Deadworld Archives: Book Seven

Deadworld Archives: Book Seven


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Before there was The Walking Dead there was Deadworld. First published in the 1986, Deadworld is one of indie comics longest running horror series with over 100 issues and graphic novels in release and over 1,000,000 copies sold. While being considered the 'godfather' of all the zombie apocalyptic comics that followed.

Here are the beginnings of Deadworld Volume 2 and Deadworld Archives BOOK SEVEN has the first four issues. Time has moved ahead and the plan for sanctuary in the frozen north hasn't worked out as planned. The entity of Amy is trapped but hoping to unleash herself as the remaining teens find themselves in a renegade group, unaware that Moloch has retaken the city...a city that the zombies also want. Also included is the short story "Body Art" featuring the character Tattoo and a short piece entitled "The City" which appeared in the pages of the comic Calibrations.

Deadworld Archives editions collects all of the original Deadworld comics originally released by Arrow and Caliber Comics.

"You must get this if you're even a casual fan of horror or anything zombie or undead-related. It's clear The Walking Dead took some cues from this book (some of them honestly seem like blatant rip-offs), so go support a book that got the zombie genre right first." - Comicbastards.

"Plain and simple, you need to read Deadworld, old and new, because it is at the top of my list of Horror Comic Must Read Titles. - Dying Breath 5.0 out of 5.0" - DecapitatedDan.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942351306
Publisher: Caliber Comics
Publication date: 02/27/2016
Series: Deadworld Archives , #7
Pages: 130
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.28(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. 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. Troy Nixey is best known in comics for his "Jenny Finn" series and he is also a film director with the movie, "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark". Nathan Pride's most recent work is an issue of
Jim Henson's The Storyteller" and he is a frequent contributor to Mouse Guard. He has also illustrated a number of classic book adaptations from Barnes and Noble.

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