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Torn from the pages of Ultimate Fantastic Four! On an Earth shockingly similar to the Marvel Universe’s, an alien virus has mutated all of the world’s greatest super heroes into flesh-eating monsters! It took them only hours to destroy life as we know it – but what happens when they run out of humans to eat?! Follow their search for more food, and witness the arrival of the Silver Surfer! Collects Marvel Zombies #1-5, plus extras.

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4 Comments

  1. Ricco
    December 7, 2009 at 8:56 pm — Reply

    The first series was great (up untill “Dead Days”), then it went downhills with the sequels until it reached rock bottom, kinda like an actual horror movie franchise when you think about it.

  2. December 8, 2009 at 8:06 am — Reply

    The prime example of a concept driven into the ground until it was bled of anything interesting. People need to learn to know when to stop and leave a concept alone.

  3. hermit
    December 8, 2009 at 10:11 am — Reply

    as much as i hate the zombie fad, this series was one of the few zombie thing that i kept getting, until the 3rd series.

    it’s fun for the sake of fun. when they brought Ash, from army of darkness, that was the funniest thing ever.

  4. December 8, 2009 at 1:12 pm — Reply

    I own the first series and I quite enjoyed it. It did not offer a really deep story, but it was entertaining to see Earth’s greatest heroes acting outrageously immoral, like for example Hawkeye (iirc) nonchalantly suggesting to use the Avengers’ Quinjet to lure innocent civilians to them. The thing I enjoyed most from the book though, was the ‘variant’ zombie covers of old classic Marvel covers.

    However, I do not intend to purchase the sequels anytime soon.

    On a side note, I own the hard cover, and it is nice that Marvel produces hard cover books at an affordable price. The hard covers from DC that I saw on Amazon were all selling at higher prices.

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