Then...Imagine what it would be like if Superman, Batman, Cat Woman, Dracula, and the Human Torch teamed up to fight against zombies and zombie Frankenstein and a Demon. Sweet action RIGHT!!! I had no idea that was this great story till I really got into it. Now...I can't put the book down and want the next one. Thank you very much Peter for such a wonderful change to the NORM. I am a big fan of zombie books and movies...but this was an original if I have ever seen one. Any idea where I can get a signed original...first edition???
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Probably. Parts of it just felt so cool and exciting. It is written in such a way that even if you know the resolution its still a fun read.
I have to pick? The tension of the final conflict. It felt so clutch. I genuinely didnt know what was going to happen. It was calculated like a chess game yet brutal like a bar fight. Every bit of it felt like a slow painful crawl.
So much personality to so many characters. I really felt like i knew everyone. Just by their voices and annunciations.
The initial like about Exs. i cant remember but its something like "Ex Cops, Ex Mothers, ...Ex People".
Absolutely perfect pacing. I felt like i could feel the whole situation. The race for answers through detective work and the tactical combat struggle. The excitement and the hopelessness.
The way the origin stories were done should be celebrated. It was enough info to define people but it didnt drag or feel obligatory.
Just cool enough to not feel cheesy.
I also like how everything tied together and gets explained. It all felt so smooth and clever.
There was just enough info to keep you grounded and engaged and the omission of some things actually made it better. If you were in the middle of the situation you couldn't know every little thing about everyone. I really felt like i was there.
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I don't understand why they never corralled the exes onto streets and used cars to block then in, creating safe paths from thier base to foraging areas, and pushing them out from the inside to create a larger safe zone. i feel like a lot of things weren't thought out. still a good story though.
The story plays out like a graphic novel and that's not a problem at all. The characters are fun despite being stereotypical, and you do care for them when things go wrong. The only caution I would have is that this is certainly not for young ears even though it does have superheroes in it.
it is what it is. It's not a literary masterpiece, its a fun book with interesting characters about superheroes vs zomvies. if that sounds appealing then you will probably enjoy it.
This book is like a comic book. Which is fitting since it about superheroes and zombies. It's is about as deep as a well written comic book and the action is good. I like the cast of characters. The main bad guys are a little weak and underdeveloped. Overall I found it very entertaining. I will be movie on in the series.
I'll just admit it I love zombie apocalypse anything and was excited to start this book. I was pretty much through about 1/3 of the way in. I understand the writer is trying to give us Watchmen meets World War Z but shame on someone without even a one-one hundredth of the talent or vision to attempt something that grand.
The characters, the dialogue, the super villain, just bad, worse and worst. Plus, the horrible female characters and the disgusting idea that fucking zombie Jessica Alba is in anyway humorous. All around unforgivable trash and not in the John Waters isn't it fun sense either.