Friday, August 15, 2014

Malleus Clive Barker's Jacqueline Ess Free Friday Poster Giveaway


The last couple of years Century Guild has commissioned Malleus to create some spectacular posters and this year was no different as they had Malleus create one for Clive Barker's Jacqueline Ess which is part of his Books of Blood. The story is being turned into a film very soon.

Century Guild sold out of these posters at this years SDCC but they saved one for you my loyal readers. The poster is 19.6 inches x 27.5 with a signed and numbered edition of 146.

 Now go to the top of the post above the picture and click on comments or scroll down (depends on how you see this post) to leave a comment about your favorite Clive Barker movie, book or story to have a chance at winning the poster. Don't worry if your comment does not appear immediately I have to approve them before they are published. I will use the Random Number Generator to pick a winner. Entries are limited to ONE PER PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD. Please leave your name with the comment, comments without names will not be accepted. Entries will be accepted until 11:59 PM PDT Saturday August 16 with the winner announced on Sunday.

Now if you don't want to wait and possible win this poster Malleus still has some for sale and Century Guild still has a couple of the Gold Edition of 40 that is signed by Clive Barker himself. Thank you to Century Guild for providing this beautiful poster for the giveaway as well.

135 comments:

  1. Favorite movie: Hellraiser
    Favorite book: The Great and Secret Show

    Fingers crossed!

    Aaron Z

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  2. Barker's HELLRAISER !!!!!!!!

    Al Petro

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  3. Hellraiser!

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    -John G.

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  4. It's all about the Hellraiser! And Malleus is among my favorites. Would love this on my wall!

    Matt N
    thealphafirm(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  5. Hell bound heart. Greg

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  6. I would never be able to pick a favorite, but 'Weaveworld' always stuck with me. Perhaps I owe it to the action or the fantasy, but I think, as with all Clive's work, I owe it to his cast of wet, visceral characters. Immacolata and her sisters still haunt me...
    - Julian Merlin

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  7. My name is Reba Darby and my favorite Clive Barker Story/Movie ext....now that is a hard one because everything i've seen or read i like....but i have to say my fav short story is "In the Hills, The Cities" from the first volume of the Books of Blood. My favorite book is Damnation Game (has my favorite quote "The point of temptation is some of the goods be worth the price" and my favorite movie, of course, is Hellraiser (i've had a crush on Pinhead since i first laid eyes on Him)

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  8. My all time favorite Clive Barker story is Mister B. Gone. It was the first Clive Barker novel I've read and it remains near and dear to my heart to this day.

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  9. My favorite Clive Barker story? Dread. That story gave me nightmares for years.

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  10. Hellraiser...John
    Planr4321@aol.com

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  11. Favorite movie was Nightbreed. I watched it again recently and it brought back some memories of my younger years.. ~Tracy Ekstedt~

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  12. The Abarat series! I have a tattoo of one of the poems!!! Captivating, like stepping into a dream. The Great and Secret Show is another great one! Randi DeWine

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  13. my favorite is a tie between Cabal and Imajica

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  14. Not only is Imajica my favorite Barker book, it's also my favorite book of all time!
    And should be yours, too!

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  15. I'm Melissa Conder and I love Midnight Meat Train!

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  16. Favorite story? The Body Politic. Those hands still haunt me to this day.

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  17. Abarat. I have not loved a series of books this much since I read Stephen King's Dark Tower. Beautiful work through and through. - Nate Oldham

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  18. My name is Michael Miller and my favorite Clive Barker story is In the Hills, the Cities!!! GREAT story, the imagery it evokes is incredibly powerful! I first picked up Books of Blood on a school field trip to Kansas City. We stopped at a truck stop for a break and I saw Books of Blood on a bookstand and snatched it up. The first story I read was In the Hills, the Cities and I KNEW I had stumbled onto something special! This was in the late 80's and I've been a loyal reader ever since!! Favorite film based on his work would have to be Nightbreed for so many different reasons, primarily because as the smallest kid in my class, I always felt "different" and often daydreamed of being a "shape-shifter" of some sort :)

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  19. Not sure if this is reposting or not. Seems like it might have errored when I tried earlier. IF the first one worked, please disregard this one.

    My favorite CB story is the "The Great and Secret Show / Everville" story.

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  20. Mister B. Gone is a great book. Loved the whole thing.

    --Maria
    whisperedvoices7@yahoo.com

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  21. Imajica will always be my favorite!

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  22. my fave clive barker story is dwn satan from books of blood vol 4, a very short but very descriptive story that sums up the horrors of life.
    stuart tvell

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  23. Candyman was pretty full on, me being so young when it came out.

