Young and the Dead: No Zombies Allowed Issue 1 comic book

Young and the Dead: No Zombies Allowed Issue 1 comic book


Young and the Dead: No Zombies Allowed Issue 1 Standard Edition
Art and Story by Scott Serkland

Eleven year old Sam Young and his little brother Tad join forces with some neighborhood misfits to defend their treehouse from an onslaught of flesh-eating zombies. It's "Goonies" meets "Night of the Living Dead!”

Also available in a deluxe artist addition, Issues 2. 3 and 4 sold separately

24 pages
Black and White
6 1/2" x 10 1/4"

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