Zombo: Can I Eat You Please?
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Zombo: Can I Eat You Please?

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ZOMBO: Night of the Living Dead meets Monthy Python. ZOMBO; a top-secret government experiment - part zombie, part human ghoul - with a taste for living flesh. Satire and thrills from this all new hero!

When flight 303 en route to Epsilon-6 orbital station crash-lands on the leathal deathworld of Chronos, all is not looking well for the thirthy-three surviving passengers. E...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published October 12th 2010 by 2000 AD (first published October 1st 2010)
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Kurt Christenson
Totally fun science-fiction satire like only 2000ad can provide. The hero is a half-human, half-zombie, with good manners and a childlike demeanor. The bad guys? Parodies of Russell Brand, Simon Cowell, Walt Disney, the Rat Pack, YouTube obsessed teens, sentient zombified bees (yes, ZOM-BEE)!

Definitely worth a read, but it's a bit gruesome. If you want a fresh take on zombies and solid science fiction, go for it.
Oct 31, 2013 Matt rated it 5 of 5 stars
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Oh. My. Gosh. A zombie superhero fighting a planet designed to kill everything and the cryogenically frozen-but-now-undead head of Not-Walt-Disney? Sign me up.
Jan 14, 2011 Timo rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: comics
Oh, so funny, so grim and so violent, but most of all, funny! Mr. Ewing bounced in one flash to my short list of writers to follow. Art by Henry Flint, one of my favourite 2000AD artists.
So why not give this five stars? Simply because of the latter part of the book. My wee heart is filled with rage everytime there is singing in a comic. I hate the rhyming that is supposed to be oh-so funny.
Marina Antunes
An interesting take on zombies but not really for me - probably because zombies aren't really my thing!

Love the art and happy to have read it but I really snuck it in. Bought it on purpose for someone else!
David Pain
Really a 3.5 but starts so well that I've gone for the four star treatment. The well-mannered Zombo is completely hilarious and the various supporting characters entertaining too. Some of the later "satire" and settings feel a bit tired and ill-judged but there's some genuinely fresh, funny stuff here.
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