Bloody-Disgusting writers Farah Al-Hakkak (ShadowJayd) and Lonnie Nadler (Lonmonster) are back with more weekly commentary on the best horror artists and artwork that comics industry has to offer. Because there is still a severe lack of appreciation for comic book artists today, we felt that something should be done to remedy that. So, every Friday, there will be a new Visions of Horror art column posted in BD’s comics section, specifically profiling pieces that have made an impact on the industry, in order to show how significant art is in influencing a generation of people.
This week features the award winning artist Bernie Wrightson, and his critically acclaimed edition of Mary Shelley’s 18th century Gothic novel, “Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus”, one of the most influential pieces of horror fiction. “Bernie Wrightson’s Frankenstein” reprints Shelley’s 1831 edition, featuring seven years’ worth of meticulously rendered pen and ink illustrations to accompany her writing. READ MORE