Zombie Tales Omnibus
(W/A) Various We've got plenty more mad creations spilling out of our zombie kitchen! Delivering smart, accessible, high-quality zombie short stories, this anthology has met with great acclaim amongst both comic and zombie fans, featuring more great zombie stories from more great writers and artists that you know and love. Don't worry about leaving room for dessert - you're it! Featuring work from writers Mark Waid, John Rogers, William Messner-Loebs, Brian Augustyn, role-playing game master Monte Cook, Karl Kesel, Michael Alan Nelson, Ian Brill, Tom Peyer, Pierluigi Cothran, Bryce Carlson, plus art from the likes of Andy Kuhn, Keith Giffen, Jon Schnepp, Toby Cypress, and more.
Simon and Schuster
The critically acclaimed zombie anthology that rides the wave of new school zombie horror, ala The Walking Dead, 28 Days Later, Dawn Of The Dead and Shawn Of The Dead.
We've got plenty more mad creations spilling out of our zombie kitchen! Delivering smart, accessible, high-quality short stories, this anthology has met with great acclaim amongst both comic and zombie fans, featuring more great zombie stories from more great writers and artists that you know and love. Don't worry about leaving room for dessert — you're it! Featuring stories from writers Mark Waid (IRREDEEMABLE, KINGDOM COME), John Rogers (Leverage, Transformers), William Messner-Loebs (THE FLASH, THE MAXX), Brian Augustyn (JLA: YEAR ONE, B.P.R.D.), role-playing game master Monte Cook, Karl Kesel (FANTASTIC FOUR, SUPERMAN), Michael Alan Nelson (28 DAYS LATER), Ian Brill (DARKWING DUCK),Tom Peyer (THE FLASH), Pierluigi Cothran (HEROES web comic), Bryce Carlson (WALL•E), plus art from the likes of Andy Kuhn (FIREBREATHER), Keith Giffen (52, LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES), Jon Schnepp (Venture Brothers, Metalocalypse), Toby Cypress (KILLING GIRL), and more. With talent like this, neither the dead nor the living stand a chance!
A game called zombie
Four out of five
The bakemono and the cranes
Last call in Devil's Bend
He ain't heaven, he's my brother
I don't like Henry Carve
The last hit
Zombie, come home
The great American whistle-stop zombie flim-flam of 1912
"I sing the body putrescent"; or, "Zommy dearest"
Crime scene reanimation
The mixed-up zombies who started living and became incredibly strange creatures
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