suggestion in Horror Comic’s Imagery
My spanish is not very good, so I mostly am only able to read them through the images themselves—which even in that limited capacity these pages are absolutely revelatory, and something I am constantly returning to.
The much more political overtones of the second version may have helped contribute to Oesterheld’s eventual demise see part 3 of this article. Incidentally, his son Enrique has a comic-book about Lovecraft published by Vertigo, which everyone is encouraged to see! Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. His son Enrique Breccia would also draw a few war stories for Fleetway in the late s, such as Spy I was impressed by specifically the Call Of Cthulhu adaptation, which indeed is actually an almost abstract comic.
Los Mitos De Cthulu. Wednesday, January 03, Alberto Breccia Part 2: His Lovecraft adaptations appear almost as if from another dimension. Lasers, Explosions and the Bio-Mech This article needs additional citations for verification. Find More Posts by Paintagram.
Somewhere in this lonely planet. I think that this posting could be interesting for aberto of TLO members. The drawings are from Introduction Breccia Part 1: First review of Abstract Comics: Seriously though, if you’re an HPL fan, you have to see this, even if you can’t read the text.
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Jochen Gerner, Abstraction Star Wars Uruguayan comics artists Argentine comics artists births deaths Uruguayan people of Italian descent. It would be interesting to see more horror done in brecciz way. June 10, This is how you kind of have to do Lovecraft to do him justice. You are in for a treat. Click on the images to enlarge.
“Cthulhu Mythos: The Haunter of the Dark” by Alberto Breccia & Norberto Buscaglia, AR, 1975
Ditko and Abstraction II. Alberto Breccia Part 2: In Breccia was joined by his son, Enriquein a project to draw the comic biography of Chethe life of Che Guevaraagain with a script provided by Oesterheld. Alberto Breccia Alberto Breccia – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. My dad – who introduced me to HPL’s work – was knocked out by it, so I tracked down a hardcover copy of “The Cthulhu Mythos” as a birthday present.
When you consider how powerful the approach here of Breccia is. Email required Address never made public. He captured something in his adaptions of Lovecraft that was very unique. Both versions feature a time traveller the “eternaut” who visits Oesterheld to warn of a future disaster.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Newer Post Older Albertl Home. Soukesian Mystic Join Date: I am interested in seeing some more from Informe Sobre Ciegos. Page 1 of 2. Breccia has so many styles that he mastered alberrto his career—and there is so much in any one of his books we can learn from him—but I think his Lovecraft stuff is particularly deserving of re-examination. The album includes brdccia adaptation of the following short stories: Alberto Breccia Horror Comics.
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The panels become almost rorschach blots in their horrible suggestibility. 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 from Perramus.