Item description for Zombie Tales Vol. 1 by Andrew Cosby...
The best-selling zombie anthology finally gets collected, featuring work from the best of the best: material written by Mark Waid, Keith Giffen, Eureka creator Andrew Cosby, Transformers the Movie writer John Rogers, Eureka TV show writer Johanna Stokes, Fall of Cthulhu writer Michael Alan Nelson, and more! Artists featured are a non-stop constellation of names: Keith Giffen, Fallen Angel's J.K. Woodward, Painkiller Jane's Lee Moder, 100 Bullets' Dave Johnson, Mark Badger, and many many more!
This edition collects Zombie Tales #1, Zombie Tales: Oblivion, and Zombie Tales: The Dead.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 14.2" Width: 8.9" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Sep 4, 2007
Publisher BOOM! Studios
ISBN 1934506028 ISBN13 9781934506028 UPC 894340001298
Availability 0 units.
More About Andrew Cosby
Los Angeles, CA writer Andrew Cosby created the hit Sci-Fi Network series EUREKA, the highest rated original series ever on the network. Prior to that, Cosby created the Matthew Fox TV show HAUNTED. His other comics include DAMN NATION for Dark Horse, THE SAVAGE BROTHERS, X ISLE, ENIGMA CIPHER and DEATH VALLEY for BOOM! Studios.
Los Angeles, CA resident Michael Alan Nelson wrote the critically acclaimed HEXED and co-wrote X ISLE for BOOM! Studios. Nelson has also worked on ZOMBIE TALES and CTHULHU TALES anthologies. His FALL OF CTHULHU series is BOOM!'s top-seller and he has been tagged as a talent to watch by Rue Morgue Magazine.
Reviews - What do customers think about Zombie Tales Vol. 1?
Slick zombie art, dark comedic twists May 24, 2008
Zombie tales is a set of animated tales that were all quite enjoyable. Brief and extremely well drawn, these stories made me snicker with evil glee at each punchline laid out by each author. Sure, a couple did not make me laugh and one was downright touching in the end, but there was a lot of humor, extra dark, and a few surprise endings. I particularly enjoyed "Daddy smells different", and "Four out of Five" with their little Twilight Zone twists to their stories. If you appreciate zombies, excellent graphics, and like a little bit of snarkiness, you will probably enjoy this tome immensely. I look forward to looking at other volumes as they come out.