You can enter the underworld of the Court of the Dead in Sideshow Collectibles' new photos of Alex Horley's gothic fantasy artwork titled "The Strength of Bone." Created with both acrylic and oil paint, there are only 100 of these 18x24-inch premium quality original artworks available, and they will ship between July and August of this year:

The Strength of Bone Art Print: "Sideshow is proud to present The Strength of Bone Premium Art Print from our own original dark fantasy horror world, the Court of the Dead. The Strength of Bone Premium Art Print is a high-end reproduction of an original acrylic and an oil painting by world-renowned artist Alex Horley.

This striking piece features the Reaper General Demithyle, who beckons the viewer to join the Underworld forces. Over his shoulder, Bone Faction Leader Xiall, the Great Osteomancer, looks to the future rebellion with her burning ethereal-blue eyes. Their stoic and ghastly leadership is underpinned by the ghoulish Council of Osteomancy, the fearless adventurer Relic Ravlatch, the haunting beacon Shieve and the vast and varied host of the Reaper army.

Without the Bone Faction to uphold its principles and law, the Underworld would crumble. Proudly exhibit your Bone Faction allegiance with The Strength of Bone Premium Art Print by Alex Horley. This masterpiece is faithfully reproduced on 100% archival heavyweight paper.

Print details:

  • Limited edition of 100
  • 18x24" fine art giclée print
  • 100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
  • Epson archival inks
  • An authorized, automated penciled signature
  • Official Court of the Dead embossed seal of authenticity

Frame details:

  • 24 x 29.25" Recycled Polystyrene Moulding Fame (Distressed Silver)
  • Custom double mat design (Crescent mats in Black and C9531 Spinach)
  • Mats, foam board backing, and adhesive tape all certified archival materials
  • Framing grade acrylic
  • Wire hanger: No additional hardware required

Note: If the framed option is chosen, your order will be specially framed for you. Please allow additional time to frame and ship your order.

About the Artist:
Alex Horley’s real name is Alessandro Orlandelli, and he was born in the small town of Opera in the outskirts of Milan, Italy. His love for the fantastic came early while reading his favorite Marvel comics in the seventies. Alex attended the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts of Milan. Alex has worked with hundreds of prestigious brands in dozens of industries ranging from comics to music to fine art. He has worked with DC, Marvel, Heavy Metal, Verotik Comics, Wizards of the Coast, Devils Due, Vampirella, the Comic Book Buyers Guide, Rob Zombie and Image Comics - just to name a few. His works have been published in some of the biggest publications in the art field, including Fantasy Art Now, The Future of Fantasy Art, Spectrum Fantastic Art, ImagineFX, Beckett Massive Online Gamer, DRAW, and China’s Fantasy Art Magazine. Most recently he formed a production company with his partner and muse Stacy E. Walker and the “Alex Horley” name is now a registered trademark of Blaze Productions Inc. where plans are currently in the works to fully develop his own innovative ideas in the fantasy genre as well as the entertainment arts.

Limited Edition: 100
Price: $250
Jul 2018 - Aug 2018"

Photos from Sideshow Collectibles:

  • Tamika Jones
    About the Author - Tamika Jones

    Tamika hails from North Beach, Maryland, a tiny town inches from the Chesapeake Bay.She knew she wanted to be an actor after reciting a soliloquy by Sojourner Truth in front of her entire fifth grade class. Since then, she's appeared in over 20 film and television projects. In addition to acting, Tamika is the Indie Spotlight manager for Daily Dead, where she brings readers news on independent horror projects every weekend.

    The first horror film Tamika watched was Child's Play. Being eight years old at the time, she remembers being so scared when Chucky came to life that she projectile vomited. It's tough for her to choose only one movie as her favorite horror film, so she picked two: Nosferatu and The Stepford Wives (1975).