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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James Whitney Box algebra: Things like his Dracula stuff are hugely different, but still nonetheless brilliant. Wednesday, January breccai, Alberto Breccia Part 2: Ashamed to say, I never even heard of Alberto Breccia, and I just picked the book up totally by accident.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Retrieved from ” https: I don’t know what a guy like McCloud would say about it, but I think that in a case like this the artwork is so obscure that the comic for a moment becomes illustrated prose, with the voice over narration basically hinting you about the indecipherable shapes and letting you connect the dots in your head Jochen Gerner, Abstraction Star Wars His Lovecraft adaptations appear almost as if from another dimension.
Paintagram Mannikin Join Date: Send a private message to Stu. I don’t know if it’s just my computer playing up but none of the links were working so I thought I’d add this one to Breccia’s adap of The Dunwich Horror. Los Mitos De Cthulu. The album includes the adaptation of the following short stories: I think that this posting could be interesting for some of TLO members.
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Powered by SMF 1. The Anthology from Amazon. 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 ctuhlhu Argentina. Click on the image to enlarge. Breccia was a genius. Ditko and Abstraction II. Notify me of new comments brexcia email. It wasn’t cheap, but it’s altogether a stunning volume, and I would imagine an English translation would sell very well.
It would be interesting to see more horror done in this way.
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Breccia drew the story with a decidedly experimental style, resorting to diverse techniques. I was impressed by specifically the Call Of Cthulhu adaptation, which indeed is actually an almost abstract comic. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I am interested in seeing some more from Albertp Sobre Ciegos.
Miskatonic Philologus Unhinged Posts: This comic book is considered the chief cause behind Oesterheld’s disappearance. Haha I also had the same photoshop idea after reading this book that you did. Please login or register. Click on the images to enlarge.
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But because the Breccia images are in black and white, there is more primacy to the ink and texture on the page itself. Lasers, Explosions and the Bio-Mech This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat Wilbur is just awesomely goatish, and the death scene is simply great!
In he began to work for European publishers via a Buenos Aires-based art agency: His son is the noted cartoonist Enrique Breccia. Alberto Breccia was a truly visionarie, I think he was one of the few who really captured the essence of Lovecraft work. During the seventies, Breccia makes major graphic innovations in black and white and color with series like Un tal Daneri and Chi ha paura delle fiabe?
His son Enrique Breccia would also draw a cthuohu war stories for Fleetway in the late s, such as Spy The first and most comprehensive source of abstract comics on the web, tracing the history and surveying the contemporary landscape of abstract sequential art. 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.
Alberto Breccia – Cthulhu Myhtos I don’t know if it’s just my computer playing up but none of the links were working so I thought I’d add this one to Breccia’s adap of The Dunwich Horror.