Posted on September 23, 2011 by DecapitatedDan
Issue: Living Corpse Exhumed #1
Writers: Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson
Artists: Ken Haeser, Buz Hasson
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Release Date: 2011
“THE LIVING CORPSE rises from the grave in an all-new 6-issue mini-series! It’s hard enough to be The Living Corpse – the flies, the hunger for human brains, and the unending task of holding off the hordes of darkness from creeping into the world of the living… But when a Nosferatu suddenly moves into his graveyard, all hell breaks loose! And what will happen when The Living Corpse’s friend, Lilith, get’s caught in the middle? It’s a battle of the undead and only one will be left standing! (here’s a hint — the name of the book ain’t Nosferatu!)”
Artwork: 4.5 out of 5
Well eyelids I enjoyed having you as a part of my head until I saw the first 2 two page spreads, and then they were blown off! I love the style of Ken and Buz and I think in this issue it shows so well that you won’t know who is doing what. A perfect complement to one another. The colors were awesome as always, but a special treat was how the panels were broken up. At times you get this frames placed on the pages that don’t zoom in on anything, yet the boo-tifully break up the page. Awesome stuff.
Story: 4.0 out of 5
I don’t want to spoil anything but I have to say that this is a strong start out of the gate to make a change to a major player in the book. The writing was full of the humor I come to expect and was a great read overall. However I do have to point out that I thought some jokes did seem to have a little rust on them. Overall you get action, a great death for a classic villain and humor. This is a fun read.
Dying Breath: 4.5 out of 5
This book is back and ready to party, and guess what? You are on the guest list! Horror fans I know your picked this one up, everyone else you should give it a try. Buz and Ken bring to the table a great art style, a solid story, plenty of jokes and a great overall finished product. Plain and simple you can not lose with this one.
If you would like to buy or know more about The Living Corpse you can find it at CorpseComic.com.
Review by Dan Royer
Tags | zombies