A couple of years ago at HorrorHound Indy, my brother in-law found this booth with some really great poster prints for sale. Somehow I missed out, but we found him again at Days of the Dead Indy in 2017 and HorrorHound in September.
This is Cory, the man behind Vile Consumption and his awesome recreations of old super hero comic books into iconic horror movie monster comic covers. These are great!
Cory Holliday: I love many different genres, the superhero/comic book fan art has exploded in the past few years and that’s where I started. I wanted to expand my range but i still appeal to the comic crowd. So that’s where the mashup art started.
CH: I try to pencil and ink just as original comic art was made 50 years ago, it gives it that retro feel. Then I use photoshop for the digital colors and to grunge it up. I like the worn feel to it .
CH: Comic art mostly. I also use acrylic paint to do abstract stuff just to change up mediums
CH: I’m a 90s kid so the more lines the better! So of course Jim Lee, angel Medina, and Greg Capullo. Robson Rocha and Brad Walker are the 2 best comic artists working today. Watching Alex Pardee in the last 10 years show how “monster” art can be considered fine art has really inspired me.
CH: I try to keep it affordable it all depends on what people are looking for prices usually start around 150. I do sketches for 30-50
CH: Anything john carpenter. I’m real heavy on Labyrinth, you cant go wrong with tangerine dream on the soundtrack!
CH: Horrorhound and Days of the Dead Indy this weekend and hopefully more to come!
CH: My enamel pin series “murder comics” is continuing with volume 3 Michael Myers and volume 4 will be revealed soon!