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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Page 1 of 2. The album includes the adaptation of the following short stories: Post a Comment Please note that anonymous comments will be rejected. This is how you kind of have to do Lovecraft to do cthklhu justice. Jochen Gerner, Abstraction Star Wars Find More Posts by Russell Nash. The things that Breccia does with texture, shape, and composition on these pages are incredible. The time now is You are commenting using your WordPress.
Click on the images to enlarge. December 31, Cthulhu MythosBuscavidas text by Carlos Trilloa Historia grafica del Chile and Perramusctuulhu by the work of the poet Juan Sasturain a pamphlet against the dictatorship in Argentina. Find More Posts by Soukesian. During the seventies, Breccia makes major graphic innovations in black and white and color with series like Un tal Daneri vreccia Chi ha paura delle fiabe?
Myths of Cthulhu: ALBERTO BRECCIA GRAPHIC ADAPTATIONS
This period did not last long. El Eternauta to Lovecraft Breccia Part 3: Whereas in the colored mixed media work, the ink work can sometimes kind of fade in the face of everything else going on at the moment. May 21, Email required Address never made public. Things like his Dracula stuff are hugely different, but still nonetheless brilliant. It presages somewhat the work mixed media horror work of Sienkiewicz and Dave McKean did in the 80s and early 90s—which I think for similar mechanical reasons, produced similarly ineffable results.
Anyway, I think this book functions beautifully as an artistic compliment to the stories covered. Easy Filehosting or from here in cbr comic format, for this you also need CDisplay which is a free software. It would be interesting to see more horror done in this way.
His stylistic scions were all over the pages of books like Vampirella, Creepy, and Eerie. Notify me of new posts via email. Alberto Breccia was a truly visionarie, I think he was one of the few who really captured the essence of Lovecraft work.
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Wilbur is just awesomely goatish, and the death scene is cthukhu great! Both versions feature a time traveller the “eternaut” who visits Oesterheld to warn of a future disaster. It wasn’t cheap, but it’s altogether a stunning volume, and I would imagine an English translation would sell very well.
But because the Breccia images are in black and white, there is more primacy to the ink and texture on the page itself. I remember the first time I saw a Breccia page.
Wednesday, January 03, Alberto Breccia Part 2: Soukesian Mystic Join Date: I was impressed by specifically the Call Of Cthulhu adaptation, which indeed is actually an almost abstract comic. Alberto Breccia – Cthulhu Myhtos Alberto Breccia was a truly visionarie, I think he albdrto one of the few who really captured the essence of Lovecraft work.
My dad – who introduced me to HPL’s work – was knocked out by it, so I tracked down a hardcover slberto of “The Cthulhu Mythos” as a birthday present.
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. I am interested in seeing some more from Informe Sobre Ciegos. Seriously though, if you’re an HPL fan, you have to see this, even if you can’t read the text. His son Enrique Breccia would also draw a few war stories for Fleetway in the late s, such as Spy As such I found Abstract Comics to be a revealing, thought-provoking and genuinely lovely book that I’ll be sure to be rereading in the months to come.
“Cthulhu Mythos: The Haunter of the Dark” by Alberto Breccia & Norberto Buscaglia, AR, 1975
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Mort Cinder Breccia Part 3: He captured something in his adaptions of Lovecraft that was very unique. Compare that to what Sienkiewicz had to do in Stray Toasters and Elektra Assassin—he almost had to concede the dissonance between his techniques and make that part of the story.