Anatomical Monster Guides Show Creatures' Inner Workings

By: Trenton Millar - Published: • References: bradmcginty & laughingsquid
Making the movies more realistic, these Anatomical Monster Guides imagine what the insides of famous film monsters are really like. Brad McGinty, an animator, comic book artist and illustrator, created the posters after being inspired by the 1967 book An Anatomical Guide to Monsters by Shoji Otomo and Shogo Endo.

Because the posters are labeled in a different language, I can only guess all of the things that have been pointed out on each Anatomical Monster Guide. One would expect it to explain where the Xenomorph from Alien's poison is generated, and why the Gremlins become evil. Don't waste your time learning about human biology -- instead learn about the anatomy of these monsters that don't even exist in real life. It's much more fun.

The images come as either prints or shirts, both of which are available through Brad McGinty's website. Stats for Biological Beast Diagrams Trending: Older & Warm
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