In 2000, Jhonen Vasquez debuted his wildly original animated show Invader Zim on Nickelodeon. Now, 20 years later, fans have a chance to keep part of this cult cartoon classic’s history in arm’s reach at all times with The Art of Invader Zim — a beautiful, imagery-packed hardcover arriving July 28 from Abrams (SRP $35). Animag is delighted to offer our readers a chance to win their very own copy, compliments of the art-focused publishing house!
Put together by author and designer Chris McDonnell (Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo, Steven Universe: Art & Origins, BoJack Horseman: The Art Before the Horse) with a heartfelt, enthusiastic foreword from Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar, The Art of Invader Zim is an oral and visual history covering the development and production of the cult TV show, comic-book series and 2019 Netflix movie Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus. This in-depth compendium contains never-before-published production art, storyboard, BTS photos and ephemera, as well as exclusive interviews with key creatives, cast and crew.
Enter for your chance to win by selecting the correct answer to the trivia question below and emailing it with your name, address and email address to email@example.com with the subject line “Zim Giveaway”.
Before Invader Zim crash landed onto airwaves, what morbid indie comic was creator Jhonen Vasquez best known for?
B. Johnny the Homicidal Maniac
C. The Walking Dead