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From the writer of Zenescope's smash hit Wonderland trilogy, and Image Comics' THE GIFT, comes Raven Gregory's newest tale of horror. In the big city, police detectives investigating routine murders discover that the victims of these crimes are coming back from the dead in search of those responsible for ending their lives.
Now the detectives are in a race against time to find the source of the recent 'waking's' before the victims deal out their own brand of bloody justice. Meanwhile, a father with an incredible ability must choose between avenging his daughter's death or losing her forever. Check out what is sure to be one of the freshest new takes on the zombie mythos in 2010.
Feb 01, 2011
Dane Higbee from Sparta, WI
As much as I wanted to give this at least a 4, I couldn't do it. The story is amazing, the artwork is fantastic, but I couldn't care less about the characters.
This story is about a man who has the ability to raise the dead. He raises, or "wakes", people who have been murdered. These people, zombies, seek out the person who killed them and, in turn, kill them. The zombie then dies for good because the spirit is at rest since justice has been served.
The police have a hard time dealing with these zombies because they only hurt those who've hurt them and anyone who tries to stop them. The man who can wake the dead wakes his daughter who was killed and he keeps her locked up so she won't kill the man who killed her and then she'll die again.
It wasn't bad as a story but none of the characters are developed enough for me to care. Yes, I see him cry because his daughter wants to be set free to kill the man, yes, I see teacher who was killed by a student but why do I care about them? It was like I was watching a movie that started about 30 minutes in. I liked it, I truly did, but I just didn't care.