Can you find Alice Cooper? Search for the famous frontman amid elaborately illustrated scenes that depict the madness and mayhem of the musician’s legendary avant-garde aesthetic.
For more than 50 years, Alice Cooper has surprised fans with his rule-breaking, genre-defining, horror-filled theatrical performances. Now, Alice Cooper fans can bring a little of the band’s vaudeville-infused magic home with them with Where Is Alice Cooper?, an official, fully-authorized seek-and-find book featuring the king of hard rock.
With 14 double-page puzzles inspired by Alice Cooper’s iconic albums—including Welcome to My Nightmare, Billion Dollar Babies, and Hey Stoopid—Where Is Alice Cooper? pays proper homage to the classic style expected from the architect of shock-rock.
Say hello to Alice Cooper’s nightmare with these vibrant, whimsical scenes that bring the band’s celebrated horror aesthetic to life. Crafted by the same creative minds who brought you the critically acclaimed seek-and-find book Motörhead: Where is Lemmy? and the fan-favorite graphic novel RUSH: The Making of a Farewell to Kings, Where Is Alice Cooper? is the perfect addition to every Alice Cooper fan’s collection.
Lindsay Lee is an illustrator and co-author of Where Is Alice Cooper? An artist since birth, Lindsay brings her love of music and her unique illustration style to her role as an artist and writer for the award-winning animation studio Fantoons, where she has worked on best-selling titles like Ninja Sex Party: The Graphic Novel, Rush: The Making of a Farewell to Kings, and Neil Peart: The Illustrated Quotes. Lindsay currently lives in Tennessee, and when she's not helping create material for the greatest artists in the cosmos, she’s perfecting her own original comic.
David Calcano is the founder and creative director of Fantoons, an animation studio based in Los Angeles. David was born in Caracas, Venezuela and has been watching cartoons ever since he was inside his mom’s belly. As an adult, he moved to the UK, where he worked as a systems engineer until he dropped his career to pursue his true dream: to build an animation studio, create cartoons and publish books that merge music and creative art. Throughout his career, David has worked hand-in-hand with some of the top companies and musical artists around the world, including The Walt Disney Company, Rush, Alice Cooper, Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys, Mr. Big, Universal Music, Poison, and Steve Martin.