Toe Tag Riot is the story of a punk rock band cursed into being zombified every time they play. They travel across the country on tour but also in an effort to find the woman who cursed them and get it reversed. Along the way they take down any bigotry they encounter – and they […]
Max Brooks (The Zombie Survival Guide, World War Z), together with Legendary Entertainment, is bringing his new comic series Extinction Parade to television. The television series is expected to follow the comic, which pits vampires against zombies in a fight for their primary food source (us), with Brooks writing the pilot and continuing his involvement […]
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One of the truly wonderful things about going to any comic convention is finding that series that you know nothing about, created by an artist that you are completely unfamiliar with, and falling head over heels for it. Fans of the zombie genre will have something to rejoice when they discover Chris Moreno and his […]
Written by SAM HUMPHRIES Art by JERRY GAYLORD, PENELOPE GAYLORD & BRYAN TURNER Colors by NOLAN WOODARD Letters by ED DUKESHIRE Fanboys vs. Zombies continues its fun run in issue #3. While the zombie apocalypse continues around them, the Wrecking Crew must now deal with conflicts within its group as one of their own must […]
Eric M. Esquivel is an up and coming creator that already has some impressive titles under his belt, including Zombies vs. Cheerleaders and The Blackest Terror. He took a moment to talk to Kabooooom at Phoenix Comicon 2012 about his past work, thoughts on the mythology of comics and his newest creation, Moonstone’s Thor: Unkillable […]
Written by ROBERT KIRKMAN Art by CHARLIE ADLARD & CLIFF RATHBURN Letters by RUS WOOTON It’s the beginning of the end, or at least the end of things as we and our intrepid group of survivors have become accustomed. Life on the road has been rough. Life in their new settlement hasn’t been that much […]
Written by SAM HUMPHRIES Art by JERRY GAYLORD & PENELOPE GAYLORD Colors by NOLAN WOODARD Letters: STEVE DUKESHIRE Fanboys vs. Zombies is not a groundbreaking series. As a matter of fact, most of the story is a bit cliché in a market where zombies have pretty much dominated every facet of fanboy-dom. The characters are […]