Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Kaliman

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Flickr set here

Read about the history and origins of Kaliman in this Wikipedia article.

3 comments:

Lackey said...

These are fantstic, Kaliman must have had an eventful career.

There is a curious visual reference in one of the covers, The animal-like faces in this cover: http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5210/5205535728_7813d48d21_b.jpg seem to be derived from the Charles Le Brun's animal physiognomies, like this example: http://www.maitres-des-arts-graphiques.com/-Expo2/-EXB19.html

Ramses said...

I read Kaliman since kid, great Mexican pulp and also very inspired monsters.

regards.

MDV said...

Is that a vampire about to stake a normal woman? Dracula, you're doing it wrong.