Darkness in the Mists
The poster has a large image that fills the majority. A grotesque-looking creature peers into a mirror, but the face that smiles out at him is that of a perfect, handsome man.
Across the top and bottom, a slogan in fine purple ink reads: “Things are not always what they seem at the…”
Across the very bottom, in bright red ink, which seems to stand off the page, is a single word:
A portrait of a large man, looming over another, fills the poster. The big man is wearing an executioner’s hood and a great axe that complete the picture.
Faded yellow text across the bottom proclaims: “Are you man enough to face… THE BRUTE?”
At the top of the page, in finely-written text in red inked script, is a single word:
The majority of the poster is taken up by a large picture of misshapen horrors, huddled together. They might have once born some similarity to men, but now they are grotesque monsters.
Across the bottom of the image is a finely-painted bright blue slogan: “Come and see the weird and mysterious in Doctor Pascali’s House of Horrors.”
Below that, in equally-fine red text that fills the bottom of the poster, is a single word:
The poster’s main image depicts a circle of wagons; inside are what you assume to be people, but from the distance they are drawn, it appears as little more than smudges of charcoal on the page.
A slogan in green ink promises “A safe haven against the dangers that lurk in the mists”.
Across the bottom, in finely-rendered red script that fills the bottom of the poster, is a single word: