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Dr. Paul Bearer's Creature Feature Paperback – June 11, 2013
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About the Author
Roger L. Boyes Jr. is an administrator of several genre web sites, artist, and admitted sci-fi and horror geek. He is a life long fan of horror hosts and horrible old movies. As horror host Doctor Xombie he has tried to continue the tradition of keeping the horror hosting legacy alive. He lives in Zephyrhills, Florida, with his daughter, cat, and three fish. "Dr. Paul Bearer's Creature Feature" is his first book. He is currently working on several other fiction and non-fiction books in the horror genre.
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Recommended for hardcore Paul Bearer fans only.
The book has many photos, and for me that was the major highlight, but they are a bit small and don't have any information with them. I think this would be great if released in a larger format, ie coffee table book, to better display the images and also provide source information such as who provided the image and who else is in the picture / what the picture is of.
I feel this book is a great start, but I'd really love to see a second edition down the road that delves deeper into both his persona as well as the man behind the makeup.