I, ZOMBIE (2010) #2 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: I, Zombie (2010) #2
"Working Stiffs" is written by Chris Roberson with art by Michael Allred. For a living zombie, there's no more convenient job than grave-digger. Gwen craves brains like all zombies it's true but a bumper crop shows up nearly every day at the cemetery and that's a good thing. Without a fresh supply of corpses, Gwen couldn't pass for living any more and instead would start lumbering about like an extra in a George Romero film. There's just one catch: when Gwen chomps on someone's gray matter, she picks up all of their unresolved conflicts, including possibly, who murdered them.

Her latest meal was courtesy of the late Frederick Harris and Gwen can't help but paint the final images that ran through Freddy's head. One of those images is of a knife-wielding figure wrapped in bandages like a mummy; undoubtedly the killer. Gwen feels the need to get to the bottom of this murder and enlists the aid of her hippie ghost girlfriend Ellie. Meanwhile, a nest of vampires who have had very good luck finding victims at their after-dark paintball park is abuzz with the news that one of their kind has been stepping out for snacks on the side. Now, that's the kind of thing can draw the attention of the authorities!

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: I, ZOMBIE (2010)
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