Just when you thought it was safe to pack your colors away, creator Alan Robert returns with The Beauty of Horror: Ultimate Nightmare, Deluxe Coloring Set. Get your claws around twelve oversized illustrations that you can color and frame from the bestselling horror series. Each 12″ x 12″ MONSTER-sized print allows for an even more fun coloring experience with its large spaces and one-sided, deluxe coloring format. This ‘GOREgeous’ print collection includes fan favorites from The Beauty of Horror Volume One, Volume Two: Ghouliana’s Creepatorium, Volume Three: Haunted Playgrounds, and features three, brand-new Alan Robert exclusives!
When asked about the thinking behind the title, the Life of Agony bassist explains, “Beauty of Horror fans can finally decorate their walls with their GOREgeous artwork for the very first time, which also means they’ll be inviting Ghouliana into their homes.” Robert laughs, “So, don’t blame me when her hollowed eyes creep you out from across the room! Yeah, I’d say Ultimate Nightmare is aptly named.”
“The fan reaction to Beauty of Horror has been phenomenal,” says Justin Eisinger, Senior Editor, Books for IDW Publishing. “But we knew there were new dark corners of this breakout hit to explore, and this new, collectible format is something we think fans of BoH and coloring books, in general, will really enjoy.”
The Beauty of Horror: Ultimate Nightmare, Deluxe Coloring Set by Alan Robert arrives in stores September 2018 from IDW Publishing.
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TP * BW * $39.99 * 12 Prints * 12″ x 12″ * ISBN: 978-1-68405-312-4
Author Bio: Alan Robert is the creator of several critically-acclaimed graphic novels: Wire Hangers, Crawl to Me (in development to become a motion picture), Killogy, The Shunned One, and The Beauty of Horror, a bestselling series of horror-themed adult coloring books. Robert is also well known as the bassist/songwriter for the hard rock group Life of Agony for over two decades. A Brooklyn native, Alan’s journey as a comic book creator began at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he attended on a scholarship and studied cartooning under legendary Thor comic writer/artist Walt Simonson.