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After Hours AM: Alan Robert horror artist, comic book creator, and Life of Agony bassist/songwriter

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On a cheerfully gruesome, colorful, and hard rocking edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we visit with horror artist, comic book creator, and Life of Agony bassist/songwriter Alan Robert about his new The Beauty of Horror 2: Ghouliana’s Creepatorium – Another GOREgeous Coloring Book. Alan joins us at top of hour 2. Hour 1 Joel and Eric dredge up the week’s coolest paranormal news from the America’s Most Haunted Twitter feed. The Beauty of Horror 2 Following up his #1 best-selling coloring book The Beauty of Horror, creator Alan Robert returns with volume two in the series – The Beauty of Horror 2: Ghouliana’s Creepatorium – Another GOREgeous Coloring Book. Ghouliana’s Creepatorium (Sept 19, IDW) continues the journey of everyone’s favorite undead girl, Ghouliana, as she mischievously attempts to trick budding colorists into unleashing her deadly spell. Ghouliana has secretly sprinkled her haunted ingredients throughout 80 pages of Robert’s original pen and ink illustrations. The Beauty of Horror 2 features a beautifully chilling red-foiled cover and high-quality paper that will ensure the pools of blood you color don’t leak through the pages. “I was completely blown away by the overwhelming response to the first book,” Robert says, “the amazing color work fans have been posting online inspired me to get crackin’ on volume two right away! And this time, Ghouliana’s got even more tricks up her sleeve.” Regarding Beauty of Horror 1, Robert confides, “The coloring book craze took hold of my wife and daughter a few months ago and I wanted to get in on the fun, but as I flipped through the endless pages of nature patterns, it dawned on me that someone left out all of the damn corpses. As a proud member of the horror community, I took it upon myself to stand up for the rights of monster-lovers everywhere

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