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Zombie Factory: 27 Tales Of Bizarre Comix Madness From Beyond The Tomb
Shambling their way from forgotten moss-covered crypts and freshly dug graves, they haunt the pages of the most notorious monster magazines of the 1970's. These are the forgotten zombies of horror comics and like their cinematic brethren they have a taste for warm, moist flesh - YOURS!
Now, for the first time in over thirty years, IMP proudly unearths these gruesome tales...more
Paperback, 198 pages
Published June 15th 2007 by Booksurge Publishing
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I apologize if this is a bit long-winded but I want to set the scene. When I was a kid, reading horror comics was both fun and an exercise in frustration (I'm speaking here specifically about horror anthology comics, although a lot of what I say would also apply to Marvel's horror-hero titles like MAN-THING or GHOST RIDER). I mean, I loved comic books and I loved horror movies and monsters and such. And I loved reading short stories in scholastic scope anthologies from the bookmobile (this was t ...more
I can't honestly say that I was a rabid horror fan as a child, but old comic books that I looked at in my preteens that were lurid, bizarre, twisted, and freaky were of some interest to me back then but now, with the opportunity to revisit some of the devious tales in this compilation, I regret that I was not more into them back in my youth. Never the less, I am pleased to have the chance to take a look at all these different short works of twisted genious. Sure, most of them don't have a very ...more