History Creator / WilliamBlake

10th May '17 3:09:23 AM LondonKdS
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* The ''[[ComicBook/ThePunisherMAX Punisher MAX]]'' one-shot "The Tyger" depicts the child Frank Castle studying Blake's poem at school, with strong comparisons between Blake's terrifying tiger and the person Frank will grow up to be.
17th Apr '17 12:18:15 PM zam
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* ComicBooks: Blake's combination of narrative and visual storytelling going above simple illustration has led some (including Creator/AlanMoore) so cite Blake's work as a proto-example of the Graphic Novel.

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* ComicBooks: Blake's combination of narrative and visual storytelling going above simple illustration has led some (including Creator/AlanMoore) so to cite Blake's work as a proto-example of the Graphic Novel.
21st Feb '17 9:56:56 PM gewunomox
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* AudioAdaptation[=/=]SpokenWordInMusic: His poetry has been revisioned by artistes including VanMorrison and Music/{{Ulver}} (the latter of whom adapted ''The Marriage of Heaven and Hell'' in its entirety).

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* AudioAdaptation[=/=]SpokenWordInMusic: His poetry has been revisioned by artistes including VanMorrison Music/VanMorrison and Music/{{Ulver}} (the latter of whom adapted ''The Marriage of Heaven and Hell'' in its entirety).
15th Jan '17 9:59:59 PM SinNanna
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* MindScrewdriver: Infuriatingly averted by Blake himself. There's a whole critical industry dedicated to providing one though.



* NightmareFuel: Both the poems and his artwork.



* TheVerse Good luck on trying to find out what it all means

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* TheVerse Good luck on trying to find out what it all means
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* One of the protagonists of ''Film/DeadMan'' is a Blake fan, and quotes him extensively.

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* One of the protagonists of ''Film/DeadMan'' is a Blake fan, and quotes him extensively. The other is ''named'' William Blake, but otherwise has no connection to the poet.



* ''Comicbook/FromHell'' reveals that his famous portrait of a monster "The Ghost of a Flea" was actually a portrait of the ghost of Sir William Gull, aka UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper.

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* ''Comicbook/FromHell'' reveals that his famous portrait of a monster "The Ghost of a Flea" was actually a portrait of the ghost of Sir William Gull, aka UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper. Earlier in the novel, Gull visits his grave and explains the mystical significance of his works to his sidekick, Netley.


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* Music/{{Ulver}} set all of ''The Marriage of Heaven and Hell'' to music for their fourth album, resulting in EpicRocking to the extreme.
15th Jan '17 1:21:24 PM Xtifr
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'''William Blake''' (28 November 1757 - 12 August 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker.

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'''William Blake''' William Blake (28 November 1757 - 12 August 1827) was an English poet, painter, and printmaker.
24th Dec '16 5:45:34 AM Aquila89
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* In the Comicbook/SpiderMan story ''ComicBook/KravensLastHunt'', quotations from "The Tyger" are spread all throughout the storyline with "tyger" replaced by "spider".
21st Sep '16 9:57:35 AM Beiahnu
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* Music/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.

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* Music/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical ''The Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using Blake's painting ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.
21st Sep '16 9:56:40 AM Beiahnu
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* Creator/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.

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* Creator/BruceDickinson's Music/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.
21st Sep '16 9:55:21 AM Beiahnu
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!! William Blake in fiction:

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!! William Blake in fiction:popular culture:


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* Creator/BruceDickinson's album ''Chemical Wedding'' derives inspiration from Blake's paintings and poetry, using ''The Ghost of a Flea'' as the album's artwork.
23rd Jun '16 12:31:38 AM Faruke97
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* ComicBooks: Blake's comibnation of narrative and visual storytelling going above simple illustration has led some (including Creator/AlanMoore) so cite Blake's work as a proto-example of the Graphic Novel.

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* ComicBooks: Blake's comibnation combination of narrative and visual storytelling going above simple illustration has led some (including Creator/AlanMoore) so cite Blake's work as a proto-example of the Graphic Novel.
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