Can’t get enough Marvel Zombies? Marvel will continue the zombie fever this May with Marvel Zombies: Dead Days. This is somewhat of a prequel taking place just prior to the Marvel Zombies mini-series, and from the sneak peek, it may even take place between Marvel Zombies v. Army of Darkness and Marvel Zombies.

Gatefold cover by ARTHUR SUYDAM

Marvel Zombies: Dead Days, a special one-shot from the original series creative team of writer Robert Kirkman and artist Sean Phillips. That’s 48 pages of zombies, super heroes, zombies, hungry Avengers…and did we mention zombies? Dead Days is a prequel to the hit Marvel Zombies mini-series, which has now reached an unprecedented fourth printing in hardcover form. The latest printing features an homage to Avengers #1 on the cover and won’t last long!

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Marvel Zombies: Dead days is available May 9, 2007 for $3.99.

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  1. April 19, 2007 at 11:48 am — Reply

    Actually, if I understand correctly, it takes place DURING Marvel Zombies Vs. Army of Darkness…

  2. April 19, 2007 at 12:22 pm — Reply

    Yep. ‘Behind the Scenes’, sort of thing. actually, theres plenty more on Sean Phillips blog – most impressively, a double-page shot of all the non-zombified heroes assembled in one room together. You look at it and kind of think ‘Wait, isn’t SOMEONE gonna complain about stepping on toes?’

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