By Kofi Outlaw – August 21, 2018 08:45 pm EDT Share 1 Comments 1 Anime and horror are two of the biggest genres in the entertainment industry these days – which is why any crossover between these former niche sub-cultures is a welcome hybrid for so many fans. To that end, those same fans will probably get a serious kick out of this new collection of artwork, which re-imagines some of horror’s darkest moments and monsters in anime format. Check out a small sampling of that work, below! Horror favorites recreated as anime by artist Ahriman. pic.twitter.com/bnKeFLGUKA — Genre Cult Cinema (@thegenrecult) August 15, 2018The work comes from Russian artist Dmitry Grozov, who already made a big impression with a gallery of anime versions of iconic action movies. Following the latest tweet from left to right, clockwise, you have: Freddy Krueger in A Nightmare on Elm Street Jason Vorhees in Friday the 13th Michael Myers in Halloween The alien parasite from The Thing As you can see in the comments of the tweet, there are some pretty clear favorites in the running for horror icons that deserve the anime treatment.1commentsThe clear frontrunner seems to be The Thing. John Carpenter’s iconic… Read full this story
- Over 100 works in new art exhibition
- Discover The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
- Glamour, decadence, raids and scandal: art's greatest nightclubs
- Celebrating 30 Years Ahead of the Curve in Art
- Art deco 'desert rat-style' 1949 Mercury gets the heart of a Tesla and enters the fast lane as a modern EV
- Why Was 1976 Such an Amazing Year for Horror Movies?
- The eclectic collection of Italy's 'Peggy Guggenheim'
- Metropolitan Art in Motion
- Looted art: the new currency for Venezuela's corrupted elite
- The unexpected art of Ghana's hand-painted movie posters
Horror Icons Get Anime Makeover in New Art Collection have 281 words, post on comicbook.com at August 21, 2018. This is cached page on GameMaz. If you want remove this page, please contact us.