Sam Raimi’s dark superhero flick Darkman (1990) features Liam Neeson as Peyton Westlake, a former scientist who was burned beyond recognition. Westlake uses a synthetic skin process to create different identities and masks to fight crime under the guise of Darkman.
Specifications have not been officially released yet but based on Waxwork’s social media we’ve gathered the following info.
- Score composed by Danny Elfman
- Features artwork by comic artist Francesco Francavilla
- 180 Gram
- Comes in two alternate pressings: ‘Fluorescent Orange and Red Swirl’ & ‘Pink and White Swirl’
- Is available September 26th via Waxwork Records website.
The only downside to the alternate colored pressings is that the ‘Pink and White Swirl’ might only be available to Waxwork subscribers.You can take a look at the alternate pressings below…
When thugs employed by a crime boss lead a vicious assault on Dr. Peyton Wilder (Liam Neeson), leaving him literally and psychologically scarred, an emergency procedure allows him to survive. Upon his recovery, Wilder can find solace only by returning to his scientific work developing synthetic skin, and seeking revenge against the crime boss. He assumes a phantom avenger persona called Darkman, who, with malleable facial qualities, is able to infiltrate and sow terror in the criminal community.
And, If you haven’t watched Darkman in awhile and want a refresher on how amazing Danny Elfman’s score was, you can take a listen below.