Yan is on top of the world. School's almost out for summer, he's about to have a new baby sister, and he's going to be spending his vacation making a zombie movie with his best friend Nico. But on his way home from school, he finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time, and before he knows it, his life is slipping away... Things are no longer smelling rosy now that Yan's pushing up daisies. But for some reason, Yan's soul isn't going anywhere: his body may be rotting, but his mind is clear, and once out of his grave, Yan is determined to be reunited with his family. He may be falling apart, but he isn't about to let that happen to them!
- Issue # TPB 1 (6 hours ago)
An empty gas tank, a desolate road in rural Georgia, and a missing girl set the wheels in motion for the most unpredictable zombie tale you've ever read. Stephen Blue, winner of a 1993 Xeric Grant for Red River and creator of The Awakening from Image Comics, packs this two-issue story full of dread and surprises, taking a bizarre and suspenseful twist on The Night of the Living Dead.
From the New York Times bestselling writer of the Marvel Zombies series comes a gut-splitting (then eating) comedy! A small outbreak can turn into a worldwide apocalypse... but only through a long string of screw-ups. Once actual zombies begin popping up in our world, a lone intelligence analyst realizes real-life events are beginning to mimic the events of a long-lost, Grade-Z, drive-in horror flick. As he races to save humanity with this knowledge, he quickly learns the only thing more dangerous than ravenous walking corpses is the ineptitude of the living!
The rain brought something. Something that changed the men into something inhuman. To rescue their stranded daughter, two mothers must survive the hurricane, and the horrors it unleashed. But can they work together long enough to save their daughter in a world where all men have become monsters?
In the tradition of 'Boneyard!' Francis von Bloodt, vampire, a good family man, manages the theme park Zombillenium. They don't just hire anyone, at Zombillenium: mere mortals need not apply, the park works only with genuine werewolves, vampires and zombies. This is what Aaron gets to discover as, burnt out, deceived by his wife, he finally gets hired in spite of himself in this strange business. Gretchen, a plucky trainee witch, helps him get around...
Vietnam, 1968: Behind enemy lines, a soldier stands alone. A one-man army armored against the risen, hungry dead under burlap, bamboo and Army green. Armored against the living with a Bowie knife and a mobile arsenal. If you got left behind he'll find you. If you're the enemy you'll never see him coming. If you're a zombie he'll kill you again. Sometimes, to slay monsters you have to become one yourself. Jungle Jim is a stand-alone one-shot comic story set in the grim world of '68. Meshing smoothly with the ongoing military horror series, Jungle Jim is a savage new slant on the Vietnam/Zombie apocalypse scripted by MARK KIDWELL with stunning artwork by NATE VAN DYKE and JAY FOTOS.
- Issue # Full (4 months ago)
With Ash getting hitched and the army of darkness continuously at the heels of the Chosen One, it's time to party like it's 1992... point one! Dynamite celebrates the success of the Army of Darkness series by going back to a simpler time - when the internet was young and cell phones were ten pounds. This one-shot features stories that are classically Ash, by your favorite Army of Darkness Writers: James Kuhoric, Steve Niles, Elliott Serrano, and Mike Raicht. Not to mention your soon-to-be new favorite, Cullen Bun - with a story that ties directly into the new story arc!
- Issue # Full (4 months ago)
Come one, come all to Patriot Park: a place where you can relive the great battles that forged America! But here, your enemies are no longer Mexicans or Indians: ever since the zombie epidemic of 2018, when the Romero Law revoked American citizenship to anyone infected by the virus, cannon fodder doesn’t cost much, so the entire family can come have fun, emptying their guns in the impressive historical reconstitutions in this extraordinary amusement park.
- Issue # TPB (4 months ago)
In this all-new miniseries, a spaceship crashes into a separatist camp and manages to reanimate the dead as well! It's aliens vs. zombies vs. militiamen in a carnage-filled tale from the co-creator of Zombies vs Robots! And if that ain't enough, covers for this series will be by acclaimed Cerebus creator, Dave Sim!
Watch out for the zombie Chihuahuas! 20 years ago in a small, sleepy southwest Texas town, Billy Bob Driwahl made the mistake of letting people know about his visions of a zombie apocalypse. Now, after two decades as the area's pariah, circumstances have changed drastically. The zombies have arrived. How did he know? And as society rips itself apart, can Billy Bob lead the citizens of San Rosina to safety now that even deceased animals are returning?
- Issue # Full (5 months ago)
We've seen the world slowly eroding under the grip of the zombie plague, but what happens when the infestation hits New York City? It begins with rats and snow, and results in the death of the greatest city in the world, all in less than a week. Bob Fingerman, chronicler of the lighter side of Manhattan in his acclaimed Minimum Wage, teams with Gemini Bloodand Moon Knight artist Tommy Lee Edwards to present the grittiest, darkest version of New York City since Taxi Driver and Last Exit to Brooklyn, replete with hordes of flesh-eating corpses.
Original graphic novel by Image. By BECKY CLOONAN, FAREL DALRYMPLE, PHIL HESTER, MIKE HUDDLESTON, ADAM HUGHES, FRAZER IRVING, ALEX MALEEV, JIM MAHFOOD, TONY MOORE, MIKE AVON OEMING, RICK REMENDER, ESAD RIBIC, JOHN NEY RIEBER, EDUARDO RISSO, JIM RUGG, BEN TEMPLESMITH, and DANIJEL ZEZELJ. Cover by ADAM HUGHES. 24seven features a who's who of today's best writers and artists from comics, film and animation, telling tales of robots in the city that never sleeps. In the vein of FLIGHT, these stories run a cross-genre gamut, from robot zombies to a prison break to a bizarre feud between a Siamese DJ team. 24seven has romance, action, horror...everything you want, all told by a cross-section of the most diverse writers and artists you'll find on the printed page.
- Issue #2 (11 months ago)
THE HORROR SMASH-HIT LIVES AGAIN! When Galactus’ corpse appears at the edge of Earth’s solar system, the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four investigate. Too late, they discover that Galactus’ body is now the vessel of an interstellar terror, which one-by-one transforms Earth’s Mightiest Heroes into the universe’s most terrifying predators! As our heroes try to escape the superpowered, cannibalistic aberrations that were once their friends and family, will any survive? And even if they do, can they hope to protect Earth from the infestation that has already claimed half of the known universe? Don’t miss the FIRST ISSUE of this terrifying new vision of the classic Marvel tale!
- Issue #1 (11 months ago)
The first-ever comic book based on Capcom's mega-popular zombie survival game series! Bridging the gap between Dead Rising and Dead Rising: Case Zero, fans will finally learn what happens to Frank West, Chuck Greene, Rebecca Chang, and other popular Dead Rising characters during the fateful Las Vegas outbreak! Written by Tom Waltz (Silent Hill: Past Life, Duke Nukem: Glorious Bastard) and illustrated by Kenneth Loh (Killing Machine).
The group hold up in Michigan has disbanded upon the death of their leader John and Albert is captured by King Zombie. King Zombie wishes for him to become his chronicler...something to pass on to posperity. King Zombie must deal with the Demon Lord who is powerless and must continue the search of his mysterious life forces to complete his transformation in this dimension. Dan and Joey come across a motorcycle gang and to their surprise, find out Donna is with them. Bowker is on a rendezvous mission in a city and comes across Reyna, but can she be trusted...this time. All that and more in this first issue to kick off the second volume of Deadworld. Includes a zombie pin-up gallery drawn by various comic artists.