Yes! Our favorite zombie slayer Ash has been fighting the deadites/Marvel Zombies in an all new series, and today Dynamite Entertainment announced the sold out issue #3 will be going back to print with a brand new variant cover. Interestingly, this is going to be an exclusive limited run of 3000. With art by Arthur Suydam, the cover is a tribute to Marvel Graphic Novel #1: The Death of Captain Marvel.

It’s a pretty wicked cover that you can see after the jump.

Hail to the King, baby!


The reprint is available now for $14.99.

via Dynamite Entertainment

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  1. May 8, 2007 at 2:14 pm — Reply

    And, for comparison, here is the much more jumbled version:

    ~~Mebbe it’s just my firewall, but Sal’s original link was only showed a big red x for me, so I found another version of the cover. Nothin’ ta see here, please move along! — Matthew~~

  2. Haseo
    May 9, 2007 at 12:10 pm — Reply

    Has anyone seen a zombified Doc Strange yet? Am I the only one who missed it?

  3. May 9, 2007 at 12:30 pm — Reply

    Doctor Strange has not yet appeared in ‘Marvel Zombies Vs. Army of Darkness’ (he’s referred to in issue #3 as not yet being infected), and I don’t remember whether he’s in the original series or not.

    However, these covers are homages, and as such don’t really have a thing to do with the interiors, it’s just that he appeared on the original…

  4. Mark I.
    May 9, 2007 at 1:14 pm — Reply

    Any other covers you guys want to see Zombie-fied? I wouldn’t mind seeing Power Pack #1…heh heh…

    DC should tip the hat to Marvel Zombies…not with a series, obviously, just have Arthur Suydam do a series of Zombie-fied DC cover tributes. Maybe as a one-off book? I can picture New Teen Titans #1 , or the “Wanna make somethin’ of it?” Justice League #1 cover? Crisis on Infinite Earths covers would be sweet too. Ah well, pipe dream…

  5. May 9, 2007 at 1:29 pm — Reply

    While I think Marvel Zombies was pretty cool, everything that has spun out of that has been a real fluke as far as popularity goes. The Ultimate Fantastic Four tie-in was just OK and as much as I love Ash, with all the other zombie related titles out there (Raise the Dead, Walking Dead, all the Living Dead comic adaptations, Rob Zombie, etc.) I’m getting pretty zombied out. I see Black Panther is visiting the zombie universe soon so I guess we haven’t seen the end of Marvel Zombies.

    If DC jumped on board doing DC Zombies, I think they would get called on it, and the fad would quickly end.

    That being said, I’m all for the Teen Titans #1 and Justice League #1 zombie covers! :D Heck why stop there – Let’s see zombiefied versions of Witchblade, Gen13, Authority and more!

    What Arthur Suydam should do is create his own coffee table book with his favorite zombiefied homages to his favorite comics. I’d buy that!

  6. May 9, 2007 at 2:15 pm — Reply

    I want to see a zombie version of Youngblood.

    This may be a sublimated desire to see Youngblood dead, but still…

  7. May 9, 2007 at 11:31 pm — Reply

    Doc Strange was breifly seen in panels of UFF. His moustahce was notably flattened.

  8. May 10, 2007 at 7:12 am — Reply

    And, in Marvel Zombies: Dead Days, which came out last night (and is in the recap pile for sometime in the next couple days. YAY!) we do see a zombie Doctor Strange, as well as his transformation.

  9. Make Mine Mar-Vell
    July 10, 2009 at 10:52 am — Reply

    Seeing this image, it reminds me of just how stupid it was to kill off Captain Marvel in the first place, seeing how they continually reproduce this character, rather than stand behind it and just how unique it really is.

  10. Make Mine Mar-Vell
    July 10, 2009 at 10:55 am — Reply

    It’s a lot like Bela Lugosi having to beg to be Dracula in “Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstein”….absolutely ridiculous.

    No matter how poignant the story was or is, it’s been long enough, and there’s more stories and statements to be told.

    I say bring him back.

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