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New Drawings and Drive-In movies

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Friday, August 7, 2009,

I’ve been busy and posted A few more drawings.  The drawing titled “Book Demon” was inspired by Japanese horror comics.  He’s an assembled creature: hooves, feathers on the shoulders and horns –a bad ass!

I also added a drive-in movie section.   Here you can find good clips and movie trailers of classic monster movies.  Yeah, I know: it would have been hard to have seen Dracula in a drive-in movie theater since Bela Lugosi’s movie was made in 1931 and drive-ins came into use in th...


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Finders Keepers

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Friday, July 24, 2009,

As a kid I loved monsters, but avoided watching the movies because I would get nightmares!  We lived out in the middle of nowhere –no streetlights for miles!  The oak trees would cast the deepest shadows, hiding the monsters that waited around each tree trunk. 

One night my brother came upon a box that was marked “Finders Keepers”.  He ran home and led me to the spot where the box was.  It was in front of our neighbor’s house: Ted’s house.  Ted had two grown sons and this box was f...


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Showing Tag: "monster" (Show all posts)

New Drawings and Drive-In movies

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Friday, August 7, 2009,

I’ve been busy and posted A few more drawings.  The drawing titled “Book Demon” was inspired by Japanese horror comics.  He’s an assembled creature: hooves, feathers on the shoulders and horns –a bad ass!

I also added a drive-in movie section.   Here you can find good clips and movie trailers of classic monster movies.  Yeah, I know: it would have been hard to have seen Dracula in a drive-in movie theater since Bela Lugosi’s movie was made in 1931 and drive-ins came into use in th...


Continue reading ...
 

Finders Keepers

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Friday, July 24, 2009,

As a kid I loved monsters, but avoided watching the movies because I would get nightmares!  We lived out in the middle of nowhere –no streetlights for miles!  The oak trees would cast the deepest shadows, hiding the monsters that waited around each tree trunk. 

One night my brother came upon a box that was marked “Finders Keepers”.  He ran home and led me to the spot where the box was.  It was in front of our neighbor’s house: Ted’s house.  Ted had two grown sons and this box was f...


Continue reading ...
 
 

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Cliff Robertson I'm a cartoonist who has many interest namely old time monsters and scary fun. I made this website to share creepy-fun stuff.
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