As if the zombie genre can’t get any more weird, we now have Virgin Comics releasing a zombie tale from David Harris and Christine Schenley set in the bright lights, big city of New York.

With the un-dead causing mayhem and New York City in shambles, the President has his finger on the button – ready to nuke Manhattan Island. There remains only one hope, one way to avert another disaster and save the city – a good cheery new musical! Unlike the zombie films of yore, ZOMBIE BROADWAY imagines zombies as not so different from regular folk; they eat candy and junk food and even enjoy a nice evening out at the theater. Somehow, Broadway show tunes sedate their violent ways. Could a Broadway show starring singing and dancing zombies be the key to saving the City?


Zombie Broadway is 56-pages and is available now.

via Virgin Comics

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Stephen Schleicher

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1 Comment

  1. J'osh
    April 8, 2008 at 2:24 am — Reply

    And that is the sound of the Zomibie genre engine sputtering to a stop.

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