The New Deadwardians
Publish date: February 12th 2013
Pages no: 176
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Alternate History
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: The New Deadwardians -8 (#1)
This was fabulous! Such a creative look at vampires and zombies with a top notch setting. There were some great twists and turns and some unexpected moments along the way. I wasn't able to guess what would happen I just went along for the ride. A great twist on some ideas that have been done to deat...
Anything British is usually not my cup of tea, but I wanted to read this because of the involvement of zombies, obviously. I wasn't expecting to love the story, but I figured that I would at least enjoy the undead aspects of the story. What I got was a very well-rounded tale of Chief Inspector Georg...
I wish there were more of this story. I enjoyed reading an alternate history ravaged by zombies and vampires while remaining much the same. The world didn't come to an end, it simply changed and humanity adapted. I also liked the mystery and that it was the central focus, even if it was mundanely oc...
Though it deals with zombies and vampires, I tagged it for my "mystery and detective" shelf because it is more of a mystery tale than an actual horror tale, plus the gore factor is pretty minimal. Considering the crappy way zombies and vampires have been handled lately, this is actually a pretty goo...