Now, as announced here on MajorSpoilers.com, The Walking Dead is celebrating 15 years of bites, betrayals, and beheadings this October!
So I thought I’d look over my experience with the book that redefined the undead as we get ready for the celebration.
You’ve got to admit it – zombies are still HOT, no matter what time period they’re found in. Take, for example, Pestilence #1 from AfterShock Comics. It examines the zombie phenomenon from the perspective of an era of faith rather than one of modern-day science.
From Caleb Thusat, the writer of the Indie comic Alter-Life, comes this book, described as “a gorgeous greyscale comic with some gore, some laughs, and a biker-mortician. It’s an action-packed, fresh take on the zombie genre.” Honestly, I thought I’d read all there was to do with zombies, especially in comics. Turns out I was wrong, dead wrong!
Double Take, who are advertisers on Major Spoilers, have released all of its third issues for free. Love the Night of the Living Dead movie? Check out these books.
Kengo Hanazawa’s award-winning zombie-survival manga I Am a Hero begins at Dark Horse in early 2016. This nail-biting page-turner is sure to leave readers on the edge of their seats!
Mysterious ships are being totted around by the military. Faces are being eaten off by humans. These certainly are the times we have secretly dreamed would happen. Most of you probably have a rudimentary idea of what you would do if a zombie apocalypse broke out, or signs pre-made to welcome extra-terrestrials to our world. But if I had to choose between invasion, or the dead coming back to life, I’m going with ET every time. And here I present my Top Ten reasons why.
What does it take to be human? Flesh? Blood? How about a Soul? As Hellboy and Roger the Homunculus journey to South Carolina to investigate a supposedly routine haunting, they will soon find out nothing is routine when dealing with the supernatural.