Graveyard of Empires TP by Mark Sable

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Murky but powerful, this comic piles one horror on another.
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Afghanistan. U.S. Marines face a never-ending onslaught of Taliban. But even hell can get worse. The dead are coming back to life in The Graveyard of Empires, and only together can both sides of the today's conflict survive tomorrow's undead assault. Writer Mark Sable (Unthinkable, Two-Face Year One) reunites with his Grounded co-creator, Paul Azaceta (Amazing Spider-Man) to tell this critically claimed, controversial tale of terror.

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Max Douglas (born 1970). Since approximately 1996, he's worked under the pen name of Salgood Sam which is derived from a reverse spelling of his name. His recent work includes the graphic novels "Dream Life - a late coming of age," "Therefore, Repent!" with Jim Monroe, and "Wonder Woman versus The Red Menace!" A holiday special of Ghostbusters, "Tainted Love" with Dara Naraghi, A story with Mark Sable in the Eisner winning "Comic Book Tattoo," another of his own in "Popgun 4," and work in both "Awesome 2: Awesomer," and "Sea of Red." To name a few. He lives and works in Montreal, with three cats and his partner and teaches art part time. Matthew Wilson was the winner of Amazon's Best Test Movie contest in May 2011 for his film "The Umpire." He has written for animated television shows on Cartoon Network and Disney Channel, and wrote and directed the independent feature film "The Virgins." He lives in Seattle. Jessica Chrysler has painted illustrations for several children's books including "Cody the Coyote," for which she also wrote the story. She lives in Los Angeles.
Published May 1, 2013 by Image. 128 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on May 27 2013

Murky but powerful, this comic piles one horror on another.

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