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'The Cartoon Utopia'
Regé's drawings vibrate with a vision of life seen through a scanner brightly
Arts Review  July 16, 2010, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...The beauty of the flow and balance that the artist achieves in his drawings – of the genesis of life, of the struggles of humanity against itself, of the wonders of spiritual peace and technological plenty to come – can leave you momentarily breathless. As if correspondence with the best material from last-century pulps were inescapable, Regé's star-fire illuminations often seem a more cartoony version of the pen-and-ink miracles wrought by Virgil Finlay, and just as effective...."

"Multiple Originals XIX"
The Women Printmakers of Austin's latest group show displays both a diversity of technique and a fine array of beauty
Arts Review  January 15, 2015, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Jauneth Skinner's Beguilement of Aries is an illustration of exactly that mythological occurrence, printed from a painstakingly detailed linocut, white lines against the black ink, a realized vision that wouldn't look out of place, that wouldn't wilt by comparison, in a book of erotica featuring art by Aubrey Beardsley, say, or Virgil Finlay...."

Scary Stories for the Thinking Man
Director Guillermo del Toro keeps company with the undead in two new films, Blade 2 and The Devil's Backbone.
Screens Story  March 8, 2002, by Marc Savlov
"...GDT: Yeah, the old pulp writers. And some of the artwork I've collected has come from there, too, artists like Lee Brown Coye, Virgil Finlay, Hannes Bok..."

Horror of the 20th Century: An Illustrated History
Books Review  October 13, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...But you don't buy a mammoth (and eldritch, and hoary) tome like this for all those little bitty words. You buy it for the neat-o reproductions of stuff like AIP's I Was a Teenage Frankenstein movie poster ("Body of a Boy! Mind of a Monster! Soul of an Unearthly Thing!") and Virgil Finlay's awesomely creepy Arkham House dust jackets..."

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