The Illustrated At the Mountains of Madness - Vol. 1

The Illustrated At the Mountains of Madness - Vol. 1

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A Lavish Spectacle of Lovecraftian Art

Ever since we found the illustrated version of The Call of Cthulhu by the French illustrator François Baranger, we've been fans. He's followed up that fantastic work by illustrating another of HPL's celebrated stories, At the Mountains of Madness. The first volume has just been published in English and is quite simply, spectacular.

This new English edition published by Fria Ligan and Design Studio Press features gorgeous paintings from the HPL's tale of Antarctic horror. Baranger's approach to the tale is bold and cinematic - you feel as if you're looking at storyboards for a movie. The scale and intensity in the illustrations are breathtaking.

The book is a large format hardback, 14 x 10.5 inches. The print quality is superlative. Really, if you're into Lovecraftian art, you'll want a copy of this. Note: this is Vol. 1 of a two volume set. Vol. 2 has not yet been published in English and is due out in November of 2021.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Timothy King
The Mountians of Madness ,Out of this world.

The quality of these books ( I bought both 1+2) is out of this world
( REALLY). The art is out standing and gives you the chills as if
you were actually there.These books are worth every cent and I
recommend them to every true fan of Lovecraft.

Bas Suir

WOOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!!!!!!! What an absolute visual masterpiece to the masterpiece of Lovecraft's story!
Just turn this stuff into a movie already!

Jeremy L
I love these books!

I thought I would round out my collection and Purchase Volume 1. Just like Call of Cthulhu the art is amazing and well drawn. I love seeing what others see and I think art is the best medium to produce it. It is the first half of At The Mountains of Madness, and it is beautiful!

Beautiful book

A beautiful coffee table sized book with amazing art.

August Lynch
Terrific and Terrifying

Absolutely gorgeous and horrifying artwork makes this classic jump out and take hold of you. The quality and detail contained in both these volumes, as well as Baranger's illustrated The Call of Cthulhu, are exceptional.