Deadworld Archives: Book Eight

Deadworld Archives: Book Eight

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Overview

In this continuation of collecting all the original Deadworld stores in nine volumes, this Book Eight features volume two of the series, specifically issues 5-10. Here, the lepers of Brunston are introduced and Dan is entranced by the Voodoo Queen who challenges King Zombie for control of the dead. The Dead-Killer shows the townspeople the horror of the zombies first hand so they truly understand what they're up against. Deadworld is considered the "grand-daddy" of all zombie comics and has been published for 30 years with about 100 issues published over that time.

"This is thinking man's horror done right." - Comic Bastards, Adam Kelly.

"The best, in my humble opinion, of the zombie comics." - Tom Snigoski, Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

"I can't rave enough about this series." - Kenneth Gallant, Broken Frontier.

"This is one heck of a disturbing book and I'd definitely recommend it to new and old fans alike." - Paul Milligan, They Live to Serve.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942351313
Publisher: Caliber
Publication date: 02/27/2016
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.34(d)

About the Author

Gary Reed has written most of the Deadworld issues to date and continues to be the primary writer. His previous work includes titles such as "Baker Street", "Raven Chronicles", "A Murder of Scarecrows", "Renfield" and many others. Jason Moore has had a long career in comics, starting off with issues of The Realm. He primarily served as an inker and worked on many popular projects such as Batman, Spiderman, Evil Ernie, Sleepy Hollow, and more. Galen Showman was the illustrator of "Renfield" and the continuity artist of the Dante's Inferno adaptation "Sin Eternal". He was also the illustrator of "JLA: Age of Wonder" from DC Comics. Chris Torres was a newcomer when he came on board to work on Deadworld and has since moved onto the world of tattooing. Chris Morea was also new to the comics world and in addition to the Deadworld series, also was the penciller for the "Realm of the Dead" mini-series.

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