Thursday, November 18, 2010

Frazetta does Flashman

1973

1974

9 comments:

Deka Black said...

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G said...

Interesting covers. And the blurbs do make me want to pick up the book to see what's what with what.

The bottom cover has some similarities to the cover that he did for Molly Hatchet's "Flirtin' with Disaster" LP, specificaly, the pose and facial expresssion struck by the rider is much the same as the warrior and his battle axe on the album cover.

Evan Lewis said...

Don't know Frank Frazetta or Harry Flashman, Deka? Two greats who crossed paths on these two occasions.

George said...

Frazetta could do anything well. I love these covers! Surprisingly, I haven't seen them in any of the Frazetta artbooks I own.

Charles Gramlich said...

Always loved these covers. I think I have both these. But I've only read one Flashman book and I thought it was OK but it didn't just set me afire.

Anonymous said...

Frazetta probably helped turn thousands of young kids into ass men

Dan

Nik said...

Cheeky! Over the years I've enjoyed all of the Flashman books. I'd definitely recommend Flashman and the Redskins. Oh, and you learn quite a bit of history along the way, too, in all his books.

darwination said...

http://i51.tinypic.com/25rzfie.jpg

Anonymous said...

English isn't my primary language, yet I can fully understand it using the google translator. Very good post, keep them coming! Say thanks a lot!