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Dracula-Comic Book Cover: This is not based off of anything directly, its just a fun throwback inspired by some of the classic horror magazines that came out of the 1940's to 1960's, such as:

DICK BRIEFERíS FRANKENSTEIN- [link]

Creepy- [link]

Eerie- [link]

and Vampirella- [link]

I have also done a version like this with the Frankenstein Monster character: [link]
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The Curse of Frankenstein-1957-Hammer Horror:

Great re-imagining of the Frankenstein movie myth, done by Hammer Studios. This starred Peter Cushing as Victor Frankenstein and Christopher Lee as the Creature. Definitely one to check out and a Horror classic. This image is a mashing of different elements from the US release posters and the UK posters for the film.

You can check out the trailer for the film here: [link]

Learn more about it on wiki: [link]

and IMDb: [link]
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The Brain of Frankenstein-1948

This is an alternate title poster of the "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" poster I did here ( [link] ), originally the film was titled "The Brain of Frankenstein" but before shooting took place the title was changed. Below is some info on the film:

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) This is based off of the 1948 film "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein", the film is about Bud Abbott and Lou Costello who encounter the Frankenstein Monster (played by Glenn Strange), The Wolfman (Lon Chaney Jr.), and Dracula (Bela Lugosi reprises his role as Universal Studios Dracula for the second time since his original appearance in Dracula 1931), the film is funny and really fun to watch. The image is inspired by the opening animated sequence for the film.

You can learn more about the film on wiki: [link]

and on IMDb: [link]

and can watch the trailer on youtube: [link]
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il monstro de Frankenstein-1920:

This is the third film from the silent era to have been based off of Mary Shelley's novel "Frankenstein", the release date differs between sources, it jumps between either 1920 and 1921 and as of today no prints of the film have been found and is considered to be a lost film. There is really very little known about the film other then the general credits (director, writer, stars) and even less about the plot and really all is know is that the monster was created in a cave. There are a couple of promotional pieces for the film that have surfaced from that time period, one in particular depicts what we could say is the creature and his creator looking at him from a stair case. Below are some sites with some info and the images I mention regarding this film:

IMDb:www.imdb.com/title/tt0011481/

wikipedia:translate.google.com/translate…
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My lines, and Colors by the phenomenal flownominal :iconvest: who i shall definitely be returning to. Love the little details here and there that really make her so much more epic. Great stuff!

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Horror of of Dracula-1958

Based on the 1958 Hammer Studios version of the vampire classic "Dracula" and called "Horror of Dracula" in the US, starred Peter Cushing as Van Helsing and Christopher Lee as Dracula. This is one not to miss and is a great classic of horror cinema. The image here is a mix n' match including elements from the US and UK promotional posters. Example here:[link]

To learn more about the film check out IMDb:[link]
and wiki:[link]
and check out the trailer on youtube:[link]
and the BFI restoration trailer for the film:[link]
and have a look at the new official Hammer studios site:[link]
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Batman is not pleased.

-B!
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AIMEE & RIKKI
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Elizabeth Bathory-check out her history on wiki:[link]
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Power Girl of DC Comics

Ink and Copic Marker on 8x11 CardStock
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