Accuse me of immaturity, but I still love Frank Frazetta’s works of ax-wielding muscular warriors, scantily clad heroines and ferocious beasts of prey just as much now as when I was in my youth.
Frank in his prime… Handsome, no?
Frank Frazetta died on May 10, 2010.
Below, I have collected some of his work for your review:
The Flight of Icarus
The Silver Warrior
Monster Out of Time
Death Dealer II
The God Makers
The Moon’s Rapture
Tarzan and the Antmen
Jungle Tales of Tarzan
Land of Terror
Swords of Mars
Kane on the Golden Sea
The Mali Legend
Frank Frazetta sure does love him some naked peeps!!! Great artwork though. I like the barbarianism!! Great post Justin!
Haha. You’re right about that. He was definitely not one to let a little nudity scare him off… But, yeah, there’s something viscerally appealing about the barbarians, huh?
i have a velvet painting of the silver warrior. how can i tell if it is a Frazetta?
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one of the best artist of the world, congratulations….