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  24. Wow, this is a lovely poster! Thanks for making it available to us like this! My favorite Clive Barker movie is Hellraiser though the series has elements I enjoyed overall. The cenobite design is so iconic to me. Stretched leather, skin pulled back and pinned down, hooks and chain, like walking autopsy art. Its absolutely beautiful and absolutely grotesque and I adore it.

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  25. As a Chicago native.... Candyman, Candyman, Candyma.....
    Tori
    Toric21 at aol.com

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  26. Favorite book: Imajica by far
    Favorite film: Hellraiser
    Favorite painting: Carrion's Resurrection

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  27. Candyman, without question. It came out when I was fairly young and it scared the crap out of me. Still gives me chills even today. Love this print by the way.

    Matt C.
    Matthewrcrosthwaite@gmail.com.

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  28. Hellraiser

    Cheryl Johnson

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  29. Really liked Great and Secret Show. For Movie - Hellraiser of course. Looking forward to new Nightbreed.
    Christina
    Satandumpling at Hotmail dotcom

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  30. Love me some "In the hills, the cities" John Lea

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  31. "Imagica" is my favorite book, though the first three volumes of "Books of Blood" will always hold a spot in my heart, as they were my first introduction to the author, way back in middle school.

    Favorite movie is a toss-up between "Nightbreed" and "Lord of Illusions".

    Thank you for the opportunity.
    Richard Bailey
    temporarymrb at msn dot com

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  32. Hard to choose a favorite, but I would have to with Imajica.

    Lawrence Browning

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  33. My first and favorite Clive Barker book is Weaveworld.

    Patrick Nakagawa

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  34. Movie: The first "Hellraiser" for sure.
    Book or story: Imajica

    Much love for Clive Barker's work!

    --Edward Covolo, edwardecovolo at gmail dot com

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  35. I would have to say Hellraiser. This is a wonderful print.

    Jenn N.

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  36. Rawhead Rex

    -Christopher Caplette

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  37. Cabal is the first book of his i read and will always be close to my heart

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  38. Hellraiser, Abarat, and Mister B. Gone are all my favorites!
    Natasha Carr

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  39. Sacrament because it was the first of his books that didn't make me jump at shadows. And I also got to meet him for the first time at the book signing.

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  40. The Yattering and Jack

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  41. Quite honestly, none of his movies ring a bell and I don't read. In any case, this poster is amazing!!!...it reminds me of FD-45, which was my biggest poster slurge.

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  42. The Damnation Game

    I'll always be partial to that one because it was the one that introduced me Clive.

    Chance Davis
    Chance(dot)X74(at)gmail(dot)com

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  43. Candyman - scared the hell out me when I was a kid.
    Cool print!

    B. Abel

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  44. Anything from Books of Blood Volumes 1-3.... or 4-6.
    maybe Imajica. Or The Great and Secret Show. NO WAIT, CABAL!! Damn I love me some Barker.

    Jamie Grant
    hotbloodrising@gmail.com

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  45. My Favorite: In the Hills, The Cities. (I couldn't believe what I was reading. :) )

    Franz Furtner (on Facebook Franz Badu)

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  46. Hellreaiser, all the way.

    -Xavi Fajardo

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  47. HA! So awesome, completely missed this drop. Favorite movie? Night Breed. Thanks for the giveaway!!!!!!!! erikgustafson@gmail.com

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  48. If I smile real wide, do you think Rictus will bring me to Mr. Hoods House?
    Sherisse V

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  49. Books of Blood, The Hellbound Heart and Cabal.
    Movie: Hellraiser.

    Fernando T.
    foradequadro@gmail.com

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  50. I loved Mister B. Gone.

    John Butler
    chrono_shark at yahoo dot com

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  51. I've always loved the humor in The Yattering and the Jack. It would make a good Evil Dead-esque movie! - Tiffany Blume

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  52. Favorite story would probably be The Thief of Always or The Book of Blood.

    Alton Hamilton
    Nizcorv4n@gmail.com

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  53. Age Of Desire as my favourite story
    Of course, Nightbreed the movie will always be in my heart as the first glimpse of the author' wonderful universe

    Nonobstant2000 (Deumille on Facebook)

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  54. Imajica is what I feel closest to, however, every book I've ever read from Clive Barker is my favorite because they all transport me to whatever realm that the particular book is in. The first book I ever read was The Inhuman Condition and I've been hooked ever since. I read it when I was 13 or so, I'm 30 now and I've read every book of his I could get my hands on.

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  55. Hellraiser or Lord of Illusions being a very close second. One of the first horror flicks I saw in the theatres.
    Michael Rosenplot

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  56. Easily has to be Nightbreed, but Hellraiser is a close second. Always loved Pinhead and his cenobites!

