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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Arkham Studios presents: The Mad Arab Abdul al Hazred...



Anyone with an interest in Lovecraftian cinema is probably aware of whom Bryan Moore is, or at the very least, is aware of his work which is released through the Arkham Studios banner. Bryan's Legrasse Cthulhu Idol can be seen in the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society's film, The Call of Cthulhu, and his Lovecraft statue has been handed out, as the Howie award, for years at the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in both Portland, Oregon and San Pedro, California. His Lovecraft statue is, I think, the ultimate representation of H.P. Lovecraft, and I never tire of looking at the one that adorns my desk...

Bryan's other work includes statues of Edgar Allan Poe (check out the images of Jeffrey Combs and Stuart Gordon with the Edgar Allan Poe statue at a Nevermore performance in Los Angeles above and below), Brown Jenkin (also given out as an award at the HPLFF), Aleister Crowley, Anton Szandor LaVey and his latest work, the Mad Arab Abdul al Hazred...


Anyone interested in learning more about Bryan's work can visit the official Arkham Studios site here, and be sure to like Arkham Studios on facebook...

Order information for the Mad Arab Abdul al Hazred can be found below...

In 738: AD on the Yemen border, the legendary Mad Arab poet Abdul al Hazred was torn apart in broad daylight by invisible forces in front of a crowd of horrified onlookers.

His crime? Penning the dreaded and unspeakable tome, the Necronomicon.

One of HP Lovecraft's most enduring creations, Arkham Studios presents the Mad Arab himself nervously clutching the chained up Necronomicon and glancing over his shoulder in apprehension of the horrors to come.

The bust stands 10 inches tall and is finished in Arkham Studios traditional bronze rub over sturdy polymer resin.

Whether you put him on a bookshelf next to your own Lovecraft volumes, ritual chamber or next to our other Lovecraftian figures, this bust of the legendary poet of darkness will be sure to conjure up all things dark and dangerous………

Price: $200.00
Shipping: $20.00

Allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery


(Thanks to Bryan Moore)

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