Monday, January 30, 2012

Ishihara Gōjin' s Journey To The Center Of The Earth Setting For Your Old School Post Apocalypse Game


Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core














In 1969  Ishihara  Gōjin  did some of the most evocative & slightly disturbing images of the a fictional Journey To The Center of the Earth setting I've seen . These incredible images are part of a child's magazine believe it or not. The only thing that comes to mind while viewing these are an adult version of the old Inhumaniod's cartoon! 
Others have asked me what possibly could be done with the over the top Carcosa game system? Well I present you with one possibly or this campaign could be done with Mutant Future! There are now more then enough Japanese Monster movies within the public domain that you as a dungeon master could turn the volume up to '11" & go from there!
  I find 
Ishihara ("Japan's Norman Rockwell") Gōjin  to be evocative, interesting, & downright disturbing but oh so inspiring!
 Here's a list of Japanese monster movies within the pubic domain that could be used for  inspiration for this type of campaign! Here
The original photos came from Here  All works are copyrighted to their respective holders & no attempt is being made to violate them. However they are downright awesome & I wanted to share them with fans who will appreciate them. Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core
Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core
Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core
Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core
Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core
Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core
Wild 1969 Japanese magazine art imagines the hellhole at Earth's core

2 comments:

  1. Awesome indeed. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Welcome aboard! There's lots more to come! Stay Tuned!

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