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Comic Review: A Very Zombie Christmas – Issue 3

Issue: A Very Zombie Christmas #3
Creators: Joseph Wight, Fred Perry, David Hutchinson, Rod Espinosa, Ben Dunn
Publisher: Antarctic Press
Release Date: December 2011
Pages: 32
Price: $3.50

“Antarctic Press presents another chilling and thrilling collection of ho-ho-horror tales for the ho-ho-holidays! Go walkin’ (or better yet, running) through a nuclear winter wonderland once again!.“

Dying Breath: 4.5 out of 5
Ho Ho Ho a zombie comic reading we go! It’s the holiday season and that can only mean one thing, my favorite anthology is back! While I won’t push it down your throat that you need to be reading all horror by Antarctic Press, I will tell you that this series is so worth checking out. The first story follows along the lines of the recent Zombie War stories that have been showing up as back up stories in other books from AP. It is a great take on Naval horror and something that isn’t really expected, because it takes place on the water. I loved it! Then of course we get a “Littlest” story. I didn’t include the zombie in that title, because this one by the amazing Fred Perry, takes place without the little guy showing up. Instead it focuses on another character, who I won’t spoil, but it was easily my favorite of the bunch. Then you get a sprinkling of some great Espinosa artwork, followed by the best happy Christmas story of the year featuring Hutchison’s “Living Dead Girl”. Finally the book is wrapped in a bow with a Warrior Nun story by Ben Dunn. Plain and simple, this is an easy buy for me. I love this company, I love this book and I want it monthly already!

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

If you would like to know more about or purchase a copy of A Very Zombie Christmas #3 please go to http://www.antarctic-press.com/

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