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Victorian Undead: Sherlock Holmes Vs Zombies [Paperback]

Davide Fabbri , Ian Edginton

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17 Dec 2010
In 1854, a meteor streaked across London's skies, bringing with it a zombie plague. For twenty years, Her Majesty's Secret Service kept the threat under control. But now dastardly fiend Moriarty has begun using the zombies in an attempt to overthrow the Victorian Government. Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson must face off against their favorite foe, MI-5 and zombies at the same time.

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Ian Edginton is a British comic book writer. He worked on the Alien, Terminator and Predator franchises for Dark Horse; Blade, Wolverine and X-Force for Marvel, and many more. Davide Fabbri worked on Star Wars: Jedi Council - Acts of War and The Hunt for Aurra Sing. He also contributed art to the official Planet of the Apes movie adaptation.

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Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars  1 review
5.0 out of 5 stars This would make a great film... 7 July 2011
By Ste Cork - Published on Amazon.com
... confusingly, the cover portrays Holmes as being a zombie, yet it's about him battling the undead, not being one himself. Duh...

Anyway, it's hard to give too much info on this without giving away plot points that re more fun to find out youself, but picture the London area of Victorian England about to be overrun by Zombies ( common mysterious-green-comet origin ), and throw in some other people who know more about this than they've let on, coverups of past incidences, some great examples of Steampunk technology, and the overall stiff-upper-lip dialog you'd expect of any decent Holmes adaptation and you're onto a winner. I'll be keeping an eye on this writer.
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