DCeased #1 Returns to Life with Second Printing

DCeased #2 is in stores today, continuing Tom Taylor, Trevor Hairsine, and Stefano Guadiano’s universe-changing zombie romp across the DCU. But for fans who may have missed out on the first issue, there’s no need to shamble around starving for DCeased. Writer Taylor announced on Twitter that the issue is getting a second printing, set to hit stores on July 3rd.

It’s not the best gift Taylor has gotten from DC lately. That honor would have to go to the box full of live spiders and scorpions the publisher shipped to him back in April. However, it is still pretty great news, and besides, you can be just as easily emotionally stung by Taylor’s writing as you could be by a deadly, venomous insect. Which would hurt more is up for interpretation.

DCeased #2 is in stores now…

DCeased #2
(W) Tom Taylor (A) Trevor Hairsine, Stefano Guadiano (CA) Leinil Francis Yu
Millions are dying every minute. Heroes and villains alike are falling. Can the Justice League unite to find a way to stop the spread of death? Can they save humanity from extinction? Can they even save themselves? The key to survival may hinge on the last moments of one of the World’s Finest Heroes…
RATED T+
In Shops: Jun 05, 2019
SRP: $3.99

And DCeased #3, along with the second printing of DCeased #1, is in stores on July 3rd.

DCeased #3
(W) Tom Taylor (A) Stefano Guadiano (A/CA) Trevor Hairsine
Heroes, villains and gods have fallen. Cities have collapsed. The virus threatens to reach below the waves and even to the island of Themyscira. The race to save planet Earth is on! The surviving members of the Justice League have learned the secret to the spread of the virus, but is it already too late to stop it?
In Shops: Jul 03, 2019
Final Orders Due: Jun 10, 2019
SRP: $3.99

DCeased #1 Returns to Life with Second Printing

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