Rotten Vol. 1: Reactivated
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Rotten Vol. 1: Reactivated

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  20 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Collecting the first six issues of Moonstone's acclaimed Zomibie-wetsren epic qith an edgy topical bite!
An Army vet is stop-lossed back into service to investigate a terror crisis by a president in offfice w/o the popular vote. Meet William Wade, Civil War vet, reluctant secret agent answering to President Rutherford B. Hayes, and zombie hunter!
Paperback, 148 pages
Published 2010 by Moonstone (first published 2009)
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Andrew Shuping
You would think that with all of the books, movies, TV shows, and comic series about zombies that there wouldn't be much left to do with them. Yet, with this series you'd be wrong. Here this talented group combines the Old West, zombies, and spies together for an interesting mix!

We open the story with two agents, John Flynn and William Wade, on the orders of President Hayes infiltrating a mining tale that is not only in the midst of a labor dispute, but also experiencing trouble with the dead w...more
Trina
A great Western meet Zombie comic by Rahner a reporter for The Seattle Times, Horton a film curator and a critic for the Everett Herald. I can't really say enough about this comic. If you are a gore or zombie lover you'll find the cost of $5.99 for the first issue well spent! I found this gem at http://www.fantagraphics.com/ here in Seattle! Totally awesome.
Diedre Poellnitz
i couldn't even finish it..it seems like it was all over the place....the characters i couldn't relate to...nor the locations...the graphics were confusing....not something i would recommend to anyone..
Christopher McKitterick
Old-West zombie tale in graphic-novel form! "Enjoyed" is a strong term for a zombie story, but this one kept me reading straight through. If you like zombies AND westerns, you'll really like it.
Ashish
Reactivated reads almost like an alternate history, with Max Brooks scenarios playing out in the Old West.
Christie
This was a great zombie/western book.
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