A handsome view of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania region, complete with fanciful zombies marching towards destruction and death! This 11 x 17 inch print comes with this description:
Mt. Washington was a favorite choice for many artists seeking to capture the tableau of the Pittsburgh area. Here the artist has added in a horde of approaching monsters, most likely depicting the great 1866 Coal Hill Massacre. This print also marks the first use of the phrase, “When there is no more room in hell, the Dead will come to Pittsburgh,” coined by the Priest Walter J. Savini, who advocated that the constant onslaught was nothing less than a biblical plague.
This hand-drawn view of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania includes a key to such interesting items as the Exposition buildings, various railroad terminals, and Minnie the Monongahela Monster. A handsome 11 x 17...
This 11 x 17 inch digital print features the likeness of a well-known movie monster wreaking havoc over Pittsburgh & Allegheny in 1876. Hang it on your wall and see...
Share your love of giant tentacles causing havoc with the world! This 1.25 inch soft enamel pin is full of rich detail and bright colors, perfect to stand out in...
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