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Thursday, December 07, 2006

Clive Barker's Rawhead Rex Comic/Graphic Novel (Eclipse 1993)

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Now I know alot of you could care less about things like comics (especially in digital format) but I've always been a huge fan of them since I was a kid, in particular Marvel comics. So I'll be occasionally be posting some here and there just for the hell of it. I'm not a ultra comic nerd like alot of the dudes in the DC++ hubs (no diss), so don't go and try an start a comic discussion with me, although I can probably find a particular one if you're looking.

So anyways, I'm starting off my comic book posts with a friggin banger. If you're not familiar with Clive Barker or Rawhead Rex you gotta check this out because it's fucking bad ass! I originally saw the movie when it came out and loved it. I've never read the book and I'm sure the movie sucks as an adaption but this is more up my alley. Here's an excerpt from the cover:

Thomas Garrow just stood and watched. There was nothing in him but awe. Fear was not for those who still had a chance of life. Thomas Garrow had none. He stared into the pitiless face of Rawhead Rex. Rawhead it was called because its head was huge and raw like meat. It was the last of a line of kings dating from before civilization, before Christ, when England was forest all over... and the home of unspeakable horror. The most famous and powerful story came from Clive Barker's Books of Blood is here unforgettably illustrated. The incomparable talent of Les Edwards brings ancient evil to life.

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4 comments:

Just Ice said...

Barker's my favorite horror writer, great share! The movie's not too bad of an adaptation I feel. If you find any more Barker, share it!

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