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  57. "Sacrament" is my favorite Clive Barker book.
    Orpheus77

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  58. Hellraiser.....Tommy.H

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  59. Hellraiser
    Timothy Bacon
    Tbacon187@gmail.com

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  60. I loved night breed and always wanted a sequel, which I hope is in the works. Second would be midnight meat train. Tom Forness

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  61. Love love love the Imagica books! Took my heart and soul to a far away land once upon a time! Cabal is a fav as well….made me wish I was a monster.

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  62. The Great and Secret Show is an amazing story... My favorite novel.

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  63. Have to go with everyone else and say Hellraiser

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  64. Nice One! Hope I am the lucky number this week...Mike Cupp

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  65. Love Hellraiser,
    BUT Candyman was one of the first movies that truly scared me..

    Jeff S.

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  66. "The Damnation Game"

    Nothing's essential.

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  67. Lord Of Illusions, director's cut!
    Thanks for chance, as always.

    Nate Terry

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  68. Clive touched me deeply with Imajica...a world and adventure that was truly amazing..and I would wish a world he would chose to return us too....Thank You Clive
    Terry Smith
    iamsparticus18@yahoo.com

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  69. The Damnation Game. It introduced me to "Abyssus Abyssum Invocat", which I love so much that I got it tattooed on my forearm.

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  70. Hellraiser but every time Candyman is on I can't shut it off! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  71. "If you look in the mirror and you say his name 5 times, he'll appear behind you breathing down your neck"

    Matty B - Thanks!

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  72. I probably read The Thief of Always about a dozen times when I was a kid, so I have to go with that one. Great poster, great giveaway!

    -Alex T.

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  73. NIGHTBREED, my favorite movie ever!!!!

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  74. Awesome giveaway! I remember doing a book report in high school for the book cabal which was later turned into nightbreed
    Brad

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  75. Hellraiser was a great movie and Malleus is a great artist!

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  76. Thief of Always was my first and will always be my favorite.

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  77. Rad poster!
    mpicetti@yahoo.com

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  78. My favorite Clive Barker movie is definitely Hellraiser!

    -David

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  79. Candyman

    Manny
    Manueli@gmail.com

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  80. Cabal for the book, Hellraiser for the movie

    Jeff Pope pope0528@yahoo.com

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  81. My favorite is "In the Hills, the Cities"
    Kyle Y, kwyork3000@yahoo.com

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  82. Candyman, Candyman, Candyman!...3 times in the dark as a kid. Scared the s**t out of me;) Beautiful poster. Got a fame that size ready ;)

    Cory A.

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  83. Imajica and Damnation Game are two of my favorites.

    Kristin Morrison

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  84. Midnight meat train!

    Sebastiano s.

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  85. Hellbound Heart, Weave world, Imajica, Thief of Always, Mr Be Gone....I've always loved everything Clive Barker. He even used my surname for a character in Coldheart Canyon.
    Cheers and good luck everyone!
    Mike C

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  86. Candyman freaked me out so much as a kid. I found it way more scary than hellraiser

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  87. My fav movie would have to be Nightbreed. My fav book Weaveworld. Clive Barker is a storytelling genius.

    Scott Cowens.

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  88. Hellraiser! To watch and read one of best horror classics

    glork74@hotmail.fr

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  89. "In the Hills, the Cities". A fascinating and wonderful story that has stuck with me through the years. Will Kovacs

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  90. WeaveWorld is still my fave.

    Chad Thomas

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  91. Favorite movie would have to be Hellraiser. Favorite story is Cabal. Favorite book is Coldheart Canyon. Fingers crossed. Valerie Childers

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  92. Hellraiser was definitely the movie that got me hooked.
    Great print !!

    MikeCT

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  93. The Great and Secret Show. Though like kids, I don't think your supposed to have a favourite just love them all the same.

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  94. Imajica. Hands down my favorite . One of the most extraordinary books I have ever read.

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  95. Candyman.. scared the hell out me as a kid
    Travis Butcher
    plastastic80@yahoo.com

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  96. Imajica will always be my favorite novel, and the yattering and jack is probably tied with jacqueline ess for favorite short story.

    Allison kollmar

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  97. I like lots of his books. Weave World is the last one I've read.
    Steven P.

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  98. In the hills the cities. The story stretched and warped my imagination in a great way. I can still see the giant staggering away to die, slowly disintegrating as tiny figures tumble from it, and all to a chorus of moans from the dying in my minds eye. Epic horror story.

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  99. Candyman for sure. I couldnt look in a mirror for a week.

    Thanks,
    Nick K.

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  100. The Hellbound Heart
    spazmmodeus@msn.com

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  101. Movie: Candyman
    Book: Cabal

    Alan Lang
    frostedearth@gmail.com

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