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Zombie Tales Omnibus ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Zombie Tales Omnibus By Mark Waid ❤ – Thomashillier.co.uk A who's who of great storytellers that collects two of the bestselling ZOMBIE TALES graphic novels into one gigantic 220 page package Featuring heavyweights Mark Waid Keith Giffen Steve Niles William A who's who of great storytellers that collects two of the bestselling ZOMBIE TALES graphic novels into one gigantic page package Featuring heavyweights Mark Waid Keith Giffen Steve Niles William Messner Loebs Karl Kesel Brian Augustyn Michael Alan Nelson Joe R Lansdale screenwriters Chris Morgan Wanted John Rogers Leverage Andrew Cosby Eureka Johanna Stokes Eureka Christine Boylan Leverage and Academy AwardR Nominee Kim Krizan Before Sunrise Before Sunset with a Zombie Tales eBook Ô murderer's row of artists Fabio Moon CASANOVA Eduardo Barreto SUPERMAN Lee Moder LEGION OF SUPER HEROES Tom Fowler GREEN ARROW Ron Lim SILVER SURFER Minck Oosterveer THE UNKNOWN Andy Kuhn FIREBREATHER JK Woodward FALLEN ANGEL Carlos Magno TRANSFORMERS Mark Badger BATMAN featuring a cover from BULLETS cover artist Dave Johnson.


About the Author: Mark Waid

Mark Waid born March in Hueytown Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.



4 thoughts on “Zombie Tales Omnibus

  1. Craig Craig says:

    This is a collection of sixteen graphic zombie stories from assorted writers and artists with varying levels of success I preferred some of the shorter pieces in this collection If You're So Smart is cute and has a nice punch as is Daddy Smells Different though I didn't care for the art and Memento Mori Sanctuary was good with excellent art and I also enjoyed People Person and The War at Home which was written by Joe R Lansdale I Zombie suffered from having different artists so there was no continuity Zaambi was a story I recognized as mostly good but I didn't like it at all; one of those unexplainable things My favorite was a story called 5 Stars which I swear reproduces conversations I've had almost exactly It was remarkable and lots of fun in a mostly pleasant but not especially memorable book


  2. Jeffrey Jeffrey says:

    Loved this collection Must read for zombie fans


  3. Dean Dean says:

    Stories are of varying uality but the level of artwork is consistently good with a nice assortment of styles A lot of bang for the buck in this omnibus with my personal favorite being the 4 chapter run of 'Zaambi' chronicling Samurai vs Zobmies with some interesting twists


  4. John John says:

    Better than Boom's similar Cthulhu Tales books but still repetitive Saved by several longer and imaginative tales and a greater variety of story types About half good half immediately forgettable


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