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Zombie Outlaw #1


By Leroy Douresseaux
Sep 13, 2010 - 13:43

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Zombie Outlaw #1 cover image

Zombie Outlaw #1 is a self-published comic book from writer Brian J. Apodaca and artist B. Paul Jordan.  Apodaca has previously self-published Reunion and Fire Never Forgets.

Zombie Outlaw is a kind of weird horror/fantasy title set at Irvine State University where the students are just like other college students.  The story opens to find resident geek Matt Naismith trying to romance sexy co-ed, K.T. Delaney.  Matt turns to Will Simers aka “The Brain,” a self-styled ladies man and archeologist, for help in catching K.T.’s attention.  Will agrees, but he wants something in return, and that something is a quest to find a relic.  But the relic belongs to the legendary “Zombie Outlaw.”

Zombie Outlaw is a comic horror title, mixing traditional horror comic books with a little Saturday morning cartoon style and Joe Lansdale, but it is a comic book.  Zombie Outlaw #1 doesn’t strike me as one of those comic books that wants to be something else (like a screenplay).  It starts off a college comedy (which didn’t interest me), but the second half is actually quite intriguing.  I’m interested to see where this goes.

Buy this book for $6 from http://www.comixpress.com – search for “Zombie Outlaw”
www.zombieoutlaw.com
www.myspace.com/zombieoutlaw
Contact the author at www.twitter.com/capn_midnight

 

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Page 25 of Zombie Outlaw #1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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