Category: Comics

The Zombie Comic

14 Jan
The Zombie Comic

The Zombie Comic is a web comic by Matt Lee, started back in April and infrequently updated since. Of course that can be forgiven when you’re a student that also works.

Recently though Matt has been dedicating more time to the site and producing work like the image above.

If you’d like to support him you can also make a donation and in return you’ll get anything from a signed print to a zombified picture of yourself.

You can see examples of the zombification process on the blog or check out the picture of ZC Barry posted yesterday. You can also follow him on Twitter.


WW Heroes Comic – Wrestling Zombies

3 Dec

Wrestling Zombies

Much like Zombie Iron Man Riding A Giant Ealge before it, comic book covers featuring zombies are awesome.

This one features Triple H, The Undertaker (appropriately) and John Cena wrestling zombies (oh and some of them are also demon leopard men). I don’t know why and frankly I don’t care (but I’m led to believe the comics feature Wrestlemania set against historical (ly inaccurate) settings).

Zombie Ironman Surfing On A Giant Eagle

14 Sep

Marvel Zombies Return 2

’nuff said.

28 Days Later Comic Released This Month

18 Aug
28 Days Later Comic Released This Month

As reported way-y-y back when Zombie Command started (May 19th, so not really that long ago), Boom Studios are releasing the continued adventures of Selena from 28 Days Later next Wednesday.

Set between 28 Days and 28 Weeks, the comics will focus on what happened to Selena after 28 Days Later and it’s safe to assume that it wasn’t that she lived happily ever after.

Check out the first couple of pages on Flickr below.



Walking Dead In TV Adaptation

12 Aug

The Walking Dead coming to TV

Robert Kikman’s The Walking Dead could (and it’s not yet final, though it is looking good) be coming to a small screen near you soon.

Frank Darabont, Director and Producer of 2007’s The Mist among other things, is in the very late stages of talks to bring The Walking Dead to TV. Gale Anne Hurd, who has some pretty mediocre movies to her name but will always be forgive for producing Tremors (and T2), and David Alpert (never heard of him, enlighten me in the comments as I’m too lazy to go to IMDb) are also on board as Executive Producers.

Now, if you don’t know why this is exciting I suggest you immediately educate yourselves and join us in a happy dance.

The story centres on a rotating cast of characters (read: zombies kill people, also, spoilers) and a fairly realistic depection of surviving in a post apocalyptic zombie infested world. As you can imagine this comic is bread and butter around Zombie Command HQ.

With talks of Jericho maybe coming back to the screens and this on the cards next year looks like a great year for post-apocalyptic TV.