Even five years after its release on PS4, Bloodborne has still remained one of the most memorable experiences of the last generation. The game’s creepy setting and iconic monsters have made for plenty of incredible fan creations over the years, including a collection of fan art from dozens of artists that’s going towards a good cause.
Cursed Book of Madness: The Unofficial Bloodborne Fanzine is a collection of fan art and pieces inspired by Bloodborne and released this fall from the team behind The First Flame, a Dark Souls-themed fanzine. Cursed Blood of Madness is available as a 48-page digital-only collection (PDF) and features 36 different artists with work based on the game.
The art collection is available now as a charity project to raise funds for Doctors Without Borders, and can be picked up with a minimum donation of $20/17€. At the moment there are no plans to release a printed version of the art collection, but orders for the book are being taken until the end of the year.
You can take a look at the tweet thread below for full details on how to grab a copy of the collection for yourself:
PRE-ORDERS OPEN NOW!
RELEASE: 31st OCTOBER
Please read carefully the information below (following tweets) about how to get the fanzine pic.twitter.com/xHpTxWcULy
— SOULSBORNE ZINE (@SoulsBorneZine) October 15, 2020
For a closer look at Cursed Blood of Madness, you can take a look at some of the artists and their work featured in the digital art collection:
“The Burning of Old Yharnam”, my other full piece for @soulsbornezine.
— Ryan Van Dongen (@ryanjvandongen) November 24, 2020
“The Sky and the Cosmos are One”
— Kira (@NeonPolygon) November 13, 2020
These are the gorgeous bookmarks @gillytinarts created for our Bloodborne fanzine! You’ll receive the printable files with the fanzine email after you donate.
— SOULSBORNE ZINE (@SoulsBorneZine) November 21, 2020
Bloodborne is available now on PS4 and is part of the PlayStation Plus Collection on PS5.
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