The Living Corpse: Haunted One-Shot #1
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The Living Corpse: Haunted One-Shot #1

Writer: Keith Thomas, Ken Haeser Artist: Ken Haeser Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: August 21, 2013 Cover Price: $4.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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An all new fright-filled, knuckle-biting, pants-wetting one-shot inspired by this summer's Amazing Adventures Of The Living Corpse animated movie from Shoreline Entertainment and Anchor Bay!  A haunting at an abandoned mental institution brings THE LIVING CORPSE out to investigate!  Our intrepid, undead hero must fight his way through an army of feeble-minded ghosts to unlock the secret of the evil Doctor Death!

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Therapy - Cody "The Thorverine" Ferrell Aug 21, 2013

    The Corpse: Haunted One-Shot is a fun book that has something for all the fans of the creepy, crawly, humor. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Bloody Disgusting - ShadowJayd Aug 22, 2013

    Arguably the best addition in this collection is Haeser and Hassons Tears of a Clown, which follows The Living Corpses first meeting with a suicidal Mumbles the Clown. Created by Rob Dimension, but written and illustrated by Haeser and Hasson, this piece makes for a fantastically gritty end to the book. How these artists can pull off two completely different styles of art from their opening story to their last is remarkable. As if drawn and rendered on sandpaper, the rough and harsh tone of the art translates exceptionally well with the narrative; and Smith delivers his best work utilizing a colour palette that perfectly fits the mood of the story. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Aug 21, 2013

    All three stories look great with completely different styles at work. This one-shot has also piqued my interest as far as The Living Corpse is concerned. If given an ongoing series I'm sure I'd pick it up after reading this. A zombie superhero who fights all things horror? Sign me up. It also seems to have a bit of a sense of humor, which makes this title further unique. That said, these three stories are either throwaway or seem to be written more for the hardcore fan than anything. It was hard to relate to and enjoy the stories because of this. On top of that the title says it's a “haunted one-shot” and yet there's nothing scary about it! Read Full Review

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