LIFE OF AGONY Bassist's 'Wire Hangers' Graphic Novel Out Today

LIFE OF AGONY bassist Alan Robert releases his Wire Hangers graphic novel (IDW Publishing) today (Wednesday, November 17) to fine bookstores everywhere. Horror fans should enjoy the cover which depicts main character, Cypra, performed by horror/slasher star Nick Principe (Laid to Rest, Hatchet 2).

Cypra's special makeup effects were created by Hollywood's master creature designer Robert Hall and his studio Almost Human ("The Crazies", "Devil", "Paranormal Activity 2"). The graphic novel consists of issues 1-4, written and illustrated by Robert, which were released earlier this year through award-winning publisher IDW Publishing (30 Days of Night, GI Joe, Transformers). The book includes an introduction written by legendary comic artist Michael J. Zeck, most famous for drawing The Punisher comic series, an exclusive interview with Alan Robert by "A Comicbook Orange" host Casey McKinnon and a cover designed by Sam Shearon.

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