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5 Spine-Chilling Coloring Books Every Horror Fan Will Die For

With Halloween around the corner waiting to bring us hoards of sweets and the highly anticipated ’13 Nights of Halloween’ movie marathon (Hocus Pocus is the winner), it’s never too early to celebrate.

 

Horror fans can mix their love of everything spooky with arts and crafts with these terrifying horror-themed coloring books!

 

Grab some markers, sip your favorite Pumpkin-spiced latte and check out these goodies.

 

1. The Beauty of Horror: A GOREgeous Coloring Book ($12)

 

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Described as “The Walking Dead meets The Secret Garden,” this coloring book contains intricate illustrations showcasing severed heads, monstrous beasts, haunting skeletal remains, and delicate landscapes. Sounds beautiful!  

 

2. Adult Coloring Book: Horror Land ($6)

 

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Discover the lovely grounds of Horror Land with this very inviting coloring book. Featuring forty incredibly scary illustrations of woodsy landscapes and an array of monsters waiting to greet visitors, this coloring book is simply lovely!

 

3. Edgar Allen Poe: An Adult Coloring Book ($10)

 

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Celebrate the literary legacy of author Edgar Allen Poe by re-discovering his wonderfully twisted stories! Illustrated by artist Odessa Begay, these incredible illustrations feature references to the settings, motifs, and details found in Poe’s works. Embrace your duel love of literature and horror with these dreamy illustrations!

 

4. Gothic Halloween: A Scary Adult Coloring Book ($8)

 

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Described as the antithesis of a Charlie Brown Halloween, this coloring book features thirty-one illustrations of classic Halloween motifs. Decomposing skulls, gliding bats, and much more await you!

 

5. Monsters of Literature Adult Coloring Book of Horror ($9)

 

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This special treat for literary buffs brings your favorite literary monsters back to life, allowing you to re-imagine them in an artistic way. From Frankenstein’s creature (no the creature’s name is not Frankenstein despite popular belief) to Oscar Wilde’s Canterville Ghost, readers can greet a wide range of characters (i.e. 25) whose inspirations helped to make Halloween what it is today. 

 

Are you ready to discover what horrors await?

 

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