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The only fanlisting for Dorian Gray, the character from Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray" and it's movie version, listed at the FanlistingsNetwork in Characters: Book/Movie category.

For now there is a focus on two versions: The book version and the one from "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" (which happens to be this owners favourite version). If go to "choose your dorian" you will be able to change the layout, to one of these versions (yes, later on with more time, I might add more skins and more info on the other movies, as well). On the join form you will also be able to select which of the versions is your favourite or if you indeed like all, you can select this option as well.


Statistics


This fanlisting was last updated 01st November 2017 and has a total of 29 members from 17 countries with 0 waiting for approval.

About 0.01 fans per day have joined since the fanlisting was opened on the 7th May 2009.

The fanlisting is maintained by Barbayat with the aid of Enthusiast, CodeSort, Fan Update and other sources.



Affiliates

 Classic Horror  H.G. Wells "The Invisible Man"  League of Extraordinary Gentlemen  Mina Harker  Mina Harker / Dr. Henry Jekyll  Rodney Skinner  Sherlock Holmes want to?

Updates


Moved: Dorian Gray

Posted Nov 5, 2014. Leave a comment?

And the Dorian Gray fanlisting got a fix over as I moved it to its new location—you might not notice any difference but it looks a bit better I promise! :D

Dorians Buttons are back

Posted Sep 13, 2009. Leave a comment?

Just finished re-uploading all of the buttons for this fanlisting. Thanks to unwelcome distractions this took forever.

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League of Extraordinary Gentlemen:

A version very different from its literary origins. The Dorian here is not blonde, has a beard and is less youthful looking compared to the description given by Oscar Wilde. Most importantly, the personality has been altered and Dorian here is not nearly as angsty and seems to enjoy his immortal existance more.

Maybe this is because, unlike the origina book version, this Dorian can not look at his painting to see the corruption and decay visible in his portrait. Despite this however, this Dorian hung his painting on his stair well, so maybe briefly peeping at it is of no consequence. ;)