Zombie Graphic Novels & Comics
Because of the popularity of shows like The Walking Dead graphic novels and comics on the subject of zombies are much more acceptable to the masses. If you're new to the world of zombie comics and zombie graphic novels here are some to get you started.
Sketchbook Of The Dead features artwork from some of the most exciting international artists available.The cover artist is Stefano Cardoselli of Heavy Metal Magazine and Vincent Price Presents from Blue Water Comics.Other artists include Mark Lone, Andrew Villar (creator of Ambush Comics, a highly popular book in his native Philappines), Special Effects master Scott Conner, William Cook from New Zealand, up and coming painter Amber Michelle Russell and Fernando Jimenez.
They were the Squadron Supreme, heroes exiled from another dimension to our own-but the twisted science of the Project: PEGASUS facility cloned these defenders, infecting them with a virulent zombie strain. Now, it's up to Jill Harper's desperate special-ops team to keep the plague contained within the facility-whatever the cost. But Harper discovers that the Squadron wasn't the only unconscionable experiment being kept off the PEGASUS records, and her shocking find may be the key to saving the human race. Join Frank Marraffino (Haunted Tank) and Fernando Blanco (MARVEL ZOMBIES 5, THUNDERBOLTS) as the bodies and unpredictable resurrections climax in the most gore-soaked chapter of the Marvel Zombies saga yet! COLLECTING: MARVEL ZOMBIES SUPREME 1-5
This hardcover features the first 12 issues of the hit series along with the covers for the issues in one oversized hardcover volume. Perfect for long time fans, new readers and anyone needing a slightly heavy object with which to fend off the wa
Love Bites. Hate Eats... The "Zombie" Apocalypse is coming. It's not "if" it's "when," and if you think you are going to be one of the brave survivors you see in the movies and video games or read about in books and graphic novels you are sadly mistaken. You know who I mean, the handsome and tough hero who was a Navy Seal that women love and men want to be. Or the beautiful, big breasted, brilliant heroine with a PhD in "Science." You aren't even the wisecracking sidekick who lives to defend the heroes. You are a regular person, an everyman. Just as I was before I created this fully illustrated guidebook. So face it, the odds are much more in favor of you becoming one of the undead. A ghoul. A Dead. A "Zombie."But don't worry, there is hope. There are ways for you to "live" a very rewarding "life" after you turn. How long, well that depends. But you might as well enjoy it while you can. Sure, it's not as cool as being a vampire. They get the late nights partying, looking like the heroes I mentioned above, the cool clothes, and getting to sleep all day. No, you will be a staggering, oozing, puss-filled mess. But how can you fight Healthies armed with weapons that can be anything from a boy with a screwdriver to a soldier with an automatic rifle? You will not only have physical limitations but you will also be stupid, right? Wrong.Many "zombies" retain much of their intelligence after they turn. The ones that are out in the open and shuffling toward people who have guns or other weapons are the dumb ones. The ones that weren't prepared. The smart ones know what to do. They go unnoticed. They wait for their chance to attack. They plot. But if the "Zombie Apocalypse" is coming and hasn't happened yet, how do I know all of this? Because it has already started. It just hasn't reached you yet, or maybe you're not aware. The mind can play tricks.And because I'm Hetfield Madden.And I'm a "Zombie..".
Winner of the 2011 Diamond Gem Award for Trade Book of the YearIn the Walking Dead universe, there is no greater villain than The Governor. The despot who runs the walled-off town of Woodbury, he has his own sick sense of justice: whether it's forcing prisoners to battle zombies in an arena for the townspeople's amusement, or chopping off the appendages of those who cross him. The Governor was voted "Villain of the Year" by Wizard magazine the year he debuted, and his story arc was the most controversial in the history of the Walking Dead comic book series. Now, for the first time, fans of The Walking Dead will discover how The Governor became the man he is, and what drove him to such extremes
The last time we saw Reiko, the beautiful, young necromancer, she had her head sliced off! But you can"t keep a bad girl down. Our Miss Reiko has got a few friends in dark places who'll make sure she hasn"t shuffled off this motal coil just yet, even if she has to borrow a body or two-Amazon.com.
The best-selling zombie anthology finally gets collected, featuring work from the best of the best: material written by Mark Waid, Keith Giffen, Eureka creator Andrew Cosby, Transformers the Movie writer John Rogers, Eureka TV show writer Johanna Stokes, Fall of Cthulhu writer Michael Alan Nelson, and more! Artists featured are a non-stop constellation of names: Keith Giffen, Fallen Angel's J.K. Woodward, Painkiller Jane's Lee Moder, 100 Bullets' Dave Johnson, Mark Badger, and many many more! This edition collects Zombie Tales #1, Zombie Tales: Oblivion, and Zombie Tales: The Dead.
AN ART-HOUSE TAKE ON THE CLASSIC ZOMBIE GENRE You wake up in the rubble and see a ragged, desperate one-armed man greeting you. He takes you underground to a safe space, feeds you, offers you a place to sleep. And then announces that he'll take the first watch. It's not long before the peril of the jagged landscape has located you and your newfound protector and is scratching at the door. What transpires is a moment-to-moment struggle for survival--"The Road "meets "Dawn of the Dead." "Daybreak "is seen through the eyes of a silent observer as he follows his protector and runs from the shadows of the imminent zombie threat. Brian Ralph slowly builds the tension of the zombies on the periphery, letting the threat--rather than the actual carnage--be the driving force. The postapocalyptic backdrop features tangles of rocks, lumber, I beams, and overturned cars that are characters in and of themselves. Ralph's stunning debut was the wordless graphic novel "Cave-In," created while he was one of the founding members of the influential Fort Thunder art collective. Drawing inspiration from zombies, horror movies, television, and first-person shooter video games, "Daybreak "departs from zombie genre in both content and format, achieving a living-dead masterwork of literary proportions.
The year is 2011, and what starts as a pervasive and inexplicable illness ends up as a zombie infestation that devastates the world's population. Taking the form of a biologist's illustrated journal found in the aftermath of the attack, this pulse-pounding, suspenseful tale of zombie apocalypse follows the narrator as he flees from city to countryside and heads north to Canada, wherehe hopesthe undead will be slowed by the colder climate. Encountering scattered humans and scores of the infected along the way, he fills his notebook with graphic drawings of the zombies and careful observations of their behavior, along with terrifying tales of survival. This frightening new contribution to the massively popular zombie resurgence will keep fans on the edge of their seats right up to the very end.
. Mark Tatulli's Lio isn't just a charmingly macabre strip about a creepy little boy who dabbles in the occult; it's also a daily demonstration of how a skilled artist can express sometimes complicated comedic ideas without any dialogue. ."?A.V. Club, The OnionLio is a small boy with a penchant for befriending squids, monsters, and aliens. He's a curious scientist, a comic-book fan, defender of the defenseless, and creator of an army of zombie bunnies. All without saying a word. Zombies Need Love Too is Lio's fifth book with AMP.