EVIL DEAD (2008) #2 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Evil Dead (2008) #2
Continuing the masterful adaptation of Sam Raimi's original Evil Dead (a.k.a. Book of the Dead) film that started a legend. Writer Mark Verheiden and artist John Bolton clearly demonstrate their love for the original material with a heartfelt homage to the modern horror classic. Ash, ever the sardonic observer of the macabre and horrific, continues his smart-aleck tone throughout his description of the grisly events that began as an innocent getaway by some college friends to a cabin in the woods. One of those friends, Cheryl, is already possessed by the spirits of the dead, called to life by the incantation read from the Necronomicon. How many more will fall before dawn?

Cheryl quickly takes another victim, Ash's girlfriend Linda, before Ash boots her into the root cellar and locks the trapdoor. But what if that's exactly where the spirits of the Dead wanted her all along? When dealing with the evil dead, the game is never played by clear and simple rules. Next, Shelly, who came along with Ash's best pal Scotty, becomes possessed by the powerful spirits inhabiting the woods. But in battling her, Ash learns an important lesson that will save his life in the future: the demonic dead can be stopped through the act of bodily dismemberment!

Publisher: Dark Horse ComicsTitle: EVIL DEAD (2008)
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