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Attention Clive Barker Fans!

Clive Barker is mostly known as a fantasist and a director. He is however an excellent painter and illustrator as well and his art is as disturbing as his best books. John Coulthart points out in his blogspot that there will be an exhibition of his artwork in Carlisle this Saturday. I am a huge


Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown (Film Review)

We ‘ve made mention of the documentary Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown some time ago on this site (http://www.crowsnbones.com/2010/02/stranger-aeons/). At last, I had the chance to watch it and I ‘m pleased to report it’s excellent. Frank H. Woodward’s film is an evocative overview of Lovecraft’s life and times and a great introduction to one


Left Hand Path: William Burroughs is back…

While reading John Coulthart’s indispensable blog, I came across the news that Fantagraphics Books are about to publish Ah Pook Is Here, William Burroughs’ previously unreleased graphic novel. It’s a collaboration with artist Malcolm McNeill that has never seen the light of day before. This is brilliant news for me, as I ‘ve read almost


Grand Magus

    Alan Moore (Watchmen, V For Vendetta, Swamp Thing, The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen) is of course a comic book legend, respected author, performance artist, master of the occult and grumpy old bastard. He is also one of our heroes and inspirations, so it’s always great to see he has new projects down the


An Interview with John Coulthart

John Coulthart’s illustrations and designs have haunted our culture since 1982. He has created artwork for Hawkwind, Craddle Of Filth, John Hassell and others. He has illustrated the work of Alan Moore and Steve Perkins and has provided iconic cover illustrations and designs for Michael Moorcock, Jeff VanderMeer, Philip Jose Farmer and Joe R. Lasdale.