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Spanish Horror Film Legend Paul Naschy Dies

1 December 2009 9:41 AM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Spanish actor Paul Naschy was a leading star in horror films for forty years from the late 1960s.  He was best known for his role as the tragic werewolf, Waldemar Daninsky, which he originated in the 1968 film La Marca del Hombre Lobo (Mark of the Wolfman) from his own script.  Though the film pitted Daninsky against a pair of vampires, the movie was oddly retitled Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror when it was released in the United States.  He went on to play the werewolf in nearly a dozen subsequent films, many that he also co-scripted under his real name, Jacinto Molina.

Naschy was born Jacinto Alvarez Molina in Madrid on September 6, 1934.  He began working in films as an extra in the 1961 biblical feature King of Kings.  He appeared in small roles in a handful of films in the 1960s before creating the role of the werewolf Daninsky.

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From Slayer to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Art of Wes Benscoter

27 March 2009 4:23 PM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Self-taught artist Wes Benscoter began his professional career as an illustrator in 1992 with a series of airbrushed heavy metal album covers for the German record label Nuclear Blast. His images of the grotesque and the macabre quickly established him as one of the preeminent death metal artists and soon began to attract the attention of other musical genres and mainstream bands including AC/DC, Motley Crue, and The Offspring.

His “horror and skull imagery” soon caught the eye of leading thrash metal band Slayer, who commissioned Wes to do the cover art to their next record “Divine Intervention” as well as all their album, video and merchandise artwork for the next 3 years.

In 1996, Wes's catalog of death metal cover art, specifically the Relapse Records bands like Mortician and Deceased, appealed to the psychos at Ng Gallery in Tokyo, who brought him to Japan for a series of gallery exhibitions. He »

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Fangoria Graphix Announces "Werewolf" Graphic Novel Series By Paul Naschy

13 March 2009 12:00 PM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

Fangoria Graphix, the comic book, graphic novel and literary side of Fangoria Entertainment, is proud to announce the upcoming release of a series of graphic novels created by the legendary Spanish horror star Paul Naschy (Night Of The Werewolf, Horror Rises From The Tomb)!

Werewolf is a brand new, fully painted series of graphic novels based on his popular Hombre Lobo film series and its title character, the eternally cursed Waldemar Daninsky.  The first three volumes are subtitled The Return Of The Werewolf, The Origin Of The Curse and The Silver Katana.

The series was created and written by Paul, and features gore-geous painted artwork by the amazing Javier Trujillo. It will be available in both English and Spanish language editions.

Stay tuned to Fangoria.Com for more news and upcoming release dates »

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