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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 take on the global nightmare.This BOOK FIVE Deadworld Archive edition collects comic issues #19-23 of the first volume of Deadworld. Also included, the original tale of "Deadworld: Guns for Sale", from Caliber Presents #8. As Dan and Joey depart the community they were staying with, a band of survivors in Michigan decide to head to the wilds of the Upper Peninsula, hoping that the cold weather and sparse population will inhibit the menace of the walking dead. Lead by John this ragtag group races for the remote area, hoping they can establish their own civilization. Meanwhile King Zombie continues his quest to find these humans and put an end to their meddling as he seeks to fully take over the world under his dominion, backed by his growing zombie horde."This is the original zombie comic and it's easy to see why it's lasted so long." - World's Heavyweight Comics."I can't rave enough about this series." - Kenneth Gallant, Broken Frontier.
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Gary Reed has been the primary writer on Deadworld and 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, 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. Mark Winfrey launched his "System Seven" series from Arrow Comics near the time of the first Deadworld's release. He went on to create "Thrill Kill" for Caliber Comics.