100 GREATEST POSTERS of FILM NOIR! Top 10! This is it!
The top ten! I had imagined that I would write extensive blurbs for each of the posters that made the final list, but I realized in the course of preparing the images for posting that these posters, like all superior examples of graphic design, really speak for themselves. Heck, the poster in the top spot is so conceptually complete that one almost need not watch the film! Yet I’m a professor, and a verbose one at that, so the blurbs are present as usual — and to be honest, writing them has…
Dutch written pulpmagazine/paperback of Conald Lueger - vampier of vlinder (translation could be: vampire or butterflie) issued in 1960 as nr 36 of the Faun collection by Uitgeverij A.B.C. in Antwerpen, Belgium. Nice cover by ...... (as usual in this Faun collection the cover is taken from USA magazines, see the nice piece of the gangster rifle
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Chandler At The Neptune by Jim Steranko
This scene has haunted me for nigh on forty years. When I first saw it, I was a club'n king, but all our clubs in the seventies were dance clubs. I love to dance, and we had Pandora's, Tulagi's (where they once premiered Michael Jackson's Thriller on a giant screen above the dance floor), and The Rush, that held a thousand dancers on multi-level dance floors