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"I, Zombie" #1 hit shelves this week from DC/Vertigo, a new comic that follows the exploits of Gwen, a female zombie gravedigger who, once a month, is driven to eat the brains of one of her corpse clients, and in the process absorbs the memories and last wishes of said deceased, prompting her to solve mysteries and embark on adventures. The concept, from writer Chris Roberson, could really go either way, but one thing's for sure, though: Robe
Despite my affection for holiday anthologies, 2009 did not work out well for those particular reading habits. A few missed Wednesdays at the comic shop resulted in me missing nearly every holiday special, including "The House of Mystery Halloween Annual" from Vertigo and its 8-Page prequel to May's ongoing "I, Zombie
It isn't iZombie, a handy new Mac app designed to streamline your brain-consumption needs. No, instead it is Vertigo's new book "I, Zombie," and judging by its newly unveiled covers, it promises to be a very different sort of zombie tale, and a very different Vertigo book
We've already mentioned Mike Allred and his new project today, but it'd be mad of us not to post about something as awesome as this mash-up of AMC's sexy '60s drama "Mad Men" and Allred's signature comics character Madman.
Illustrated by comic artist Andre Szymanowicz, the drawing captures "Mad Men" ad man D
The Halloween-minded may still have a month ahead of them before heading out to trick-or-treat, but Vertigo's "House of Mystery Halloween Annual" seems to have what readers are looking for in terms of autumnal comic eye-candy
Mike Allred wraps up his latest "Madman" series, "Madman Atomic Comics" at Image next month, but he isn't slowing down. Vertigo's Graphic Content blog announced today that Allred is teaming up with writer Chris Roberson in 2010 ("Cinderella," "Jack of Fables") for the new ongoing series "I, Zombie."
The title will follow the adventures of an undead Nancy Drew named