Book Release – Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes Vol.1

Book publisher Pill Hill Press,is pleased to announce an official scheduled release for “Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes Vol.1“,written by Monstermatt Patterson, illustrated by Kyle Kaczmarczyk,with an introduction by Joe Moe and an afterword by Pat Tantalo,for their non-fiction imprint, WestNeb Books. WestNebBooks acquired the book from it’s previous publisher,during a brief and successful run, with both critics and readers alike.Some changes have been made to the book,including some added content.

“Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes Vol.1″ ISBN 978-1617060946 is a self described collection of over 400 badjokes, rancid rhymes, putrid puns, and sophomoric song parodies,with illustrations,focused on horror films,monsters,sci-fi,superheroes, and some popculture,for good measure.

According to Pill Hill Press and WestNeb Books editor Jessy Marie Roberts,September 21st, 2011 is the scheduled release for Volume 1.Just in time for Halloween!Volumes 2 and 3 are currently being written,with no release dates yet, for the follow up editions. Monstermatt has written over one thousand bad monsterjokes,and this first volume gives you a sizeable introduction to the humor that resides within.The marriage of the jokes to Kyle Kaczmarczyk’s insightful illustrations,are what has fans waiting for more!

What can readers expect? Bad jokes like:

Does the 666 on Damien Thorne’s scalp,mean he’s the Devil?

No,it’s his “Credit Score”!

Why was The Wolfman mad at his H.M.O.?

They wouldn’t pay for his “flea dip”!

Where does H.P.Lovecraft like to shop?

Bed,Bath & “From Beyond”!

What coffee drink does The Phantom of the Opera like?

La lalalalalala,latte!

Sophomoric song parody lyrics,like:

“My Zombie Valentine”

“Intestines”

“Monsters in the Night”

And many,many,more…

According to duo,the book is acting as an introduction to the horror genre for newcomers,while entertaining those already familiar with it.Jokes and illustrations about Frankenstein and Dracula,to jokes about “The Manitou” and “Basket Case”,even “The Human Centipede”,are turning many a newcomer into a horror buff.The duo has heard feedback from readers that watched “Dead Snow”,and some other notable films,due to the book.

The jokes and song parodies have been used on horror podcasts like:

RueMorgue Radio
Screamwave Podcast
RottingFlesh Radio
Tomb TV with Tomb Dragomir

And more.This has helped to build a growing following of Maniacs(fans).

As the Emcee of Buffalo MonsterFest 2010, Monstermatt got a chance to field test his brand of humor-a mixture of Mad Magazine/Famous Monsters/Benny Hill/Borscht Belt Comedy,finding that what produced groans from the audience,felt delicious to him!
With Kaczmarczyk at the drawing pad,illustrating sight gags, he knew they had something “ghoul” going on,that could entertain,enlighten,and grow on the reader.

A perfect book for the Halloween season,Monster lover,horror curious and more! The book will be available at major online book retailers.For more information,and updates,or to keep up with Kyle,Monstermatt and PillHillPress,follow them on Twitter at:
www.Twitter.com/zombieinkcomics
www.Twitter.com/1monstermatt
www.Twitter.com/pillhillpress

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