Surviving the Plague is Just the Beginning in Living with the Dead
Mike Richardson, tongue in cheek, delivers a grisly, hilarious tale that rivals The Mask with its pop-culture references and blatant absurdity. Straw and Whip are buddies who have somehow managed to live through a plague that’s left the world with seven billion brain-hungry zombies in its wake. They soon learn that Living with the Dead is harder than it looks as they try to keep up the appearance of being like the rest of the decomposing masses. Things really heat up when a damsel in distress needs their help. Will they blow their cover for a beautiful young girl, or sacrifice her in the name of rock and roll?
“It’s just your atypical love triangle,” says Richardson, “two boys, a girl and seven billion living dead.”
Hot off the heels of a stint in the horror genre with the critically acclaimed miniseries, The Secret, this three-issue series features writing by Dark Horse’s very own man-behind-the-machine, Mike Richardson, art by Ben Stenbeck (Tales of the Vampires), and covers by legendary Richard Corben (Aliens, AvP, Hellboy).
Living with the Dead rocks the house on October 10, 2007 with a retail price of $2.99.