Zombee

Zombee A dutiful Samurai a madcap Ninja and a bizarro Zen Monk team up to battle the undead in Feudal Japan Can these unlikely allies stay friends long enough to stop the zombees from taking over their home

  • Title: Zombee
  • Author: Miles Gunter Víctor Santos
  • ISBN: 9781582406626
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback
  • A dutiful Samurai, a madcap Ninja and a bizarro Zen Monk team up to battle the undead in Feudal Japan Can these unlikely allies stay friends long enough to stop the zombees from taking over their homeland

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      Published :2019-03-05T12:50:26+00:00

    One thought on “Zombee”

    1. Zombies are cool. Samurai and Ninjas are cool. So this was kind of a fun idea. For the most part I really dug the art, though there was a few panels and sequences that I had no idea what was really going on (and maybe that was the point - confusion!?). I was kind of back and forth on how to rate this. If someone asked me I'd probably say "it was okay" which should be two stars but looking at other stuff I've rated with two stars, this was definitely better than that, so I guess it's more of a "I [...]

    2. Samurai, ninja and monk vs. undead villagers, ronin-zombies and an Illuminati-style Leviathan-Cthulhu monster. Who needs drugs when I've got bedtime reading material like this?I really wasn't too excited by the artwork, but it would occasionally take on a very distinct Mike Mignola look. Anyone who's read Hellboy (or any of his other work--the man has been in the business for almost 30 years) knows this is a good thing. And now I've spent more time writing about someone who had nothing to do wit [...]

    3. I was really unimpressed with this mashup of zombies and ninjas. the black and white art looked unfinished rather than an intentional design choice, and the artwork itself was muddy and unclear. The story was cliche zombie attack, with the setting and characters not particularly important. And the use of profanity was just utterly out of sync with the rest of the story; all of the dialogue was too modern for the story. There really wasn't anything worthwhile here.

    4. Zombies in feudal Japan! A samurai teams up with a wisecracking ninja to face an epidemic of the undead. This is more of a tongue-in-cheek horror/humor comic, so those looking for a serious zombie book will be a little disappointed. It was a pretty cool way to kill a half hour!

    5. Samurai, ninja and zombies. An interesting combo. As to whether it had the right amount of gore, fear ect.No. I like there to be more uncertainty in my zombie books. The zombies weren't zombie enough for me.

    6. Yeah, between the samurai and the zombies, what's not to love? The art was a little confusing at times, but for B/W art it was pretty decent.

    7. I like how the storyline goes! It was freakin cool with the three different japanese warriors teaming up against zombies!

    8. Really slick looking B&W art. The story wasn't anything to write home about, but it's an enjoyable ride and the creators seem to have a ball using a samurai and ninja and zombies as the cast.

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