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ZombieWorld: Winter's Dregs and Other Stories

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2005

    Zombie comics at their peak

    ¿ Winter¿s Dregs¿ is just over 24 hours in the life and death of New York City. Written by Bob Fingerman and illustrated by Tommy Lee Edwards, it begins with a plague of rats attacking one woman, but the rats are infected by the zombie disease and soon it spreads throughout the whole city. The art is dark and moody, perfect for this genre. The script focuses on a select few characters and their reaction to the carnage and chaos around them. All of it combines for a hunting study in human nature, that¿s the typical high quality we¿ve come to love and expect from Zombie World. ¿ Eat Your Heart Out¿ is written and illustrated by Kelly Jones, easily my favorite Zombie World artist. The story is of a young man obsessed with the girl next door, even when she becomes a zombie, craving nothing more than to eat him alive. Their relationship unfolds in a truly bizarre way, making this a cringe-worthy read. ¿ Home for the Holidays¿ is by Gordon Rennie and Gary Erskine. The tale of old Connecticut Family gathering for Christmas, it gives a new meaning to the phrase, ¿ We¿ll all be together for the Holidays¿ as the Zombie virus infects the old family cemetery where 400 years worth of family members are buried. Erskine¿s art is crisp and photorealistic, Rennie¿s reactions from the dead and living are brilliant. This is my favorite tale in the collection. ¿ Tree of Death¿ is my least favorite Zombie World tale. Set in London, it¿s written by Pat Mills and illustrated by J. Deadstock. The art is good, but not stunning, and the script tries to hard to be an Evil Dead story. I love Evil Dead, I love Zombie World, but they¿re not so great combined. It even had the `hero¿ who looks a lot like Bruce Campbell searching for the Necronomicon, which looks exactly the same as it does in Sam Raimi¿s classic. Filled with Satanic Goths, people possessed with ancient warriors, and the messiah of Zombies, Azzul Gotha, it is entertaining and bloody, but not the VERY high quality I¿ve come to expect from this series. This is a great volume and I recommend it for zombie lovers everywhere. It¿s truly horrifying and creepy.

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