Kris Kool is a French graphic novel by Philip Caza that was published in 1970 by Eric Losfeld/Le Terrain Vague. Copies are extremely hard to come by, and very little information on it exists about it online. Stunning colors and mind-melting imagery abound…
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Australian illustrator Dr. Faustus is recreating the classic H. P. Lovecraft tale The Call of Cthulhu as a Dr. Seuss-style children’s book.
Shock Value by Jason Zinoman chronicles the rise of George Romero, Wes Craven, John Carpenter and a handful of other young, eccentric filmmakers whose grim and confrontational visions revitalized the 60s/70s horror genre and laid the groundwork for what is modern horror today.
The annual Crazy 4 Cult art show at Gallery 1988 in LA brings various pop culture-influenced artists together to celebrate cult movies. Crazy 4 Cult: Cult Movie Art presents an array of works from the first 4 years of the show, with artwork inspired by such movies as The Big Lebowski, Donnie Darko, Office Space and many more.
Four Color Fear: Forgotten Horror Comics of the 1950s is a delightfully sadistic foray into the darker side of comics’ “Golden Age.”
Women of the Underground: Music—Cultural Innovators Speak for Themselves is a series of 20 interviews with influential female musicians from a variety of genres ranging from rock, punk, goth, industrial, ska, performance art and more.