Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter Image via Sci-fi now Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter
Image via Sci-fi now

As fannibals will shout from behind prison-glass, Bryan Fuller's 2015 TV series Hannibal, with it's delicious decadence, beautiful blood and gore topped off with tones of homoerotism, was a roaring success.

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The show, which was the prequel to The Silence of the Lambs and Red Dragon, initially explored the cat-and-mouse relationship of Hannibal and FBI agent Will Graham. With Hannibal assigned as the psychiatrist to Will, the agent with a talent for seeping into the minds of serial killers, the two men form one of the big and little screen's most twisted relationships.

Bryan Fuller's artful depiction of Maryland and Virginia and his ability to make a murder look beautiful, alongside Janice Poon and José Andrés disturbing talent for making Hannibal's macabre meals mouth-watering all set to the tune of Brian Reitzell’s cacophony, make for compelling viewing.

With a cult following behind, it is no wonder, Prop Store, have teamed up with Gaumont Television to offer fannibals over 1 300 pieces from the show. Props, costumes, set decorations from all three seasons will be going under the virtual gavel in their online auction from March 21.

To really get fans bloodthirsty, original pieces from the show will be given away to a randomly selected auction registrant. Fans will have from now until the auction's start date to register and be entered.

A donation from the sale will be given to L.A Kitchen, a charity which uplifts, empowers and employs members of the Los Angeles community.

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