"Never has a comic so purposefully stupid lied on a foundation of comedic skill so honed and smart." You said it, PASTE MAGAZINE. From the far reaches of weird space to the incomprehensible world of underground art, ZIM is back! And his thirst for world domination has only grown! ZIM and his filthy evil ways have been gone for what feels like years. But Dib KNOWS the alien menace will rear his head again, and he won't leave the house, or his 900 security monitors, until it happens. And it WILL happen. Oh, it WILL. Collects the first five issues of the comic series based on the hit TV show, INVADER ZIM!
About the Author
Jhonen Vasquez is a writer and artist who walks in many worlds, not unlike Blade, only without having to drink blood-serum to survive the curse that is also his greatest power (still talking about Blade here). He’s worked in comics and animation and is the creator of Invader ZIM, a fact that haunts him to this day.
Eric Trueheart was one of the original writers on the Invader ZIM television series back when there was a thing called “television.” Since then, he’s made a living writing moderately-inappropriate things for people who make entertainment for children, including Dreamworks Animation, Cartoon Network, Disney TV, PBS, Hasbro and others. Upon reading this list, he now thinks he maybe should have become a dentist, and he hates teeth.
Aaron Alexovich’s first professional art job was drawing deformed children for Nickelodeon’s Invader ZIM. Since then he’s been deforming children for various animation and comic projects, including Avatar: The Last Airbender, Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja, Disney’s Haunted Mansion, Fables, Kimmie66, ELDRITCH! (with art by Drew Rausch) and three volumes of his own beloved horror/comedy witch comic dealie, Serenity Rose.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Cupcakes! Anyway, loved this show when it was on. From the characters, the tone and that art style. Oh and course Gir. Can't forget that adorable Gir. And found out there was a volume or two of this and it was good, fun read. And that art style was also good.