Matt Boiselle The unholy union has finally come to light in a comic book format that is sure to entertain everyone from the casual to the most hardcore of zombie fans. What better to see than a group of flesh-craving undead freaks stalking a bevy of bodacious, perky, scantily-clad cheerleaders ?
In Zombies vs. Cheerleaders Vol.1, created by Steven l. Frank, we are treated to lots of skin and gore that will not only portray some of these curvy pep-squadders as innocent victims, but will turn the perceived notion of the dainty, helpless women upside down as they kick ass and never look back in an endless blitz of in-your-face zombie slaughter.
Volume 1 is not one lone story, but a collection of shorts that will rival any B-movie that any of us have ever seen before. The colors seemingly jump off of the pages into your lap, the artwork is second to none, and the short story lines are exceptional to dive into without getting hung up in length. A small word of caution however; this comic, with its graphic nature and suggestive sense of humor, might not necessarily be aimed towards the younger crowd. Well, now that the morality disclaimer has been presented in its short version, get yourself online and search out this comic !! If you love zombies and those buxom beauties that have managed to entertain ( and sometimes annoy) us all to no end, I can say that you will not be disappointed with this series.