Tegan O'Neil is the author of today's Bernie Wrightson memorial column. That's a new column generally for O'Neil. Rob Clough on LOVF. everything stays on-line forever. The Beat digs through Rian Sygh's twitter thread on his comics-related finances. Show More Summary
Offered up in tribute to the late Berni Wrightson, here's his Monsters coloring book!
Ghouls, headless horsemen, werewolves and monsters in all stages of reanimation recently lost a key patron. On March 19, Liz Wrightson confirmed that her husband, Bernie, beloved artist and creator of many things that go bump in the night, had died at 68 after a long battle with brain cancer. "Creepy...
Mr. Wrightson, who learned his craft by studying comics and taking correspondence courses, loved to meet fans and attend conventions.
Stephen King, Guillermo del Toro, and more look back at the work of the 20th century master illustrator of horror, monsters, and suspense.
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We’ve been mourning the loss of legendary artist Bernie Wrightson since we learned the sad news of his passing over the weekend, but we’ve been finding a whole lot of comfort in how much Wrightson’s fans have been celebrating his incredible legacy all across social media. Two days later, my Facebook and Twitter feeds are […]
Bernie Wrightson passed away over the weekend, but the legendary artist's impact on comics and our lives will never be forgotten The post Remembering Bernie Wrightson appeared first on CBR.
Bernie (Berni) Wrigntson was an American comics artist and illustrator known for his work on horror comics for DC Comics and Warren Publishing, on titles like Batman and, in particular, Swamp Thing. Bernie Writghtson died on Saturday at the age of 68. His work on Swamp Thing set new standards for horror comics art and […]
Publishers and creators remember the influential artist and the man.
Death has been everywhere lately this March of 2017. Actor Bill Paxton. Rock and Roll pioneer Chuck Berry. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Jimmy Breslin. The great artist Bernie Wrightson. Underground comics’ Jay Lynch and Skip Williamson. ComicMix’s Tweeks Maddy and Anya Ernst’s grandmother. Fellow columnist Marc Alan Fishman’s college friend. My dad. As Martha […]
Over the weekend we lost a legend of the horror genre, something that has been happening way too frequently in recent years. As announced on his official website, artist Bernie Wrightson has passed away at age 68 after a long battleShow More Summary
BERNIE WRIGHTSON didn’t draw lines as much as he seemed to summon them from the deep. His pen spun out dark and supernatural visions in such spellbinding detail that to some comics fans, Wrightson rendered Poe to be Baltimore’s second greatest master of the macabre. It was in Baltimore, in fact, that Wrightson got his […]
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Bernie Wrightson, the prolific horror comic book artist, died on Sunday after a long battle with brain cancer, his wife announced on his official website. He was 68. Wrightson is best known for co-creating the DC Comics monster Swamp Thing with Len Wein in 1971. Show More Summary
Legendary artist Bernie Wrightson has passed away The post Remembering Bernie Wrightson (1948-2017) appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
I'm sad to hear about the passing of horror illustrator and concept artist Bernie Wrightson (1948-2017). He's at the center of this picture, which also includes Pete Von Sholly (far left) and Dave Merritt at Jonas' Studios in 1993.
As reported by Variety, horror comic book artist Bernie Wrightson has died after a “long battle” with brain cancer. He was 68. Wrightson is best known as the artist who co-created the iconic DC Comics character Swamp Thing (alongside...Show More Summary
Bernie “Berni” Wrightson, a comic book artist known for his iconic Frankenstein illustrations and co-creating DC’s Swamp Thing, has passed away after battling brain cancer. The news was shared on his website by his wife, Liz Wrightson. Read more...
Bernie Wrightson, co-creator of DC Comics' creature Swamp Thing and artist, died after a battle with brain cancer. He was 68. His wife, Liz Wrightson, confirmed the news via her husband's website on Sunday morning. "It is with great sorrow that I must announce the passing of my beloved husband, Bernie. Show More Summary