We've been talking about Gris Grimly's eagerly awaited illustrated Frankenstein book for years now, but finally at this year's SDCC fans will be able to see it for themselves. He'll have limited copies available along with lots of other goodies.
Odd City Entertainment is excited to announce the next artist in its limited edition print series for Warner Bros. Pictures' and Legendary Pictures' Pacific Rim is Graham Erwin. Read on for more details and to see Erwin's artwork for the film.
We're all familiar with the band Flyleaf; however, did you know that the bass player, Pat Seals, is also an incredible wood block artist? And as we always try to bring you the coolest swag, one lucky Dread Central reader will soon own a print of his dark looking piece Green Heart.
Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival is gearing up for its 2013 event and looking for your help. Graphic artist Donald Caron will be designing this year's festival poster, and if you submit the winning concept, you're going to Fantasia for free!
If you're an art fan, you'll want to mark your calendar because at long last The Art of Todd McFarlane: The Devil’s in the Details, Todd McFarlane’s first and only art book, is scheduled to hit shelves nationwide on Wednesday, November 21, 2012.
More Dexter Videos: Desmond Harrington on Quinn's Evolution and a Look at the Show's Grand Central Terminal Artwork
In case you haven't had your fill of "Dexter" yet today, we have more videos to share, including Desmond Harrington discussing the evolution of his character, Joey Quinn, over the last few seasons.
If you're a fan of Terrance Zdunich's The Molting comic series and have been waiting for the follow-up to the first six issues, we have good news: Chapter 7, entitled “Supernatural Aid”, will be finally be available on Tuesday, October 2nd!
Graffito Books of London has announced that The Zombook, an art book devoted to zombies, is nearly complete, and the book will be available worldwide on September 24th. We have all the details you need along with a few sneak peeks.
There will definitely be a spooky and horrific feel to many of the works in the Dirty Lights group photo exhibit, which is being held at Swing House Studios, 7175 Willoughby Avenue, Los Angeles, California, on September 8th.
Renowned artist Gris Grimly won't be at this year's San Diego Comic-Con in person, but he'll definitely be there in spirit as Van Eaton Gallery will have available for sale signed and numbered giclee prints of his Broken Ballerina.
If you listen closely, you'll hear the collective sound of hearts breaking around the world. Alvin Schwartz's book series Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark has long been a gateway for kids to get into the genre with its spooky short stories and incredible artwork by Stephen Gammell. Sadly, HarperCollins, publisher of the terror tomes, has made one of the single most boneheaded decisions we've ever reported on.
With so many various Frankenstein projects swirling around us these days, it's hard to keep track of them all, but one we've been keeping an eye on for some time now is Gris Grimly's upcoming three-volume 200-page Frankenstein artbook, and today he showed off one of his newest illustrations.