George A Romero s Empire of the Dead Act Two It s zombies vs vampires vs an invading militia as the legendary George Romero unleashes the next chapter in his ferocious undead epic Welcome back to a very different New York City one that s sti ll

  • Title: George A. Romero's Empire of the Dead: Act Two
  • Author: George A. Romero Dalibor Talajić
  • ISBN: 9780785185192
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s zombies vs vampires vs an invading militia as the legendary George Romero unleashes the next chapter in his ferocious undead epic Welcome back to a very different New York City, one that s sti ll standing barely years after a world changing undead plague Zombies are used for sport in the arena, and vampires rule the city But now outside forces are knocking onIt s zombies vs vampires vs an invading militia as the legendary George Romero unleashes the next chapter in his ferocious undead epic Welcome back to a very different New York City, one that s sti ll standing barely years after a world changing undead plague Zombies are used for sport in the arena, and vampires rule the city But now outside forces are knocking on Manhattan s walls, and death rains down from above What is this new threat to NYC And what s worse for the city s few remaining normal residents the roaming flesh eaters who seem to be growing smarter every daye ruling blood suckers struggling to keep their grip on poweror the newly arrived Southern army, bent on pillaging the greatest city in the world COLLECTING GEORGE ROMERO S EMPIRE OF THE DEAD ACT TWO 1 5

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    1. A bit of a letdown after the first volume. This seemed like the classic "middle" book, as it seemed more transitional than anything else. We still have zombies and vampires, and there are some political power plays being made as well. There's a strange subplot with this weird redneck militia, and I have no idea of their real agenda. Also, the zombies are continuing to evolve. The art isn't bad, but seemed like a letdown after the Maleev art in the first volume.Not bad, but not really good either [...]

    2. Primero fue la Noche, luego el Amanecer y después el Día, me refiero a la trilogía cinematográfica de los Muertos Vivientes del legendario director George A. Romero (1940-2017). Ahora nos centremos en su última incursión en la novela gráfica, que bajo el sello de Marvel, fue Empire of the Dead publicada entre los años 2014 y 2015 en cómics de grapa para la sociedad americana. Todo ello, avalado por una magnífica introducción del nonagenario padre de superhéroes, Stan Lee. En nuestro [...]

    3. Muy entretenida continuación del primer acto. Con muchos giros inesperados. Nadie tiene segura la vida, o la muerte; tensión, suspenso y crudeza de comienzo a fin. Excelente.

    4. Como no volume anterior, mostra uma NY pós apocalipse zumbi cujo prefeito faz parte de uma irmandade secreta de vampiros. Zumbis são usados como entretenimento em lutas de arena e alguns começam a evoluir. Como o volume anterior, não é ruim, mas também não é bom. Nesse, dão destaque a uma milícia que não se sabe qual o objetivo e acrescentem um jogo político pelo controle da prefeitura. Nada que encha os olhos, infelizmente.

    5. So I read this Graphic Novel with the intention of knowing the premise before the TV show comes out. I enjoyed it. Like I said about Act 1. I enjoy a good Zombie Genre. This was fun because they had blimps. Blimps suddenly made things a little post apocalyptic steam punk. That was a fun and new direction. I'm not so sure about Jo, the little girl, who's family is the zombies. I'm not also so sure about the Zombie's having cognitive thought. But, it was a fast read, and it was fun. There is some [...]

    6. I enjoyed the 2nd volume of this as much as the first. One thing that bothered me was the scenes all felt far too short. Perhaps it was wanting to cover many things in a short comic but it did feel like it was jumping all over the place a bit too much. Three pages on average a scene just didn't lead to much development. That said I did still enjoy it. I would have liked to have seen more with the intelligent zombies and their friend. This all feels like it's building towards something interestin [...]

    7. A lot of plans start to failin Act 2. Ms Peach wants to take over NY with her Reb friends, and the Mayor has competition now for re-election. Also Vampires are becoming known From bites and stealing children. My fav zombie gets hurt and takes out Zanzibar, who was named after Paul's (the manager) father's death. Things are twisted and can't wait for Act 3!I read Act 2 parts 1-5 23 pgs on ePub but I have no other choices on .

    8. Found the artwork in this act less engaging that in the first book, and the writing a bit patchier. Not a bad zombie/vampire saga, but doesn't quite live up to the promise of the first book (and I'm having trouble getting along with the idea of zombies basically hanging out and chatting, but maybe I need to suspend my disbelief a bit more with that).

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