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Zombie Tales Vol 3: Good Eatin'

3.29 of 5 stars 3.29  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Volume 3 of the critically acclaimed zombie anthology that rides the wave of new school zombie horror, ala 28 DAYS LATER, SHAWN OF THE DEAD and DAWN OF THE DEAD remake.

We've got plenty more mad creations spilling out of our zombie kitchen! Delivering smart, accessible, high-quality short stories, this anthology has met with great acclaim amongst both comic and zombie fans.
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published February 23rd 2010 by BOOM! Studios (first published July 21st 2009)
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Heather
Much more than I expected. My husband picked these up on a whim at half priced books - and were very surprised. I like the short story in graphic novel format.
Jason
(applies to both Good Eatin' and This Bites collections) Quick read, good fun. I like that there are many different takes on zombie lore. A couple stand out ("ouroboros," "crime scene reanimation," "backbiter," "lights out" ) but most are entertain without staying power.
Peyton
A fun, disgusting, twisted, laugh-out-loud funny collection of stories with something for everyone. For pathos and unexpected endings, read "Lucky Dog" and "Bait". For psychologically damaged humor, read "Etc." For heart and hope, read "Ink Stains".
Sarah
I didn't like this one as much as the previous one I read. The stories went by rather quickly and they weren't as interesting as ones in the other book. Although, this book was a gift so I still appreciate it and it was a fun read.
Jacobi
This anthology of zombie stories is just ok. I didn't find anything great here, but I did enjoy a couple of the stories (especially BackBiter and Lights Out). However, the large majority of stories failed to resonate with me.
Pablo
Decent art and a couple of ideas worth pursuing, but most of these stories had almost no story. The short pieces were more like vignettes (to put it nicely) and felt incomplete.

Quick read, marginally entertaining.
Amanda
Meh. Something to pass the time. Its a very quick read, and will sort of satiate your hunger for zombie graphic novels.
Rose
This collection of stories was pretty "meh". They weren't bad but they weren't great.
J.
Mediocre, but with some good moments. Truly focused on the human side.
Z0mb!-hunter
ONE OF MY FAVORITE ZOMBIE ANALOGY BOOKS OF ALL TIME
Duane
Nov 28, 2011 Duane rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: own
quality art and interesting, twisty stories
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