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With over 100 issues released and 1,000,000 copies sold Deadworld arrived on the zombie apocalypse scene well before The Walking Dead and presents a different supernatural with intelligent zombies take on the global nightmare. While being considered the 'godfather' of all the zombie apocalyptic comics that followed.Collecting Volume One of Deadworld - comic issues #15-18 plus the Deadtales features that introduced the Amy character. BOOK FOUR of the Deadworld Archive series brings all the original Deadworld stories back into print for the first time since they were originally released. In this book, Dan and Joey find themselves in a small town that seemingly is isolated from the zombie menace. They adapt to a life of normalcy and the global horror seems to ignore this haven. But of course, that won't last for long."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."It is frightening, haunting, gloomy, grave, and delectably mystifying." - Talking Comics."Deadworld does a great job in a creating a zombie world with its own unique style. We get to see this world through the eyes of a group of kids struggling to grow up fast, and we get the sense that anything can happen in this chaotic, unpredictable world. It's a great ride through a post-apocalyptic zombie-torn world, and it begs you to come back looking for more." - Dan Wrobel, IGN
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Gary Reed is considered the primary writer on Deadworld since this volume came out, he has written virtually all the Deadworld material which covers nearly 75 issues. He is also known for his Harvey Award nominated series, "Baker Street" as well as titles such as "Renfield", "Saint Germaine", and "The Red Diaries'. Mark Bloodworth has illustrated a number of books including "The Illustrated Jack the Ripper", "The Ripper Legacy" and the critically acclaimed "Abel". He was also brought in by Marvel Comics to work on "Clive Barker's: Hellraiser." Vince Locke started his comic career with Deadworld and later went on to work with Neil Gaiman and Jill Thompson on the "Sandman" series from Vertigo/DC. He was also the illustrator of "A History of Violence" which became a major feature film. Paul Daly is known for his realistic style on his comic series which include "Bounty" and the adaptation of "The Man Who Would Be King", both from Caliber Comics. Dan Day was the artist of "Aztec Ace" and often teams up with his brother, David Day on art chores. Together they were the artists for the "Cases of Sherlock Holmes" series of over 20 adaptations and have done many titles for Marvel Comics.