The Coolest Things You Can Buy
The Book of the Dead
The Book of the Dead
- Presented in gorgeous hardcover
- Exclusive access to the illustrations, correspondence and research of the infamour Dr Black
- Anatomical insight into many mythological creatures
- Great coffee table book
Darkly brilliant, this collection of curios and drawings is like a mashup of Edgar Allan Poe, Dr. Moreau and Frankenstein’s friends.
Part biography, part gallery, for the first time in history we have full uncensored access to the infamous Dr Black’s magnum opus: The Codex Extinct Animalia: a detailed anatomical study of the world’s most mythological creatures.
Featuring journals, correspondence and illustrations previously thought lost to the world of science, The Resurrectionist provides a remarkable glimpse into the life of this prodigal madman.
Presented in gorgeous hardcover, this tome is a terrifically grotesque gift for fantasy fans.
- Dr Black is not a real doctor and *most* of these creatures are unconfirmed
- Incredible anatomical illustrations of some of our most celebrated mythological creatures
- Revised biography of the good doctor, including his time as a student and many of his research trips
- Gorgeously presented in hardcover
- Written and drawn by E.B. Hudspeth
- Measures approximately 20cm(W) x 28cm(H) x 2cm(D)
A biography of someone that doesn't exist and anatomical illustrations of creatures that don't exist combined into a tome of utter madness. Weird, macabre and ever so slightly disturbing, what more could you want from a book? Bought it to keep visitors entertained and works like magic. Voodoo style, black magic but magic nevertheless. Great buy, would recommend to anyone that likes their guests to be confused and worried before the poker game starts.
BZR13, Lincolnshire - 30th October 2013
This book is amazing. I am both an anatomy nut as well as a fantasy fan and this is fantastic! The book itself is beautifully made, seems high quality and the anatomical drawings speak to the imagination. Worth every cent!
Anneloes, Netherlands - 30th September 2013