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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.In this continuation of collecting all the original Deadworld stories into a set of Archive volumes, BOOK NINE edition holds Volume Two comic issues #11-15 which presents King Zombie as he faces multiple threats such as the Voodoo Queen and the lepers. Katherine, the woman who provided the Dead-Killer with a rare glimpse of humanity, is captured by Bowker, one of King Zombie's human lieutenants, and now Dead-Killer has to enter a zombie plagued town to rescue her. For the first time in 25 years these issues have never been reprinted before. This was the last of the on-going Deadworld series run until Volume Three, starting with the new Requiem for the World story arc.Deadworld Archives BOOK TEN, the final book, contains stories set within the Deadworld universe but outside the main story line - these also seeing its first printing in 25 years!"This is thinking man's horror done right." - Comic Bastards, Adam Kelly."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.com."The best, in my humble opinion, of the zombie comics." - Tom Snigoski, writer Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Vampirella."I can't rave enough about this series." - Kenneth Gallant, Broken Frontier."This is one heck of a disturbing book and I'd definitely recommend it to new and old fans alike." - Paul Milligan, They Live to Serve
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Gary Reed is considered the primary writer on Deadworld since this volume came out, he has written virtually all the new 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". 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". Christopher Torres was a newcomer when he came on board to work on Deadworld and has since moved onto the world of tattooing.