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THE SKULL TEMPLE OF BETA GEMA

“The lone astronaut approaches the Skull Temple, the only known structure on the entire planet is the infamous “Skull Temple” also known as The Archives of Nebukari.

This rogue planet has wandered the cosmos luring in unsuspecting astronauts and adventurers with false maydays or promises of wonders and knowledge, like Sirens of old. The only known structure on the entire planet is the infamous “Skull Temple” also known as The Archives of Nebukari, and home to the entity called Ka. As the hapless explorer beholds the wonders of the temple complex and chases ghosts; Ka establishes a neural link to the astronaut’s home world. Once linked, the population is devoured and converted to more digital records and Beta Gema moves on to the next world to devour.

Promises of wonders and knowledge lure in unsuspecting astronauts and explorers for millennia. Though the entity Ka claims the archives are records of his visits to many worlds, they are in fact the digital remnants of those worlds – ghosts locked in the memory matrix.

All that remains after Ka feasts on a world.”

KAIJU MOVIE GENRE POSTER

“The Giant Monster films of Japan have become one of the most beloved and prolific movie genres, with dozens of films spanning seven decades. This Kaiju poster honors the tradition of Japanese monsters, in the first of (what I hope will be) a series of movie genre posters.

COSMIC TERROR PULP COVER

“Astronauts on a perilous rock.
Gigantic alien monsters!
A Galaxy of Adventure and Danger awaits in Cosmic Terror!

Unlike comics and graphic novels which had page after page of illustrations, pulp novels had only the cover artwork to entice you to read it. Inside were 100’s of pages of text and little to no graphics. These covers showed fantastical planets or monsters or spaceships that inspired my imagination and also lead my reading so many sci-fi novels. I’ve designed a few of my own pulp covers, as an homage to those covers that inspired me.

MAROONED ON DELTA 6

“CRASHED:
Astronauts fight for survival on a hostile rock!”.

Unlike comics and graphic novels which had page after page of illustrations, pulp novels had only the cover artwork to entice you to read it. Inside were 100’s of pages of text and little to no graphics. These covers showed fantastical planets or monsters or spaceships that inspired my imagination and also lead my reading so many sci-fi novels. I’ve designed a few of my own pulp covers, as an homage to those covers that inspired me.

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