Written by writer & mask-maker, MonsterMatt Patterson (horrornews.net, Zombie Ink Comics), and illustrated by comic book writer/artist, Kyle J. Kaczmarczyk (The Red Eye, Pulp, Igor: Occult Detective), MonsterMatt’s Bad Monster Joke Book Vol. 1 collects over 400 putrid puns, rancid rhymes and shocking song parodies along with over 25 eerie illustrations that’ll give you nightmares for a long time.
Do you enjoy a good joke? One that makes you throw your head back and let out a great big belly laugh? If you do then stay far far away from this book. However, if you enjoy bad, corny, goofy joke that make you wish you had bought that 12 book series on power tools instead, then Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes (Volume 1) is just the book for you. Covering a plethora of topics such as various creatures, like Dracula, Frankenstein and the Mummy. TV and movies are not even safe as Matt makes ‘pun’ of The Walking Dead, True Blood, Piranha 3D and Dead Snow. Heck there is even some song parodies that made me giggle.
What do they sing to Jason from Friday the 13th on his birthday? “Voorhees a jolly good fellow!”
That is just 1 small bite of the bad taste that will be left if your mouth after reading Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes (Volume 1). Seriously, if you do enjoy bad, jokes and I personally do, this is just the book for you. The title itself let’s you know they are bad jokes, so bad that you can’t help but groan, but secretly love them. That is the whole goal of Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes (Volume 1),to give its readers a good chuckle at a mind numbing joke, and the author succeeded tenfold.
Click on the cover image above for a link to get your copy of Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes (Volume 1) in paperback. Go (HERE) for a Kindle version or head to Barnes & Noble (HERE) for your paperback/nook copy.
Learn more about the author by checking out his self titled website, MonsterMatt, or by following him on Twitter: @1MonsterMatt. Much like Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes (Volume 1) his tweets will, at times, inspire you to begin digging at your heart with a spoon. Why a spoon? Because it hurts more!
Espresso rating: Triple