Zombie Comic Books 13

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121.  Jesus Hates Zombies

In a not so distant future, zombies have overrun the earth. Fearing for the future of humanity, God sends his son Jesus Christ to save humanity.

Upon returning, he finds that his powers are greatly diminished as they are tied to others’ faith in him. So he sets out to find the last remaining faithful and rally them to his cause.

Along the way he comes across various friends including Mother Theresa, Elvis Presley, a stripper named King, and a time traveling Abraham Lincoln, who brings his own problem along. Werewolves.

122. Zombies: A Record of the Year of Infection

The year is 2011, and what starts as a pervasive and inexplicable illness ends up as a zombie infestation that devastates the world’s population.

Taking the form of a biologist’s illustrated journal found in the aftermath of the attack, this pulse-pounding, suspenseful tale of zombie apocalypse follows the narrator as he flees from city to countryside and heads north to Canada, wherehe hopesthe undead will be slowed by the colder climate. Encountering scattered humans and scores of the infected along the way, he fills his notebook with graphic drawings of the zombies and careful observations of their behavior, along with terrifying tales of survival.

This graphic novel has an a good atmosphere too it, the journal-graphic novel aspect is very interesting to read and we at ZP highly recommend it!


123. iZombie











Gwendolyn “Gwen” Dylan is a 20-something gravedigger in an eco-friendly cemetery. Once a month she must eat a human brain to keep from losing her memories, but in the process she becomes consumed with the thoughts and personality of the dead person – until she eats her next brain. She sets out to fulfi ll the dead person’s last request, solve a crime or right a wrong.

It features both romance and comedy. The artwork as you can see by the cover alone is really really good.
124. Fanboys VS. Zombies











When there is no more room in Hell, the undead shall take over Comic-Con! A crew of feuding best friends find themselves trapped inside America’s largest comic convention transformed into a seething cauldron of zombies.


125. The Last Zombie











The zombies have come and (mostly) gone, but the disease is still out there, threatening the survivors. The country swarms with roving packs of wild animals — and worse, desperate humans ready to do whatever it takes to survive. Through it all, one man must drive from California to New York to reunite with the woman he loves before it’s too late for either of them.

This graphic novel offers a great story, but doesn’t quite compete with the bigboys concerning artwork :/.


126. Zombie Proof











For 20 years, the denizens of San Rosina, Texas have thought locksmith Billy Bob Driwahl was at least a little crazy… because he offered the rather unusual service of ‘zombie-proofing’ in his Yellow Pages ad. Now that the world’s being overrun by zombies, though, he’s ready for them. But how did he know beforehand?!

This is one of my favourites (it’s just too bad it ran so short), it features a fun and immersive story which practicaly revolves around one of my favourite sentances :”You all thought I was crazy!”

127. The Zombies that ate the World

In Los Angeles in the year 2064, the dead have risen and corpses live again, cohabiting among us…well, somewhat. As a zombie apocalypse engulfs America, we follow a group of friends on a their journey to start a little business of their own as zombie catchers.


128. The New Deadwardians











In post-Victorian England, nearly everyone of the upper classes has voluntarily become a vampire to escape the lower classes who are all zombies. Into this simmering cauldron is thrust Chief Inspector George Suttle, a lonely detective who’s got the slowest beat in London: investigating murders in a world where everyone is already dead! But when the body of a young aristocrat washes up on the banks of the Thames, Suttle’s quest for the truth will take him from the darkest sewers to the gleaming halls of power, and reveal the rotten heart at the center of this strange world.


129. Zombie Dickheads











The author Chris Moreno said this about his comic:
“”They’re total jerks, imagine the idiots who get everyone killed in zombie movies the day after they come back from the dead, and now they have to stick together. I’ve heard them referred to as ‘hipster zombies’, since they have a sort of ‘been there, done that’ attitude to the whole zombie thing. In a way, they’re sort of commentators on the whole zombie invasion of pop culture.”
A zombie comedy comic.


130. Key of Z











The zombie apocalypse has transformed the city into two battle-hardened fiefdoms, controlled by twin warring factions! One man, whose family has been ripped away from him, stands between these two superpowers. With power drawn from an artifact from better days, his quest for vengeance starts now.

131. Quarantined











The characters in Quarantined, led by Henry Foreman, are forced to fight against the mayhem caused by the infected, as well as their growing paranoia of each other. After confronting a mysterious stranger, the survivors dig into the town’s secrets as they hatch their escape—yet none of them are prepared for what they discover.

Not the best graphic novel around… but if you’re hungry :D it will do!

132. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies











It is known as “the strange plague,” and its unfortunate victims are referred to only as “unmentionables” or “dreadfuls.” All over England, the dead are rising again, and now even the daughters of Britain’s best families must devote their lives to mastering the deadly arts. Elizabeth Bennet is a fearsome warrior whose ability with a sword is matched only by her quick wit and even sharper tongue. But she faces her most formidable foe yet in the haughty, conceited, and somehow strangely attractive Mr. Darcy. As the two lovers meet in the ballroom and on the battlefield, they’ll soon learn that nothing—not even bands of ninjas, hordes of flesh-eating zombies, or disapproving aunts—can stop true love.



133. Dead Speed











The story takes place in the post-apocalyptic wastelands of Chicago, years after a devastating pandemic. Ex-convict, Darren Gray, is forced to survive in a brutal age of cannibalism, where he and his fellow “Rippers” require fast cars to retrieve healthy human organs for a surviving human Compound before they become the Undead. When Darren discovers a young girl who may be the key to ending the plague, he severs a secret alliance keeping the Undead forces at bay. Pursued by both the human survivors and the Undead armies, his life becomes a new fight for survival, depending on his skill and speed to keep himself alive.


134. FUBAR











An independent series of indie graphic novels about zombies in the second World War. The project started with kickstarter and has become a legend due to the fact it wound up on the New York Times bestseller’s list. Check it out!
Oh yeah… it started of with “The Devil’s Dance Floor” and the first volume of FUBAR is called “European Theatre of the Damned”, ENJOY!


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