By Grant Gould.
So, I'm reading Stephen King's Duma Key right now and on page 360 I get to this passage where the narrator is visiting an old woman in her room and she's got a print of Edward Hopper's Eleven AM above her bed. King describes it as "an archetype of loneliness waiting patiently at the window for some change, any change." Then, two pages later, he says this:
Over her head, the loneliest girl in the world sat in a chair and looked out the window forever, face hidden by the fall of her hair, naked but for a pair of shoes.Made me want to see what he was talking about.
By Edward Hopper.
Wonder Woman and Malcolm Magic
By Malcolm's co-creator Lawrence Etherington.
By Pierre Alary.
Giant Two-Headed Space Monsters and the Men Who Kill Them
By Berni Wrightson.