March 13, 2009

Bruce Timm's Teen Bride of Frankenstein


Here’s an original and stunning pinup take on a wide-eyed Bride, done in signature style, all luscious brushwork, by artist/writer/producer/animator Bruce Timm. It’s obvious, based on numerous sketches and paintings published over the years, that the man loves Frankenstein.

You can pick up a copy of this piece as part of Monsters & Dames, a limited edition Art Book crammed with 48 pages of outstanding art by comics luminaries. It’ll be available at the show booth of the Emerald City ComiCon in Seattle, on April 4th and 5th. — And it’s for a good cause too: Part of the book’s $25 price tag is being donated to the Seattle Children’s Hospital.


Emerald City ComiCon. Scroll down to 02.17.09 and see more art from the book.

Thanks to Sam for the heads up.


Related:
Bruce Timm’s Frankenstein
Bruce Timm's Classic Bride
The Bride Unwrapped


4 comments:

The Vicar of VHS said...

I'm finding myself more and more drawn (ha!) to sexy representations of the Bride as time goes on. That "Bride Unwrapped" post is still favorited, I think. :) I probably shouldn't admit this in public...

Love Timm's style, though. He needs to do for the classic monsters what he did for DC Superheroes.

Esperanza said...

I don't think I've ever seen such a sexy version of the Bride! My love of Bruce Timm's style has never wavered, actually I think it just got a little stronger!

Thanks for sharinng it!

rob! said...

Beauuuuutiful piece.

Belle Dee said...

I never get tired of seeing Timm's beautiful work! Any time I see a piece I've never seen before, my jaw drops. As it did when I saw this!