The presence of the badly Photoshopped-in kitten made me think it must be a joke, but fortunately it's a real Tutis cover: better hurry, though, as Amazon only has one copy in stock!
Of course, once I'd fallen back into the sewers, I couldn't help fishing around to see what else I could find. Marvel at Tutis's intense campaign to humiliate Henry James.
|I think there's a lesson here for all of us.|
|I've been trying to caption this for 10 minutes, but nothing I've come up with can match the sheer glory of this cover.|
|Henry James meets Red Dawn, coming soon from those tedious shitheads who brought you Pride & Prejudice & Zombies & Jane Eyre & Erotica & Vampires & Haemorrhoids|
|If you look at the original painting this is stolen from, you can see that someone has ineptly clone-tooled a bunch of goblins and trolls out of the picture. Lucky! Otherwise this would have been completely inappropriate.|
|When literalism attacks|
|I'm amazed this isn't just a big close-up of an eye, to be honest.|
And to round things off, some other sublime Tutis work.
|Rohmer based his Yellow Peril stereotypes on some incredibly wild misinformation|
|To be fair, Frankenstein does contain ice. And bipeds.|
|First, throw away your fish.|
|'Now, Timmy, people are going to tell you that lopped off arms will fling coins into piggybanks while travelling at speed down lonely country roads. I'm sorry to tell you that this just isn't true.'|
|Well, I admit to being pretty fucking mystified myself.|