I'm not a zombie hobbyist: zombie movies scare hell out of me. I'm not into this whole zombie-mania that's afflicting everyone. But if the promise of a new perspective is going to make me remove my blinders and earphones, it had better be good.
Like 28 Days Later<\i> and Return of the Living Dead<\i>, this book is one of those worthy entries that transcends. It's done in that audience POV style like that Blair Witch<\i> thing or that Vietnam war flick ('twas horribly disappointing) 84 Charlie MoPic<\i>. Expertly harrowing with its deceptively simple style and 6-panel pages, this does in 1 book what takes any downward spiraling movie series to attempt in a hundred sequels.