Marvel Zombies, Volume 1

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Marvel, Sep 24, 2008 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 136 pages
140 Reviews
Torn from the pages of Ultimate Fantastic Four! On an Earth shockingly similar to the Marvel Universe's, an alien virus has mutated all of the world's greatest super heroes into flesh-eating monsters! It took them only hours to destroy life as we know it - but what happens when they run out of humans to eat?! Follow their search for more food, and witness the arrival of the Silver Surfer! Collects Marvel Zombies #1-5, plus extras.

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It is almost more of a gruesome parody. - Goodreads
Illustrations are so captivating. - Goodreads
Kirkman is a master writer of zombie quests. - Goodreads
... the artwork is great and the humour very black. - Goodreads
The artwork is okay but nothing spectacular. - Goodreads
This sounds a bonkers premise, but it works. - Goodreads

Review: Marvel Zombies (Marvel Zombies #1)

User Review  - Richard Noble - Goodreads

a little confused at the start but good fun once it got started. the artwork is great and the humour very black. the shock ending is not much of a shock but still quite cool. Read full review

Review: Marvel Zombies (Marvel Zombies #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

Not for me... at all. Honestly I don't even get the appeal. I like stories that require braaaaaaaaaains in story telling, not as a food source. Read full review

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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: //, 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 https: //, The NetBeans DZone http: //, and personal media (Twitter - @SeanMiPhillips)

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