Zombies vs Cheerleaders #1

    Zombies vs Cheerleaders » Zombies vs Cheerleaders #1 released by Moonstone on June 1, 2010.

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    Morbid or funny, and sometimes morbidly funny, top talent bring eclectic tales of Zombies vs Cheerleaders. Based on the hit trading card series from 5FINITY Productions, read the exciting stories of the two things everyone loves: zombies and cheerleaders! Writer Steven L. Frank teams with artists Benjamin Glendenning, Jessica Hickman, Frankie B Washington, and David Namisato in this rip roaring first issue! Variant covers by Jason Worthington, Justin Ridge, & Jessica Hickman. The back cover is sketch friendly!


    This first issue of the zombies versus cheerleaders story answers a question readers have had forever. Who rules the school? Find out as you watch the zombies, geeks, teachers, jocks, and cheerleaders work there way through a couple of scenarios at the newly infected high school.



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    Titilating and Grusome all at once 0

    Zombies vs. Cheerleaders #1 Writer: Steven L. Frank Art: Ben Glendenning, Jessica Hickman, and Frankie B. Washington Moonstone This is definitely an indie comic that I can see catching on with fans of the zombie genre but there are a few editorial things that I would change about the book to make it easier to follow and keep the reader engaged.   The art is good, but having some consistency with the art could make the book a little better.   I really like some of the art but the contrast is a l...

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    One might think that by reading the series title that this is bound to be a little exploitative and hammy.  The first not so much (though there is one case where a girl gets her top ripped off revealing only her bra to which she replied "Thank goodness I am wearing my good bra.") but the second gets shown a lot.  Such a series should not really be designed to be serious I suppose but the downfall here is that it is completely unserious.  Some character act like stereotypes, which i ok, but some ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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