Barry Windsor-Smith Horror Art


Of The Studio artists, of course Bernie Wrightson was the horror artist, but Barry Windsor-Smith could draw some really creepy stuff.


Whithering, 1975.



The Witch.


Thoth Amon, 1975.


Barry in the back. Front row, l-r: Bernie Wrightson, Michael Kaluta, Jeff Jones. 1977.

Love on the Nile


Love on the Nile by Tom Lovell.



From The Art of Romance.

Tuesday Odds and Ends



Popular Teen-Agers #8, July 1951. Cover by L.B. Cole.


Black Evening Dress by Al Buell, 1961.


Canadian Mountie by Dean Cornwell, 1919.


Pulp illustration by Frank R. Paul, no date.

Neal Adams' Savage Sword of Conan


Here's a very nice cover by Neal Adams for Savage Sword of Conan #2. Below that is a scan of the original art hand-colored by Adams.



Savage Sword of Conan #2, October 1974.

Indian chief half sleeve



A cool Half sleeve, I started today.... will get better shots when we do the last session.

Cupcakes and Headphones



Ann Margret


Ann Margret, born in a 1941, is an actress, singer, and dancer. Her famous movie roles include Viva Las Vegas (1964), Carnal Knowledge (1971), The Train Robbers (1973)and Tommy (1975).

Planet of Peril Cover by Roy Krenkel


Here is a preliminary painting by Roy Krenkel for the cover of the book Planet of Peril by Otis Adelbert Kline. Below that is a scan of the published book, published in 1963.

Frank Frazetta's Lord of the Rings


Published by Middle Earth, 1975.

Russ Heath The Lone Ranger


Here's a couple of Russ Heath Lone Ranger strips from 1983 I'm happy to own. In the first one, that's the Lone Ranger in disguise with the beard. Which is kind of funny, because he could just take his little mask off, and then no one should know he's the Lone Ranger.


Jaws of Death!


Here's an eye-catching cover by Richard Corben.


Creepy #101, September 1978.

Alex Schomburg Mayhem


Really no words to describe how wonderful this cover is...



Cover art by Alex Schomburg for Sky Raiders pulp, Spring 1944.

Jet Dream


Here's a cool Gold Key comic cover I ran across...


Jet Dream #1, June 1968.

Wrightson: Heresy Kingdom Come Cards


Here's some cards Bernie Wrightson did in 1995 for a card game series called "Heresy: Kingdom Come." I don't know a thing about these collectible card games, but here's some Wrightson art and that's good enough for me.