Alternate Body Book Cover

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Dark Regions Press release of Clive Barker’s The Body Book is around the corner and today they’ve released an alternate cover for the book that you can order on there site.


Featuring Two Classic Clive Barker Stories from Books of Blood, Joined by Filmmaker Mick Garris with Exclusive Insights into Film Adaptations

Including two of Clive Barker’s classic stories from his groundbreaking collections Books of Blood, “The Body Politic” and “In the Flesh”, exclusive content from the cinematic adaptation of “The Body Politic” and detailed information on the “In the Flesh” film that never came to be, The Body Book joins award-winning filmmaker Mick Garris (Quicksilver Highway, Masters of Horror, The Stand) with longtime friend and collaborator Clive Barker in an effort to bring fans never-before-seen photos, writings, interviews and much more. The Body Book contains the complete In the Flesh screenplay written by Mick Garris that was never put to film, new interviews with Clive Barker and Mick, an original introduction by Phil and Sarah Stokes, storyboards, photos and other behind-the-scenes materials for the film adaptation of “The Body Politic” by Clive Barker never revealed to the public before this volume.

“What Barker does in THE BOOKS OF BLOOD makes the rest of us look like we’ve been asleep for the last ten years. . . He’s an original.” – Stephen King

Get a copy today at their official site:

I personally like this cover better than the originally released artwork. The image is taken from Clive Barker’s photography book The Imagining Man where he uses models and paints on their bodies. Keep in mind it’s a very erotic book (as you see by the cover) and is only for adults. It’s great work though and comes highly recommended.

Also, here’s some interior artwork that’s been released by Chris Morey.

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via Clive Barker: Revelations Facebook page, Chris Morey, and Dark Regions Press.

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