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Illustrations that made Edgar Allan Poe's stories even more horrifying [Edgar Allan Poe]

3 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

In 1919, everyone wanted a copy of the deluxe edition of Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination, but not because it was bound in vellum with real gold lettering. It was because of these grim and gorgeous illustrations by Harry Clarke, which added an extra dose of horror to Poe's already terrifying tales. More »
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Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery by Graphic Classics

Genres / Horror : Grim Reviews (3 years ago)

Eureka Productions is scheduled to release another installment of their famous Graphic Classics series shortly. Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery brings together several new illustrated stories previously unseen in their series. It... Read Post

Face-melting illustrations of Poe's terrifying tales from a 1969 Japanese pulp magazine

Genres / Sci Fi : io9 (2 years ago)

What do you get when you mix horror writer Edgar Allan Poe with a Japanese sh?nen manga magazine from 1969? One issue of Weekly Sh?nen Magazine featured a series of Edgar Allan Poe's tales of terror, pairing them with these rich and... Read Post

Harry Clarke’s Illustrations for Poe Tales

Odd : Neatorama (3 years ago)

See 24 scans of the images from the book Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Edgar Allan Poe. The collection was first published in 1908, but the 1919 edition included illustrations by Harry Clarke, which made the stories much more ... Read Post


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