The art of the Queen Of The Black Coast

April 6, 2010
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I’ll take just about any excuse to talk about the wondrous BrokenSea Audio Productions audio dramatization of Robert E. Howard’s Queen Of The Black Coast |READ OUR REVIEW|

The complete 7 part series is available via torrent and on Archive.org |HERE|) or right here:

This, my latest excuse, was prompted by a series of images posted over on the ComicTwart blog. Comic Twart is a cool collective of comics artists who post their stunning renderings of a selected character each week. Past character studies have included: John Carter Of Mars, Zorro, The Rocketeer and Dan Dare. Their most recently completed project is Robert E. Howard‘s Belit (the titular Queen Of The Black Coast herself)!

Here one of the amazing images, by Chris Samnee:

BELIT by Chris Samnee (from Robert E. Howard's QUEEN OF THE BLACK COAST)

And here are the rest:

|BELIT by Francesco Francavilla|
|BELIT by Evan Shaner|
|BELIT by Declan Shalvey|
|BELIT by Andy Kuhn|

Inspiring huh?

[via the admirable Bish’s Beat blog]

Posted by Jesse Willis

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