Jack Kirby's Lemurian train bomb from The Eternals
references Giger's Necronom IX (1976) and
Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!'" (1940)


Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening -Hope!" (1940), Giger's Necronom IX (1976) and
Kirby's Lemurian train bomb from The Eternals (1977).
Kirby's Lemurian train bomb from The Eternals. (1977)

Giger's Necronom IX (1976) that references Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!'" (1939)

Dali's "Daddy Longlegs of the Evening - Hope!'" (1940)


Giger's Necronom IX (1976) and Jack Kirby's Lemurian train bomb from The Eternals (1977)

Eye, cheekbone and mandibles of Necronom IX and detail from front of the the Lemurian train bomb

Dali's melted violin, Giger's hand holding a phallus,
and Kirby's Lemurian train engine detail

The horse's forelegs become a dome in Kirby's illustration. 
The mouth of the cannon, and then where the wing of
an angel connects with a tree branch becomes a ribbed pipe

The eye like form from Dali's painting inspired by shoulder from Delville's Treasures of Satan, 
becomes translated into an eye like form in Kirby's illustration

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