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The epic finale to the first volume of Deadworld as the last three issues (#24-#26) are collected along with the introduction story of The Dead-Killer in Archives BOOK SIX. In addition, "A Christmas in Louisiana" is included from the pages of "A Caliber Christmas" special edition.In the main story, the group decides to make a stand at the fort and lure the zombies in for a slaughter so that they can make their escape across the bridge into the desolated Upper Peninsula.BOOK SIX is part of the Deadworld Archive series that brings all of the original Deadworld saga into print for the first time in 25 years.Before there was The Walking Dead there was Deadworld. First published in the 1980s, Deadworld is one of indie comics longest running horror series with over 100 issues and graphic novels in released and over 1,000,000 copies sold. While being considered the 'godfather' of all the zombie apocalyptic comics that followed."Deadworld was hardcore. The violence was harsh, and writer Gary Reed's vision was dark." - Dana Tillusz, ComicReaders.com."...remarkably literate and starkly imaginative, and is a winner in every scene, in every shot, in every line of dialog." - The Lottery Party."If you like zombies, horror, and/or post-apocalyptic stories you should definitely be checking this series out." - Comicspectrum.com
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Gary Reed is the writer of over 200 comics and books including titles such as "Renfield", "Saint Germaine", and "The Red Diaries'. He is also known for his Harvey Award nominated series, "Baker Street". Phil Hester has had an incredibly prolific career as both writer and artist on numerous titles from DC and Marvel and many independents such as "Ant-Man", "Swamp Thing", "Green Arrow", "Godzilla", "Wonder Woman", and many others. Dan Day and his brother, David Day were the artists for the "Cases of Sherlock Holmes" series of over 20 adaptations and have done many titles for Marvel Comics. Ron McCain illustrated the first 100 pages of The Dead Killer within the pages of Deadworld before moving onto doing "Batman" for DC Comics. Charles Yates illustrated a number of titles for Caliber Comics and Tome Press including "The Illustrated Guide to Dinosaurs", "Koolau the Leper", "No-Man's Land", and "Techno Toad."