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The Official Clive Barker Website – Revelations – Tortured Souls

Everything in the best order. I’m a Barker sycophant; you’ll get nothing unbiased from me when it comes to this author. View all 5 comments. If you liked the severity of series one, I think you’ll enjoy these even more.

I thought I remembered Barker being a good writer, but honestly, my year-old writes like this. This short novel collects the story that was serialized and packaged with the Tortured Souls figures that were released by McFarlane Toys in This addition of Tortured Souls is also a release from Subterranean Press, a small publishing house that supports horror fiction by re-publishing classic modern horror and give a voice to new unknown horror writers today. Barker is a prolific visual artist working in a variety of media, often illustrating his own books.

Sign In Don’t have an account? Still recommended, although extremely hard to track down. Also, this would be great as backstory for a God of War hack and slash type adventure. In the ancient city of Primordium, a Senator’s daughter encounters the assassin who was hired to kill her beloved father. The illusion comes from the fact that, while Talisac is the required height for this series, the other Tortured Souls are, in reality, inch Tortured Souls!


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These are figures you put in a dark place in your house, probably with some votive candles, to haunt a corner in your home. Head across to Spawn.

In fact he has prospered A beast who would just as easily rip your arms from your soft, weak, meaty body as opposed to being subjected to your soulx, probing eyes More demon than man yet doing only what he was created to do. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium

The ‘freak in a cage’. McFarlane message board announcement, note – online at www.

I am a fan of Clive Barker’s work but I never bought those models so I was unable to read the story. I’d only recommend this to Barker completists like myself. Yes, the others turned out much larger than the one-foot we advertised Didn’t make much sense? The Scythe Meister was originally Zarles Kreiger, who began his life in poverty in the slums of Primordium, the first city.

What does that say? He turned to a life of crime, carrying out executions by slicing open his prey with scythes and then strangling them with their own intestines. Tortured Souls got a Starred review from Publishers Weekly and I have no reservations in giving it 5 stars. The book itself is of high quality, the artwork, the paper quality and the binding are excellent. Barker’s second long-term relationship, with photographer David Armstrong, ended in If Clive – who can be a little odd at times – and myself, the two odd boys, if we got together and couldn’t get a reaction, we failed at our task.


You would see the gorgeous girl doing the burlesque, but you’d also see the man who eats chickens, you know, the geek sitting in the cage – soul we’ve got a nice mixture of the monstrous and the strangely beautiful. Tamed by forces beyond your comprehension, but not as tame as some might believe.

Gone The Scarlet Gospels. In a way, this might be a perfect jumping on point for those new to Barker’s work, because at a swift 50 pages, it would barer readers decide if they had a taste for his type of work without having to make too big an investment.

Tortured Souls: The Legend of Primordium by Clive Barker

As a story, it’s not bad, but feels a little underdeveloped and choppy, which make sense considering that it basically functioned as 6 ‘introductions’ to each character. Somehow I doubt there will be one and perhaps in fairness there doesn’t need to be one.

I fell in love with this book from beginning to end. There is still more to show you, another fiendish freak with whom you are already slightly acquainted. Even though it’s a fast 87 page read it feels like it’s much more epic of a tale for some reason.

Requiem’s ‘left-leg’ man, cliive that just sounds strange, so we’ll just stick with the common terminology, whatdoya say?