Avatar To Publish Max Brooks’ Extinction Parade In June

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Avatar Press have published a number of Max Brooks‘ zombie projects to date, such as The Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks. And now they are taking on a new comic series inspired by  his short story, Extinction Parade.

Brooks is writing the comic himself, in eleven issues, with art from current Crossed Badlands artist, Raulo Caceres.

Simply put, it’s Vampires Vs Zombies.

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Less simply put,

As humans wage their loosing fight versus the hoards of the subdead, a frightening realization sets in with the secretive Vampire race: our food is dying off. This is the story of Vampires decent into all-out war with the mindless hungry hordes of the zombie outbreak as humanity tries to survive them all. Three species in mortal conflict. This is how a species dies.

Out in June, folks.


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