A weekly rummage in the attic of sci-fi

It's a health and safety nightmare for dear old Captain Scarlet. One of 10 paintings that graced the end credits of Gerry Anderson's classic show, this gorgeously rendered portrait of puppetational peril is the work of Ron Embleton, the fabulous British comic book artist whose work adorned everything from Look And Learn to Penthouse (a whole other kind of look and learn...).

EXTRA: You asked for them, so here's a link to the other nine paintings in the set, courtesy of the splendid 7 Wonders website: http://www.seven-wonders.co.uk/scarlet.html

Nick Setchfield
Editor-at-Large, SFX Magazine

Nick Setchfield is the Editor-at-Large for SFX Magazine, writing features, reviews, interviews, and more for the monthly issues. However, he is also a freelance journalist and author with Titan Books. His original novels are called The War in the Dark, and The Spider Dance. He's also written a book on James Bond called Mission Statements.