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Friday, December 03, 2010

Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein (E-Book) (1983)




Update: I forgot to mention that the file in the RAR archive is in .cbz format, a Comic Book Reader file. I recommend using either CDisplay or ComicRack if you don't already have a comic book reader program. If you would prefer, you can simply change the extension to .rar and extract all of the images to a folder.

Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 33

Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 33



Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 34

Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 34



Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 43

Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 43



Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 27

Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 27





Bernie Wrightson's Frankenstein - Page 9





2 comments:

belinda said...

Not sure if this is relevant or helpful to fans - Bernie will be in Dallas, TX, in May for a comic book convention. Tickets are only $15, and you get to meet a legend! The official stuff below is from the website:

The biggest comic book convention DFW has ever seen is coming up this May 21-22. With the impressive guests list and an exciting new convention center, this is shaping up to be an event you simply can't miss.

Special Comic Book Guests:
Stan Lee - creator of SPIDER-MAN, FANTASTIC FOUR, X-MEN
John Romita Jr. - legendary Marvel artist IRON MAN, SPIDER-MAN
Amanda Conner - artist POWER GIRL, THE PRO, VAMPIRELLA
Jimmy Palmiotti - writer of JONAH HEX, POWER GIRL, PUNISHER
Ethan Van Sciver - artist of GREEN LANTERN, FLASH, X-MEN
Bernie Wrightson - co-creator of SWAMP THING
Steve Niles - creator of 30 DAYS OF NIGHT, CRIMINAL MACABRE
Tim Bradstreet - cover artist PUNISHER, HELLBLAZER, HELLRAISER
Todd Nauck - noted SPIDER-MAN artist of the Barack Obama story
Mitch and Elizabeth Breitweiser - artists of CAPTAIN AMERICA
James O'Barr - creator and artist of THE CROW
Kristian Donaldson - artist of CHUCK, DMZ, 99 DAYS
Kerry Gammill - artist of SUPERMAN, POWER MAN AND IRON FIST

Special Media Guests:
Leonard Nimoy - Spock on original STAR TREK, star of FRINGE
Carrie Fisher - Princess Leia in original STAR WARS trilogy
Laurie Holden - star of THE WALKING DEAD, THE MIST
IronE Singleton - star of THE WALKING DEAD on AMC
John Wesley Shipp - star of THE FLASH, DAWSON'S CREEK
Amanda Pays - star of THE FLASH and MAX HEADROOM

There will be Q&A panels going on all weekend, and you can
shop the dealer room for fantastic bargains. The show is held at the brand new Irving Convention Center, off of O'Connor and 114 in Irving, TX. For all the latest info and full
schedule, check out http://dallascomiccon.com

Snowy said...

I just stumbled on this book as I've got a library book of Frankenstein and really want my own copy. As a comic lover, ex-art student, and visual communications student, this is absolutely stunning! Thank you for the upload - I will be hounding my local comic stores to see if they can get the reprint in for me. :)

At first I thought it might have been a set of illustrations for the recent stage adaption by Danny Boyle. Wrightson's portrayal of Victor is eerily similar to Benedict Cumberbatch, one of two actors to play Victor. But these were drawn way back!