LIFE OF AGONY Bassist's 'Crawl To Me' Limited-Edition Graphic Novel: A Detailed Look

January 8, 2013

A detailed look at the upcoming "Crawl To Me" limited-edition graphic novel written and illustrated by New York native Alan Robert, best known for being the primary-songwriter/bassist for the respected hard rock group LIFE OF AGONY, is available in the video clip below. Coming later this year, each signed and numbered book comes with an original hand-drawn illustration by Robert. "Crawl To Me" is now development to become a full-length, live-action feature film with a screenplay written by TJ Cimfel and David White.

The "Crawl To Me" graphic ovel collects the original 2011 comic series with a painted cover by renowned Monocyte artist Menton3. The introduction for the book was written by Robert's former cartooning teacher and legendary comics artist Walter Simonson (Thor).

In related news, Robert just wrapped up issue #3 of Killogy, starring Marky Ramone (RAMONES),Frank Vincent ("Goodfellas", "The Sopranos") and Brea Grant ("Heroes", "Dexter"),due out in February from IDW Publishing. Viewable below is a photo of Marky holding the book.

The Killogy four-issue comic series is described as "an off-the-wall, genre-busting mash-up of crime, dark comedy and horror."

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