Straight for the art | The Groovy Age of Horror's epic Flickr gallery

Does your love of trash put Oscar the Grouch to shame? Then feast your eyes, glut your soul on the (extravagantly NSFW) Flickr account of Curt Purcell, the blogger behind equally unworksafe horror-blogosphere cornerstone The Groovy Age of Horror. Curt's been sharing his extensive collection of pulp paperbacks and X-rated Italian horror comics for years now, and he's recently scanned in hundreds of their covers, helpfully divided into Fumetti, Horror Paperbacks, and the aptly named Sleaze Paperbacks for your browsing pleasure. For fans of the seedy side of Eurocomics or the lurid illustration styles of yesteryear, it's tough to top.

Also worth checking out: Curt's series of posts on Blackest Night (with an extensive detour into the classic Levitz/Giffen Legion storyline The Great Darkness Saga). A lapsed comics reader, Curt has been drawn back in by this year's big DC event's horror overtones, and his outsider/insider perspective regarding the evolution of "event comics" is quite fresh and eye-opening.

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