A common complaint about individual comic books (or "floppies," as some have come to call them) is that they read too quickly, that the entertainment is too fleeting. I understand the complaint, and for some comics, the criticism is a valid one. When it comes to a graphic novel or trade-paperback collection, though, it's not something one expects to encounter. Zombee's main flaw is that it does read far too quickly. The simpler tone of the art and the repeated action sequences make for a brisk read. It's a shame Gunter didn't take these characters down a couple of side paths, rather than from one battle with the undead to another. Read Full Review
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