Comic Review: The Littlest Zombie vs. The Littlest Vampire

Issue: The Littlest Zombie vs. The Littlest Vampire
Writer: Fred Perry
Artist: Fred Perry
Publisher: Antarctic Press
Release Date: 2010
Pages: 32
Price: $3.99

“It’s Tom & Jerry meets 28 Days Later as the Littlest Zombie and the Littlest Vampire fight tooth and nail, hand-to-detachable-hand for scant sustenance! Their quarry, the Littlest Survivor, must pull out every trick in the Apocalypse Survivor’s Handbook to keep his two supernatural stalkers at each other’s throats and off his!”

Dying Breath: 4.5 out of 5
It is officially time to begin the Littlest Brawl of the century! Ladies and gentlemen I have said time and time again that The Littlest Zombie is a book that should be on your reading list and this one proves why. Fred Perry bring to the dinner table two of the cutest little creatures that in reality you would want nowhere near you. The Vampire girl is hilarious and her dialogue proves why, brilliant job. As usual the must LZ plays a supporting role that is to die for, pun intended. The artwork is one point page after page. The ending with this issue does tell me more should be on the horizon so I can not wait! The LZ line of books are so good, so well done and this one is no exception. If I was reading this review I would have bought it by now. Great art, great writing and tons of fun to be had here.

Artwork: 4.5 out of 5 • Story: 4.5 out of 5

If you would like to buy or know more about The Littlest Zombie vs. The Littlest Vampire
you can find it at http://www.antarctic-press.com

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