In our final piece of our year-long celebration of 2000 AD’s 45th anniversary, we take a look at Al Ewing and Henry Flint’s absurd Zombo strip.
Find out how to read DCeased – DC Comics’ zombie epic – with this handy reading order guide.
Read on to find out all about the Archie Horror comics, including which comics are involved, where to find them, and much more.
If you’ve heard good things about Blackest Night and want to read it then you’ve come to the right place. Blackest Night Reading Order Checklist has everything you need to know if you want to read all or some of this epic event, including background reading, prelude, trade paperback collections, and what to read afterwards.
The Walking Dead is a worldwide phenomenon, which sells tonnes of comics and breaks TV ratings records. But, you probably knew that already. What you might not have about is this brand new comic story, The Walking Dead: The Alien, set in the world of the comics and created by Brian K Vaughan (Saga) and Marcos Martin (The Private Eye).
2000AD Prog #1950 is a perfect jumping on point for the classic science fiction anthology with four new comic stories starting this week. Wheather you’re new or a lapsed reader there should be a story that appeals to you. Take a peek inside to see the cover as well as read a few pages from each of these new stories.
The concept of the zombie has been done to death. That wasn’t an intentional pun, but it’s true. Zombies have become the new vampires and there has been so many interpretations that it’s hard to come up with a new twist. Although, writer Matt Miner and art Sean Von Gorman’s Toe Tag Riot has found a new angle – mixing it up with a punk rock attitude and LGBTQ positivity.
With Halloween later in the week I thought I would share some of the great horror and Supernatural comics that are freely, and legally, available to read. This list of free horror comics has a lot of variety with large range of different kinds of scares. There are vampires, demons, zombies, swamp creatures, home invaders and even Batman. Just don’t blame me if you can’t sleep at night.
Grandfather of the zombie genre, George A Romero, continue his “Of The Dead” series in comic form with Empire of the Dead #1. The series looks to shake up the formula he originally invented by giving zombies new facets, while also introducing vampires into the mix. Take a look at the covers and the fantastic preview by Alex Maleev.