DescriptionTrevor Goring Watchmen Movie Storyboards Original Art Group of 5 (Warner Brothers, 2009). Much larger than typical storyboard images, each of these is a striking scene in its own right. A bold start with three images inspired by Issue #1... the Comedian about to be defenestrated, inspired by a panel from Page 3. Following that we see Rorschach entering the Comedian's apartment via the window inspired by Page 6, and then searching the closet from Page 7. The other two also feature Rorschach, one perched on a building corner, the other sneaking up behind a cop.
Trevor Goring is a prolific storyboard artist who has since provided the comic book art for the first episode of the TV series Numb3rs, and produced storyboard art for the movies X-Men 2, Thor: Dark World, Fantastic Four, The Green Hornet, Cabin in the Woods, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. He is credited as an illustrator for the Art Department on Watchmen, when he produced these pieces.
These are powerful pieces in pure graphite on onionskin paper with an image area of 16.5" x 7" each. Each one is signed by Goring in the lower margin. In Excellent condition.
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