- Illustrated by the supremely grim, superlatively talented Julia Gfrörer *
- Due September 2015 from Zest Books
The lives of the saints are filled with inspiring, life-changing moments—but the deaths of the martyrs are where you’ll find the real “Oh, hell no!” moments of history. This adult (very adult, as the body count will quickly indicate) coloring book gives aspiring crayon and paper artists the chance to hone their craft while also buffing up their knowledge of Catholic history and tales. The attending stories will go down pretty easy at cocktail hours as well. [Continued…]
April 25, 2015 by Angelico Nguyen at 12:00 am
4 Comments Filed Under: animalia, bookish, cartoonish, Catholic with a capital K, caution, consumer alert, cut and paste, Death, for self-examination, Heaven, kulture klash, quite possibly funny, Saints, the God problem, the problem of pain Tagged With: art begins in a wound, Categories: HISTORY - PULP, I'm feeling sanguine about this., Tags: coloring book - history - nonfiction, This is kid's stuff compared to 'Alphonse'.