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Night of the Living Dead, Vol. 2 [Illustrated] [Paperback]

Mike Wolfer , John Russo , Tomas Aira
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25 Nov 2011 Night of the Living Dead (Book 2)
The original zombie horror returns, as a legion of undead ghouls marches towards an Anti-Vietnam War protest in Washington, D.C.! The most horrifying night in American history continues as the next chapter of Night of the Living Dead is revealed by writers Mike Wolfer (Gravel, Wolfskin) and John Russo, the co-writer of the original film classic!

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  • Paperback: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Avatar Press (25 Nov 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1592911226
  • ISBN-13: 978-1592911226
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 0.8 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 539,430 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Mike Wolfer is a writer and illustrator behind such horror titles as Night of the Living Dead, Friday the 13th, and Escape of the Living Dead.He illustrated Warren Ellis' Gravel and Garth Ennis' Stitched. John Russo wrote the screenplay to the zombie classic Night of the Living Dead which he adapted into a novel, and the Return of the Living Dead novel.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!! 11 Jan 2013
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After watching the Movie 'Night of the Living Dead' (which i thought was excellent) i often wondered what happened in other cities during the zombie plague. If anyone is looking for a PG zombie graphic novel then this is not for you. NOTLD is bloody, scary and dark. I applaud Avatarpress for this because it gives a certain realism. In one issue of this there is a soldier who (when the zombie plague is happening) is a racist. Even in these dark times he's still a a racist first - zombie killer second. The main concept of this volume is the anti-Vietnam war in Washington DC. There is a large amount of nudity, anti-government sentiment and graphic killing!! (you see guts,lungs etc) when the zombies kill the living. All of which is in DC....

I do not want to give the whole story away but if you like NOTLD then please read this issue!
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2.0 out of 5 stars Zombie mosh 1 April 2014
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I like zombie stuff. I didn't like this book too much, it's a simple story, too much colour and emphasis on naked hippy chicks. If I could draw, I could do better. I'll not buy any more of this series.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Lives up to its predecessor 19 Sep 2011
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For those who have read the first Night of the Living Dead graphic novel collection, you will find this to be a worthy successor. If you have never read the comics themselves and have simply waited for the collections to come out (as I did), then you should know that the second Night of the Living Dead collection does not expand upon the stories from the first edition, but rather begins a whole new story, one involving the outbreak of the living dead right in the middle of a large scale war protest during Vietnam, and getting caught in the middle are National Guardsmen called out to keep order. Although that would certainly be relevant subject matter for the time, I did walk away thinking that it was a thinly veiled commentary on the Iraq War, and commentaries about war have gotten a little old. That being said, the artwork and character development is as good as the first, as is the gore and combat against the dead. The characters are believable and you do feel something when some of them meet ghastly deaths. But as in any story, you root for some and against some others. Also, as in the first Night of the Living Dead collection, there is a great deal of gratuitous nudity, but then, that's not usually a bad thing. Admittedly, there is not much here that improves upon the first edition, but as long as it maintains the standard, which it does, you will enjoy this and it will become a good addition to your collection. Again, the only drawback is that sometimes, I just want a good zombie story. If I want social commentary, I'll watch CNN.
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4.0 out of 5 stars DC's Night of the Living Dead 5 Aug 2011
By The 9 - Published on
Gore, violence, vulgarity, nudity and most importantly, zombies: Welcome to Avatar's Night of the Living Dead series. In this yarn taking place in 1968, a throng of peacenicks are on their way to protest the Vietnam war in DC. The National Guard has been mobilized to keep the peace and the zombie outbreak from the Pennsylvania is slowly moving east. Mike Wolfer and John Russo (original movie's co-writer) create another chapter of the most famous Night in cinema. While nothing ground breaking, the story does redeem itself by delivering a nice cliffhanger (that will hopefully be fleshed out in later volumes) and the art is excellent. But the Holiday Special included is probably the best aspect of the collection. It's crude as it is gory.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Great if you're into snuff porn. 7 July 2013
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I hastily ordered volumes 1,2 and 3. Almost done with the second volume. Already have 'em, might as well get it over with.

I'm a straight 27 year old male and while reading this I kept wishing for the female nudity to tone down a bit! It's senseless and gratuitous (couple having sex in a car, the guy completely clothed or shirtless and the girl with a complete aversion to a group of people, a couple of men are shirtless at the most; but 80 percent of women are always either topless or completely nude). I mean, I can appreciate nudity like any other guy but this is ridiculous. The writing doesn't make up for it either, a generous use of cursing and mild racial slurs weaved into painfully predictable and repetitive plots. The main thing this series has going for is the main artwork but specially the cover arts, with devilishly gory and detailed spreads and alternate covers that are a pleasure to view. Other than that I find this downright insulting with the unnecessary nudity and childish writing. R.L Stine weaves better plots....and he writes for preteens. Considering this series can't possibly be targeted to children or even teenagers, I'm sure they can mature the writing if they tried.

But, they have my money now so they don't care...I just hope some user finds this useful. :)
4.0 out of 5 stars More Zombies from Avatar 2 Nov 2013
By Zen - Published on
As i stated in my previous reviews about this series, i find this a very fun read. It has good story, good artwork , nudity, violence, gore and zombies. I mean, this is what a zombie series should be.
The story takes place during the anti Vietnam war movement, so wee have the hippies smoking marijuana, mostly naked and zombie attacks.
The volume also contains an extra story, which i think it was a special Holiday release. There is also a new one out there called ''Aftermath'' which i haven't put my hands on yet, but like i said very fun series if this is the right genre for you.
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3.0 out of 5 stars porn 26 Dec 2012
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way to much sex not enough chills.selling the name only.this series has nothing to do with the movie.zombies are a foot note in this book.a real dissapointment .
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