Chances are you’ve admired the bold, dramatic paintings of Frank Frazetta. But you haven’t seen the best of his art. A huge collection of his sketches, drawings and watercolor paintings is going up for sale—and you could gain a new appreciation for the master. Warning: NSFW images below!
Sony's just completed a deal that brings Robert Rodriguez's dream project — a live action version of Frank Frazetta's Fire and Ice — to the big screen. This is passion project for Rodriguez, who has been trying to make this homage to his friend for years. And it looks like it will finally happen.
Most of us are pretty familiar with the art of Frank Frazetta: his amazing Edgar Rice Burroughs illustrations. His original creation, the Death Dealer. And so much else. But you haven't really learned the story of Frank Frazetta, unless you've read a brand new book, Frank Frazetta: Art and Remembrances.
Monsters are horrifying, revolting... and often alluring. It makes sense that so many monsters would be hawt, since they're the ultimate predators and they need to be able to lure us into their clutches and stuff. But also, monsters represent the forbidden, and sexy danger, and they can get away with wearing outfits…
This is the last weekend for an exhibit that includes some trippy art like the above "War of the Worlds" painting by José Segrelles, alongside some glorious paintings by Frank Frazetta, H.R. Giger, Boris Vallejo and more. "At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic" is ending on Sunday, at the Allentown Art Museum of the…
Frank Frazetta's bare-legged babes and barbarian fashions might seem an odd fit for JRR Tolkien's asexual, Anglon-Saxon epic, but in 1975, Frazetta did indeed collect a portfolio of Lord of the Rings illustrations, putting his own dark fantasy spin on characters like Gollum, Eowyn, and the Witch-King.
The John Carter movie has a tough act to follow — we're used to seeing tons of amazingly thrilling art by masters like Frank Frazetta, showing weird creatures and heroic vistas. Now at last, there's some concept art from the movie that lives up to our dreams of Barsoom.
If fantasy artist Frank Frazetta had ever worked for Disney, perhaps we would have seen Mickey Mouse on a distant sand and sandals world plagued by ferocious monsters. This Frazetta-inspired painting gives us a glimpse of the Micky fantasy adventure that never was, but ignores one important question: What would Minnie…
Vampires. They're mysterious and dangerous — but most of all, they're alluring. They have the glamor of eternal youth, combined with centuries of style. But vampires also have their cute, playful, sexy side. And that's why there's vampire pin-up art.Lucy Westenra by Avelina de Moray via Vampirella by
The next movie for Robert Rodriguez was inspired by an artist known for his sexy, wild fantasy art, Frank Frazetta. Here's a collection Frazetta-esque concept art for Rodriguez's new flick, titled Fire And Ice.
Jeffrey Catherine Jones was part of a group of artists who helped to redefine both book illustration and comics in the 1970s. Jones passed away yesterday at age 67, but her incredible artwork will live on.
It's a diverse line-up at your friendly neighborhood comic book store tomorrow. Among many things, there's new Thor and Walking Dead, classic horror tales from comic masters, and a reprint of a great graphic novel from the director of Mirrormask.
What's in your friendly neighborhood comic shop tomorrow? A time-displaced shitkicker Dark Knight, adorably trippy Finnish trolls, and jungle adventures from the late Frank Frazetta. These are the comics we crave this gorgeous July day. Check it!
In case you'd forgotten how mind-blowing the art of the late Frank Frazetta and Frank Miller is, an art-lover paid a record-breaking $101,575 for Miller's black-and-white cover image for Daredevil #188. Check out Frazetta's even more expensive art below.
We lost a giant of fantasy and science fiction art earlier this week. The internet has been full of artists posting their own homages to Frank Frazetta's inimitable style. Here are some of our favorites, some of them NSFW.
Frank Frazetta passed away earlier today. The creator of many of the genre's most iconic barbarians, warriors and monsters, not to mention Battlestar Galactica and Buck Rogers art, Frazetta's influence will go on forever.
Some classic rock albums have cover art so trippy, it could be pulp science-fiction book covers. (Like that Queen one.) Can you tell the difference between album covers and pulp book covers? Take our quiz!
The recession may have meant that you couldn't buy that life-size Battlestar Galactica Raptor prop, but that doesn't mean that there aren't cheaper ways to nerd out. Especially with a week of comics like this.