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The Art of Frankenstein : Nat Jones

A splendid illustration by Nat Jones adorns the cover of Rue Morgue magazine, out this week, celebrating Halloween and the 200 th Anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Jones is a renowned for his work in comic books, video games and film. We are also celebrating Halloween with the 2016 edition of John Rozum’s annual Countdown to Halloween. Click the badge on the menu, top right, and discover 100+ participating blogs.
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