Via Gris Grimly, who has returned to the San Diego Comic-Con after a few year hiatus:
“With my new book “Frankenstein” coming out in August, I convinced my editor at HarperCollins to release a limited number of copies to sell at SDCC. Get this 200-illustrated-page magnum opus (that took me four years to complete) before anyone else. We have a limited number available for pre-release. Get them before they sell out. The first 100 books sold will come with a signed and numbered limited edition mini print- FREE! How killer is that!
I’ve also released three volumes of a DIY zine documenting the four-year process of creating “Frankenstein.” These punk-zine-inspired journals take you behind the mad man as I slaved away in the crypt. They include multiple photos, sketches, concept art, thought processes, frustrations, and other raw materials that are quite personal. A great companion to your new copy of “Frankenstein.”
Everybody loves buttons. That’s why I created five new buttons based on the art, logos, and words from the book “Frankenstein”. Get one or get them all.
We will also be premiering a new shirt inspired by the book. “WE SHALL BE MONSTERS” is a quote taken from the monster’s words in the story. Being a society of the misunderstood, we can proudly wear this shirt. Get it while you can at SDCC.”
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