With Halloween right around the corner, this is the perfect time to give away a great new book from Mezco Toyz, “The Art of Living Dead Dolls.” If you were in NYC for New York Comic Con, then you might have gone to the very successful book signing at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Luckily, we’ve got a signed copy of the book for you right here and it’s going to go to one lucky fan on October 31st, Halloween!
If you can’t wait to win a copy of the book, you can always click HERE and buy one.
Here’s how it works:
1. You can enter once a day to win the signed book.
3. Answer the question below
4. You can earn extra entries by following us on Facebook and/or Twitter @youbentmywookie and RT: “Win a copy of The Art of Living Dead Dolls at YBMW! http://bit.ly/1sOj3Nh”
This giveaway is open to all legal residents of the United States and those who are 18+. One entry per person per day. No purchase is necessary. The winner will be selected randomly from all valid entries.
Today’s (10/14/14) Featured Giveaway!
*This contest will end at 11:59 PM PST (10/31/14)
Contest Question: What is the longest running horror doll line ever produced?
About the book:
A ghoulish homage to the world-record-holding doll line, The Art Of Living Dead Dolls book is an artistic celebration of the beloved darkness created over 16 years ago.
Entombed with over 100 spine-tingling images from more than 80 different artists, this art book is printed on deluxe glossy 100lb stock. Featuring an embossed cover and presented in full color, it is a perfect addition to any library, coffee table, or mortuary.
The Art of Living Dead Dolls is packed full of unique imagery created by world-renowned artists including Joshua Hoffine, Angus Oblong, Dan Brereton, Yuki Abiko, Emily Yishizawa, Michael Pasquale, Rotten Orange, Stephen Blickenstaff, Shelby Vogal, and many more.
Also contained within this volume is a section of fan art, tattoos from those who have pledged their flesh to Living Dead Dolls, and highlights from the wildly successful 2006 Living Dead Dolls Art Show.
The Art of Living Dead Dolls additionally features a foreword by legendary master of monster portraiture, Basil Gogos.
The Art of Living Dead Dolls is a must-have for any fan, purveyor of the macabre, or just those interested in things that go bump in the night.
But be warned: viewing of this book alone may very well lead you down a path of nightmarish insanity!