Marvel Zombies 2, Volume 2

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Marvel, Jun 25, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 120 pages
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Forty years have passed and the zombies have come back home after eating just about everything else in the universe. Yum yum! What awaits them back on Earth, though, is beyond anything even these shambling monstrosities could have conceived! The Marvel characters that became last year's unexpected smash hit are back and more stomach-churning than ever! Plus: At last - witness the birth of the Marvel Zombies! Kirkman and Phillips pull out all the stops as they reveal the secret story of the day the Marvel Heroes became brain-eating monsters! Want to see the Avengers eat Jarvis? You won't get that in New Avengers, effendi! Collects Marvel Zombies 2 #1-5.

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Review: Marvel Zombies: The Complete Collection Volume 1 (Marvel Zombies Complete 1)

User Review  - Paceman - Goodreads

Thoroughly enjoyed this compendium, essentially a collection of alternate universe stories packed with copious gore and black humor. Great art throughout and interesting / different dialogue from familiar characters. Give it try. Read full review

Review: Marvel Zombies 2 (Marvel Zombies #2)

User Review  - Derek Daigle - Goodreads

Way better than the first one. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Robert Kirkman is a New York Times bestselling author best known for his work on The Walking Dead, Invincible Ultimate X-Men and Marvel Zombies.

Sean M Phillips is a Java Software Architect currently working on ground systems for Space Science missions at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. He has developed embedded systems, modeling and simulation and visualization software for projects from commercial & military RADAR, heavy manufacturing, Battlespace Awareness and Orbital Flight Dynamics. Sean is the lead developer of F(X)yz http: //birdasaur.github.io/FXyz/), a free third party library for JavaFX 3D components and data visualization tools. Sean enjoys sharing his experiments through blog entries on various sites including Java.net https: //weblogs.java.net/blogs/sean.mi.phillips), The NetBeans DZone http: //netbeans.dzone.com/users/seanmiphillips), and personal media (Twitter - @SeanMiPhillips)

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