September 7, 2010

The Art of Frankenstein : Arthur Adams



A bold and beautiful Bride, by comic book artist Arthur Adams.

Adams’ meticulous and elegant art has appeared in a number of X-Men comics, Alan Moore’s Tom Strong and an Eisner Award-winning Gumby one-shot. His art has graced the covers of such titles as Superman, Batman and Vampirella. His love for monster movies was expressed in a gorgeous graphic novel adaptation of Universal’s The Creature from the Black Lagoon, and a series of memorable Godzilla comics from Dark Horse.

The superb Bride sketch is from the collection of Emilio Lobato.


Arthur Adams’ Wiki page, and an interview from Comic Book Artist.


8 comments:

Emmy said...

Amazing artwork! And so much detail! Wow!

mth said...

She is way too STACKED. Great piece otherwise, but the comically large hooters detract from it.

Christopher said...

seems like BOOBS would have figured into the making of the female monster.."Fritz...Carl!..go out and round me up the best hooters you can find!"

rob! said...

The best part about using the corpses of porn stars is the implants don't decompose. Like if Victor Frankenstein was a character on Nip/Tuck.

David said...

Let's face it, if we could build our own bride, she'd probably look like this.

J.R. LeMar said...

This is fantastic! Adams is such a great artist. It's a shame he can't do sequential art on a regular basis, I'd love to see a monthly comic-book series from him.

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