Chris Locke writes, "Why should kids have all the fun? '99 Ways To Die: a Coloring Book for ADULTS' is for mature audiences who love to color, but are tired of childish subject matter. Every page shows a different way to die.
Full size version of the book is $25, pocket-size version is $15."
Locke's a multi-talented artist and a real favorite around here. His last Kickstarter, a sketchbook that is designed to alleviate the terror of the blank page, came out beautifully. But he's also the guy with the phone amps made of brass instruments, the spiders made from confiscated scissors, and the fossilized cellphones and other gadgets
99 Ways To Die - A coloring book for ADULTS
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