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Ivan Moody’s – Dirty Poetry Arrives Just In Time For Halloween

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Z2 Comics made headlines everywhere earlier in the year with the announcement of this book of original poetry from Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody, landing on shelves today!

It’s no trick; the treat rock fans have been waiting for since June is available at your favorite local comic book store now! Presented in an exquisite hardcover format, Ivan Moody’s Dirty Poetry arrives on shelves today with copies also available now through the Z2 website!

Ivan Moody said “Out of all the projects I’ve undertaken this is something truly out of the ordinary, completely unorthodox, and without ‘creative walls.’ It is by far the oddest thing I’ve ever done (and that’s saying something).

I had no idea how this would turn out but thankfully – between Blake and myself – I’m ecstatic with this first edition of Dirty Poetry. I’m intrigued and excited to share this FULL DOSE of my thought provoking/chaotic and emotionally stimulating artistic vision with all of you.

 Welcome… to My rabbit hole.”

Ever wondered what really lies beyond “where the sidewalk ends?” From the wonderfully twisted mind of the front man of Five Finger Death PunchIvan Moody’s Dirty Poetryi s a book of original poems punctuated with dark art that’s guaranteed to inspire upside-down dreamscapes in the minds of its readers.

Written by Ivan Moody himself, with beautifully haunting ink and watercolour illustrations by Blake Armstrong, Z2 Comics offers this Halloween treat to readers everywhere this October! 

The Ivan Moody’s Dirty Poetry illustrated book comes in at 104 pages and will be released in a standard hardcover edition in comic shops today priced at $34.99, and also available directly through the Z2 website

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