Part No: ARTBK-THING
Weight: 5.12 lbs
Condition: NewLimited Slipcase EditionSKU: 170814-66824-2
Weight: 6.12 lbs
View All: John Carpenter | The Thing items
Lines: Cult Cinema Icons | Cult Flavor | The Museum of Fantasy Art
Genres: Action | Adventure | Cult Cinema | Horror | Science Fiction | Thrillers
Studio: Printed In Blood
Original U.S. Release: June 25, 1982
Item Release Date: August 1, 2017
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Celebrating the 35th anniversary of John Carpenter’s sci-fi/horror cult classic film The Thing, The Thing Art Book showcases a 400-page first volume hardcover of Printed In Blood’s Artbook series, featuring more than 375 brand-new pieces of artwork created specifically for this collection. The project brings together artists from the worlds of comics, fine art, animation and illustration. Over 350 artists from all over the world have contributed art for this comprehensive collection.
Also included in the book is an all-new introduction by horror director/actor/producer Eli Roth, along with an afterword by the Master of Horror himself, John Carpenter.
The samples attached to this listing include the cover by John J. Hill, along with art work by Tony Harris, Kelley Jones, Kyle Lambert, Daniel Nash and Bill Sienkiewicz.
- Pages: 400
- Size: 9 x 12 inches
In John Carpenter’s 1982 cult classic sci-fi epic The Thing, workers at a research facility in Antarctica come across an alien force that can become anything it touches with 100% accuracy. The crew must find out who’s human and who’s not before it’s too late for them all.
About Limited Slipcase Edition
This VERY limited (Only 250 made) slipcase edition features an all new wrap cover and matching slipcase featuring the artwork of Illustration legends Bill Sienkiewicz and Tony Harris. This package also includes a set of six – 8.5 x 11 mini-prints of artwork newly created just for this set. Featuring artists Joel Gomez, Buzz, Greg Smallwood & more.
Cast: Charles Hallahan | David Clennon | Donald Moffat | Joel Polis | Keith David | Kurt Russell | Peter Maloney | Richard Dysart | Richard Masur | T.K. Carter | Thomas G. Waites | Wilford Brimley
Directors: John Carpenter