The Dark Inker Delivers An Astounding ‘2-fer’ With Tributes To “Blow” & “Goodfellas”

Most artists get approached to do commissions one at a time.  Stephen Sampson, AKA The Dark Inker, has just completed an astounding “2-fer” commission that includes the films “Blow” and “Goodfellas.”  Both films are phenomenal and Stephen’s posters for each one fall into that same category.  We asked Stephen about this project and here is…

Candykiller Asks “Who Is Hunting Who?” With His New “Predator” Print

“If it bleeds, we can kill it…..”
When the sci-fi, action flick “Predator” first came out back in 1987, it blew my mind.  My favorite scene is when they all start shooting into the jungle at their unseen enemy.  They are wreaking havoc, Mac starts laying waste to vegetation with Blain’s crazy M134 Minigun they are pumping grenades into…

Johnny Dombrowski Re-imagines The Cover To Harlan Ellison’s “Dangerous Visions” For Sci Fi Now’s Book Club

Back in 1967 author Harlan Ellison released a ground-breaking science fiction short story anthology called “Dangerous Visions.”  A path-breaking collection, Dangerous Visions helped define the New Wave science fiction movement, particularly in its depiction of sex in science fiction.  It’s been said that Dangerous Visions “almost single-handedly changed the way readers thought about science fiction.”

(Original first edition cover)
The list of the…

EXCLUSIVE: May The 4th Be With You: Orlando Arocena Takes Classic Hip-Hop To A Galaxy Far, Far Away

I think it’s a safe assumption but you NEVER saw this coming.  Today, all over the big blue marble, generations of fans are celebrating Star Wars, past and future.  Artist Orlando Arocena decided to combine two of his loves, hip-hop and Star Wars into one incredible mashup utilizing his stylized, “pop-deco” flair.

Here is what Orlando…

Andy Fairhurst’s “Nerd’s Eye View” Series Embraces The Fantasy World Of “Game Of Thrones”

We have been huge fans of Andy Fairhurst’s “Nerd’s Eye View” series from day one.  Andy’s unique perspective on pop culture has tackled Star Wars, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Avengers, Pixar’s UP (one of my wife’s favorites), James Bond, Back To The Future and more.  This time out he has brought this unique…

David Moscati Turns In An Impressive Commemorative Print For “Invasion Of The Body Snatchers 1956”

Recently, Spoke Art and Trailers From Hell held a fantastic double screening up at the historic Roxy Theater in San Francisco.  The movies were the 1956 and the 1978 versions of the sci-fi classic, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.” Director of the 1978 version, Philip Kaufman, was on hand to answer questions.  Personally, I’m glad…