UNCLE GLENNYS ZOMBIE POCALYPSE. 1 / 200 SIGNED HARD COVER LIMITED.
Artwork by Glenn Chadbourne.
Concept by Dave Hinchberger and Glenn Chadbourne.
Glenn Chadbourne's first, full-fledged, adult, coloring book!
Featuring one of his favorite subjects in horror: ZOMBIES!
Over Thirty Illustrations to color!
1 of 200 copies in an oversized production!
Signed by Glenn Chadbourne and Dave Hinchberger.
Zombie Crayon limited edition set, with original artwork on the box. Signed and numbered by Glenn Chadbourne, with official OCP embossed matching silver numbered seal.
This signed limited features a panel, CREATOR, CREATION, that features artist, Glenn Chadbourne, working at his desk, his mouth agape, as his creation comes off the page straight for him!
This art is only available in the signed / limited and lettered editions.
Back cover features unique version art of Glenn’s Creator, Creation, also only available on the limited and lettered editions.
Oversized volume measures 8 1/2 x 11.
All illustrations are new and unique to this release and appear here for the first time anywhere!
Created by Glenn Chadbourne, and Overlook Connection Press publisher, Dave Hinchberger, they've put together a one helluva zombie collection for you to love - and color!
I love zombies. I've loved them in all their many forms since I was a carpet crawler (or, youngwun as they say up in this neck of the woods) when they first shambled into view on our old RCA console tube in the family living room... White Zombie with uber creepy Bela Lugosi working a herd of them on his island plantation... they staggered around, wall-eyed and moaning, powered by weird voodoo rites. There were a host of these sorts of flicks featured on Saturday creature features on the local channels...By the time I reached "tweenhood" I considered myself fairly well acquainted with that particular genre of the undead; through movies of course, but also in no small measure through stacks of comics and the great old Warren magazines of the day: Creepy, Eerie, Vampirela... The seventies... brought an absolute slew of zombies on the screen. Hammer made the great gothic entry, Plague of the Zombies, and the Italian splattermeistrs helmed a whole subgenre genre via the creeping dead...Of course George Romero served up the most famous humdinger classic of all in the late sixties... Night of the Living Dead... This is in no small part due to the phenomenal success of the TV show, The Walking Dead. I figure all that deserves a nifty coloring book!
I very much hope you enjoy the book, and know I enjoyed the hell out of dredging it up for you.
From Why I Love Zombies Introduction, by "Uncle" Glenny.
2016 Overlook Connection Press Limited Hard cover. 70 pages. 8 1/2 x 11. UGZP