The Last Zombie: Inferno TP, Volume 1

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Antarctic Press Incorporated, Feb 28, 2012 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
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In the dead of winter, The Last Zombie: Inferno picks up where The Last Zombie left off, as Doctor Ian Scott and his team of soldiers and scientists make their way across the wastelands of a post-zombie apocalyptic America. Infected with the virus that caused the zombie outbreak, Ian struggles to stay alive long enough to see his wife again. As if that wasn''t enough, the team finds themselves caught between a raging, state-wide wildfire and the radioactive destruction of a nuclear reactor meltdown. More apocalyptic awesomeness from Brian Keene (Doom Patrol, Dead of Night: Devil Slayer), Joe Wight (Twilight X, The Last Zombie, How to Draw and Fight Zombies), and Fred Perry (Gold Digger, Littlest Zombie, Diary of a Zombie Kid)! Collects The Last Zombie: Inferno #1-5.

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About the author (2012)

Brian James Freeman is the author of Black Fire, Blue November Storms, The Painted Darkness, Weak and Wounded, Dreamlike States, and More Than Midnight. He is also the coauthor of The Illustrated Stephen King Trivia Book (with Bev Vincent) and The Illustrated Stephen King Movie Trivia Book (with Hans-Ake Lilja and Kevin Quigley), and he is the editor of Dueling Minds. His novels, novellas, short stories, essays, and interviews have been published by Warner Books, Cemetery Dance, Borderlands Press, Book-of-the-Month Club, Leisure, and many others. Brian lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, two cats, and two German Shorthaired Pointers who are afraid of the cats. More books are on the way. Visit him on the web at

Formerly a teacher of composition and Renaissance literature, he currently writes and edits technical documentation for a large software company and has edited numerous volumes of theory and conversation about comics illustration. He wrote Modern Masters Volume 15: Mark Schultz from TwoMorrows Publishing and is working on a novel, The Night's Tale.

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