Zombie fans demanded it - the most unprecedented and horrifying night in American history continues as The Night of the Living Dead world expands with these official cannon trade paperbacks! With stories set on that fateful evening in 1968 and expanding to the next generation in the 1970s, these tales expand the original frightening legend to new heights of undead horror. Shocking reports from rural areas continue to flood the airwaves with accounts of the recently deceased rising up to kill the living. Now, government officials begin counter-measures to calm an increasingly panic-stricken public. Questioning whether or not the unbelievable stories are truth or simply an elaborate hoax perpetrated by militants opposed to the Vietnam War, the attention of the nation's Capitol is focused on a threat more believable, as thousands of protesters converge on Capitol Hill to voice their opposition to the War. This five volume collection includes the original Night of the Living Dead Volumes 1, 2, and 3 graphic novels along with the innovative 1970s follow up series Night of the Living Dead: Aftermath Volumes 1 and 2 presented in a one-of-a-kind, value-priced collector's slipcase.Biographie de l'auteur :
With a career spanning over twenty years, Mike Wolfer has been both writer and illustrator on many of Avatar Press' most popular titles, collaborating with some of the industry's most renowned writers including Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis and Alan Moore. As the guiding force behind such horror titles as NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, FRIDAY THE 13TH, and ESCAPE OF THE LIVING DEAD, Wolfer cemented his reputation as one of today's top creators of supernatural tales, a trend has continues with his writing credits on Warren Ellis' GRAVEL and Garth Ennis' STITCHED, both of which he also illustrates. Avatar's sister company, Boundless Comics, has also benefited from Wolfer's flair for the macabre, as he writes both Brian Pulido's LADY DEATH and the ""bad girl"" extravaganza title, WAR GODDESS.
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