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Deadpool awakes from a food coma to find...the zombie apocalypse has occurred! Now, can the Merc with a mouth avoid becoming the Merc in their mouths?! Thrill to the sight of a hideous, rotting-fleshed monster shambling about the landscape...and don't forget all the zombies that he's fighting! (Get it? That first one referred to Deadpool. Who says zombie horror comics can't have a little humor?) Cullen Bunn, writer of the fan-favorite Deadpool Killogy, brings us one of Deadpool's darkest tales ever...and we're not just saying that because it's in black and white (and red)! So ring the dinner bell and nail shut the door, as Deadpool takes on the undead! COLLECTING: Night of the Living Deadpool 1-4
|Product dimensions:||6.40(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||15 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Cullen grew up in rural North Carolina, but now lives in the St. Louis area with his wife Cindy and his son Jackson. His noir/horror comic (and first collaboration with Brian Hurtt), The Damned, was published in 2007 by Oni Press. The follow-up, The Damned: Prodigal Sons, was released in 2008. In addition to The Sixth Gun, his current projects include Crooked Hills, a middle reader horror prose series from Evileye Books; The Tooth, an original graphic novel from Oni Press; and various work for Marvel and DC. Somewhere along the way, Cullen founded Undaunted Press and edited the critically acclaimed small press horror magazine, Whispers from the Shattered Forum.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Really enjoyed this book. The art is awesome, and the story interesting. The only thing I have to complain about is that it was not as funny as I had hoped.
Deadpool in the middle of a zombie apocalypse is such an interesting idea because of his non-stop buffoonery, which is a good thing. His constant inability to take things series even in the most dire situation should get old but doesn't. While the book wasn't as funny as other Deadpool books, it did have its share of laughs and the artistic choice of the color palette was fantastic. The overall book though was good but not great.