Naschy-a-thon continues here at the Cavalcade, (as well as all over the horror blog-i-verse, which is truly awesome) with a handful of Paul-related items I have scattered about my house. First up, we have my original poster from Spain for REVENGE OF THE MUMMY, which I featured here when I received it. It's still in my foyer and it still looks fantastic and brings me happiness every time I take off my shoes. (You have to take off your shoes in the foyer before you come into the rest of the house.)
Next up, is my one sheet for WEREWOLF VS. THE VAMPIRE WOMEN, a favorite title of mine. I bought this as a present for someone and then when it arrived, I decided to keep it for myself. I'm a lousy gift giver, because I always want to keep everything for myself.
Thirdly, is me in my MARCA DEL HOMBRE LOBO shirt, which is about five sizes too big, but I rock it anyway. Here, I'm about to go to my kickboxing class. I even represent Hombre Lobo at the gym, mofos! The amazing Jon Kitley has these shirts for sale, amongst some other great titles you can't find anywhere else at his site, Kitley's Krypt. And he's down with the blog-a-thon, so you should check him out. His collection of Naschy-a-bilia is as incredible as it is gorgeous.
I have a Naschy inspired tattoo, which I blogged about here when I got it. It's still there and I still love it.
And, the newest addition to my collection:
This utterly gorgeous print by Gary Pullin of Rue Morgue Magazine of the Mighty Molina in Paul form and in Hombre Lobo form. My picture truly doesn't do it justice. Head on over to Gary's Etsy page to snag your own or to get some other truly incredible horror inspired artwork. I have my eye on the Coffin Joe print next!
I'm so overwhelmed this week with all the fantastic stuff to read and the outpouring of love for Paul, I actually turned down a bar shift tonight! I just don't have time and my heart wouldn't be in it. That, and it's Tequila Night, which is always annoying (four dollar tequilas make the world go crazy!) I'd much rather curl up with Jacinto and some tempranillo. And maybe a cat or two. Now, on with more Naschy-ly goodness!