I love pulp art. From George Rozen to Glen Orbik, there's something about its inherent romanticism that really appeals to me. Because of its hybrid nature, DARK SHADOWS is a property that lends itself well to a lot of different genres, which makes it pretty easy to riff on.
In that spirit, here are a few paperback covers that show off the show's versatility. Above is a faux cover for the upcoming BLOODLUST serial. The "women running from houses" meme was something DARK SHADOWS consciously used in its first year, and I thought it would be a nice fit. Even better, most of those kinds of book covers were interchangeable, which meant there was little chance of intentionally making the artwork spoilery.
Below are a few more covers. The first is another gothic romance design for Big Finish's "Carriage of the Damned." The other two are a bit more obscure ... "The Curse of Collinwood" is a book referenced in the Big Finish audiodrama "The Darkest Shadow." The other is the title of the book mentioned in the closing scroll of NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS, and is the novel being written by the characters played by John Karlen and Nancy Barrett.