Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Neverwhere



Amazing Richard Corben (USA, 1940)

8 Comments:

Blogger CILENCIO NO SE CALLA said...

ESTE ES DE LOS QUE ME DAN ENVIDIA DE LO QUE SABEN DE ANATOMÍA Y DE LUZ, Y TODO ESO LO PONEN EN HISTORIETA, QUE NO ES HACER UN CUADRO O UNA TAPA POR MES.
BUENO, A MÍ CREO QUE TODOS ME DAN ENVIDIA...

11:05 pm  
Anonymous luciano ramos said...

Grande Grillo,
Tienes imagenes de Carlos Nine para anexar em su blog?
Gracias e salud!
Luciano

11:59 pm  
Blogger A. Riabovitchev said...

I imagine how happy was artist drawing a huge penis !Especially on a silhouette.:O)

7:12 am  
Blogger limbolo said...

It's been a while since I saw Den's dong.
How censored and quotidian contemporary muscle-action comics look compared to this.
Can this really be as old as 1940?

11:35 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

1977 was the year of publication as a book. The comics pre-date "Star Wars"

12:21 pm  
Blogger Michael said...

I seem to remember doing some work on an animated film of this BD in the late 70's (or early 80's).

Was it one of Pat Gavin's projects? Or Jerry Hibbert's ?

I think it was called Heavy Metal because the comics had first been published in that magazine ( Metal Hurlant).

2:09 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

Yes..That was it..It was done at TVC...I don't remember the results being very impressive...I can't remember who figured as a director...Wasn't Gerry Potterton?

9:24 am  
Blogger Pete Western said...

As far as I recall Gerry Potterton was overall director of the film and the various story sequences were handed out to directors in Canada and Britain. Jerry Hibbert and Pat Gavin directed the Den sequence. Jerry told me every studio that worked on the film lost money except his but that's only because he put in 18 hour days for weeks on end.

9:29 pm  

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