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Huffington Post Books Boards the Time Machine!

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Huffington Post Books Boards the Time Machine!

“Do you remember the first time you heard that Goldilocks liked drinking other people’s porridge? The first time you dreamed of your own nose growing after you’d told a lie? How about the first time you imagined what it would be like to kiss a frog?”

Once Upon a Time Machine editor Andrew Carl has written a short piece for Huffington Post Books, to accompany a beautiful slideshow of illustrations from the book…and the Post has given the article top billing!

So click over and give it a read!

And don’t forget what book will make the best gift of this holiday season!

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CBR & the full wraparound cover!

Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources is definitely excited about Once Upon a Time Machine!

First they picked it as one of the books to look forward to in this month’s Previews. Chris Arrant kindly singled the book out:

Once Upon a Time Machine by Various (Dark Horse) – I love twisted takes on classic stories, and this looks to be just that – fairy tales refashioned for different times. Plus, the creator list seems inspired, with the likes of Ryan Ottley, Brandon Graham, and even mainstream artists like Khoi Pham.

We hope — and think — the book will live up to those expectations!

And now this week, Michael May picked up on a great blog post by Brandon Graham, in order to share with all the CBR readers Farel Dalrymple‘s full wraparound cover for the book and Brandon & Marian Churchland‘s beautiful Little Mermaid collaboration!

Enjoy that astounding cover here — and head on over to the CBR post or Brandon’s site to find the pinup!

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Under the Hood: Cinderella -Pinup-

Weshoyot Alvitre did a beautiful job bringing a Cinderella into the space age for her pinup. In fact, she may just have  given us the prettiest snapshot of future fashion in the book.

Check out Cinderella’s progression from early pencils, to a touch of inks, to the final inked page.

One of our favorite colorists (and all-round favorite guys), Lance Erlick, colored Weshoyot’s pinup…but you’re going to have to wait for the book to see the magic he brought to the page!

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