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Pulp, Horror and Pop-Culture
Horror and Pulp often go together when you look at the beginning of the 20th century until the 50s. For example, that’s with the pulp Weird Tales that HP Lovecraft was able to get published for his first dark stories. So, that’s always a good idea to associate horror with this aesthetic, especially when you’re an artist as imaginative than Green Devil is.
This Brazilian artist understands all the codes from the horror but also from pulp covers. He reimagines famous characters from recent horror movies and transposes them in comic books covers that could have existed. We discover Frankenstein in a position that makes us think about the Hulk, or even a Satan reimagined as a super-hero. All those illustrations are full of colors and I can’t stop thinking about the possible stories that this creations could be.
Do not hesitate to have an eye on the Instagram of Green Devil to see his day-to-day work and to discover his amazing horrific world.