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Tag Archives: monster
It seems that everything old is new again.
Another old sketchbook that has withstood every attempt to commit a decent drawing to it’s pages has bitten the dust. It continued to fight my efforts, but occasionally when I cracked it open on the Market-Frankford El without a notion … Continue reading
I was up tending to my long neglected third floor studio trying to cut a path through the clutter so I could get some work done when I uncovered another forgotten, hardbound sketchbook on a shelf in a closet. At … Continue reading
I snapped this photo in the Italian Market in Philadelphia and applied a little Photoshop magic to evoke the spirit of Halloween.
Imagine making it to Third Base with the hottest girl in school using an ordinary TV set and a set of instructions that only cost THREE BUCKS!!!
…or make that Giant McNichols!
I wasn’t going to include George A Romero’s 1968 classic because it is too much of an obvious choice. Because of the spate of zombie movies, comedies, remakes and particularly due to the success of The Walking Dead television series, … Continue reading
Walking to work on trash days I’m noticing a certain disenchantment with my favorite of all holidays before the day has even arrived!
This was sort of a forbidden fruit for kids growing up in the early 1970s.
Last week I looked at the legendarily bad Plan 9 From Outer Space and the sadly forgotten Invisible Invaders both of which are forerunners to the modern zombie genre that George Romero kicked off with his classic Night of the … Continue reading
If it’s a ghost, shouldn’t that be Death Size?