Horrorhound Cover Gives Ghostface The Painted Treatment

Horrorhound #28’s cover gives a jarringly wonderful glimpse into what a Scream poster might have looked like if it were made in the 70’s or 80’s before publicity became almost completely photo-based. The issue is now on sale and features a Scream retrospective and Scream 4 coverage.

While Fangoria will probably have them beat in terms of exclusive material, Horrorhound is definitely victorious in the cover stakes.

Thanks to Wayne Boczar for the tip.

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6 Responses to “ Horrorhound Cover Gives Ghostface The Painted Treatment ”


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  1. I don’t understand why they did a painting. Why not just use a photograph?

  2. @ Eric

    Cause art is cool.

    Maybe it’s Stab art.

  3. Very cool!

  4. Love it. Pulp horror.

  5. Horror Hound almost always do paintings for their covers. It’s way more eye-catching then a picture.

  6. Awesome painting. BTW, i hope we get some news this week! It feels like it’s creeping again. Last few weeks it was crazy because it felt like we were getting new news aevery few days. Now, it just feels kinda slow. I wish they would give us a full fledged operating website with wallpapers and such.

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