Saturday, May 19, 2018

Poe 1947, Pt. 4

(Continued from Poe 1947, Pt. 3) 

"THE ADVENTURE OF HANS PFALL"    (Gallery of Illustrations)

I'm including a bonus gallery of illustrations by various artists over the decades.

"HANS PFALL" by Gerard Van  (1864)
"HANS PFALL" by ??  (1925)
"HANS PFALL" by Augusts Leroux  (1933)
"HANS PFALL" by Fritz Eichenberg  (1944)
"HANS PFALL" by Russell Hoban  (1963)
"HANS PFALL" by Hieronomous Fromm  (1985)
"HANS PFALL" by Joan-Pere Viladecans  (2004)
"HANS PFALL" by ??  (2006)
"HANS PFALL's 1830s Spacecraft" by KingOvRats  (2015)
"HANS PFALL" by ??  (19??)
"HANS PFALL" ??  (Editora Rideel  /  20??)
"HANS PFALL" by ??  (Libri Pass  /  20??)
"HANS PFALL" by Joel Akerman  (2016)
"HANS PFALL" by Sophie Potié  (20??)
"What Took You So Long?" by Jason Strutz  (2015)
Copyright (C) the various artists.

     Scans of "The Adventure Of Hans Pfall" by...
Gerald Van (1864) from the Potassium With a Capital K site,
?? (1925) from the TerceraFundacion site,
Auguste Leroux (1933) from the CuBra site,
Fritz Eichenberg (1944) from the Full Table site,
Russell Hoban (1963) from the Ragged Claws site,
Hieronomous Fromm (1985) from MY collection,
Joan-Pere Viladecans (2006) from the Yekibud site,
?? (2006) the ?? site,
KingOvRats (2015) from the Deviant Art site,
?? (??) from the Barberist site,
?? (Editora Rideel  /  20??) from the Editora site,
?? (Libri Pass  /  20??) from the LibriPass site,
Joel Akerman (2016) from the Illustration Centrum site,
Sophie Potié (20??) from the Mulpix site,  and
Jason Struzt (20??) from the Strutz Illustration site.

Restorations by Henry R. Kujawa

For more:
Read about Edgar Allen Poe at Wikipedia.
Read about Henry C. Kiefer at the Pulp Artists site.
See more Henry C. Kiefer art at the Comic Art Fans site.

     at Wikipedia.
Read the complete short story at the Xroad.Virginia.Edu site.

Read the Henry C. Kiefer HANS PFALL adaptation!
Read the Howard Nostrand HANS PFALL adaptation!
     (Coming soon:)
Read the Dino Battaglia HANS PFALL adaptation!
Read the Hieronomous Fromm HANS PFALL illustrated story!

See my Edgar Allan Poe overview at this very blog!

Gilberton's CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED are currently being reprinted--
     go to the CLASSIC COMICS STORE to BUY your own copies!!!  

(Continued in Poe 1947, Pt. 5)

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