â€śIan and his team find themselves under attack from a roving army of marauders. Now they must fight to the death to protect not only their mission, but a small group of civilians who, against all odds, have survived the zombie apocalypse. But even if they defeat the attackers, will the victory come too late, given Ianâ€™s fateful prognosis?â€ť
Artwork: 4.5 out of 5
The art in this book delivers on 2 levels. Level 1 draw some kick ass zombies. Whatâ€™s that you say, Hutchinson and Perry delivered? Nice! The zombies range from comical to menacing as the shots play out and it all just looks so GORE-Geous. Level 2 is visual humor. This book is so funny in the visuals alone, that there are no need for words, and guess what there arenâ€™t very many.Â I canâ€™t sit here and not stopping laughing as I look at this book. So well done.
Story: 4.5 out of 5
This is the best part. Like I mentioned with the artwork there just arenâ€™t many words. Matter of fact other than the word FAIL I think only a few more show up. Yet the use of Fail is so well done that itâ€™s a huge winner! I canâ€™t say anymore.
Dying Breath: 4.5 out of 5
This book had me laughing from start to finish. The few shorts that run more than one page are hilarious and the one page shorts made me laugh myâ€¦ umâ€¦ body off! Haha. I have said it before and I will say it again, Antarctic Press has a crew of great horror creators that you need to be taking a look at. Not all of it is the funny stuff either, but it is a great un-failing attempt.
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