web analytics
Home | Books | Book Reviews | Book Review: Zombie Bomb – Dead not Dead

Book Review: Zombie Bomb – Dead not Dead


Creators: Lance Erlick, Joe Haley, Shawn McManus, Matt Talbot, Anthony Schiavino, Jason Copland, Jack Herman, Neil Vokes, Matty Field, Ed Foster, Steven Finch, Jerry Morrissette, Tony Donley, Narek Gevorgian, Steve Jones, Veronica Hebard, Matt Roberts, Olli Hihnala, Tomm Cokers, Joshua Morrissette, Dean Beattie, Paul Maybury, Tom Whalens, Joshua Andrew Belanger, Geoff Mosse, Lawrence Basso, Jamie Head, Rich Woodall, Adam Miller
Edited & Art Directed: Adam Miller, Rich Woodall
Publisher: Terminal Press
Publication Date: 2010
Format: Full Color – 64
Price: $10

“The reanimated brainchild of Adam Miller and Rich Woodall, “ZombieBomb! Dead Not Dead” is the first in a series of ZombieBomb! anthologies featuring top creators putting their spin on the cranium-chomping, lumbering legends. Each creative team involved has crafted their own unique interpretation of the subject matter, ensuring fans a diverse and original experience. From classic horror to offbeat alternative to whimsical comedy, the stories and artwork manage to breathe life into the undead and keep the rotting corpses fresh.“

Artwork: 4.0 out of 5
WOW! There is alot of really nice artwork in this collection. From the realistic style of Lance Erlick to the great black and whites by Neil Voke I think it is safe to say there is something for everyone here. Like the story counterparts each artist has a great unique style that sets every short apart from the next. This is a great collection of artists working on a fantastic anthology.

Story: 4.0 out of 5
The stories are all unique and none really touch on the same subjects. This makes this collection a very great piece for a reader as your not fed the same thing over and over. I love the quick one page story by Joe Haley, because it is something I never really thought of. A fun read from start to finish.

Dying Breath: 4.0 out of 5
With the abundance of anthologies out there it is tough to know which ones are worth it. I liked this one because it tackled the zombie genre in a great way. The artists and writers all came in with some solid work and it is what makes this one a great book to grab if you have the chance. Plus you know you need more zombie comics, we all do.

If you would like to buy ZombieBomb! Dead Not Dead or find out more about Terminal Press please go to http://www.terminalpress.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.