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DON’T MISS: The New Deadwardians #1 with Dan Abnett

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Running Time: 00:23:24

The British Empire is dead. Long live her undead hordes! It’s the dawn of the twentieth century and London’s upper crust is applying liberal amounts of zinc cream to stave off utter annihilation. Decades after the Memorial War with the shambling undead of low society, the blue bloods have preserved their storied heritage by voluntarily becoming vampires. With very few pulses racing in either of London’s class zones, Scotland Yard is down to its last homicide detective. But the humdrum life of C.I. George Suttle is about to get much more interesting, as a fellow vampire turns up dead. Really dead. Paul talks to writer Dan Abnett about a refreshing new take on the vampire and zombie sub-genre as only Britain could deliver.

The New Deadwardians #1
Written by Dan Abnett
Art by I.N.J. Culbard
32 pages/Color/$2.99
Vertigo Comics

Music:
Vampire
Dr. Dog

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Comments

  1. Love the work of Dan Abnett, Love alternative history. So yes, I will be picking this up.

  2. Tip-top preview, Paul. An intriguing premise in the hands of a fine writer, and splendid artwork. And I can’t tell you how much I’m looking forward to seeing the Prince Albert Tower, I love This Sort of Thing.

  3. Looking forward to this series.

  4. “Ugh, another Zombie title”, is what I said to myself when I first saw this. “Holy crap, this was good!”, is what I said after reading it. Great concept and execution. I loved the art style and loved the title’s play on words.

    I’m on board and can’t wait for more.

  5. Paul Montgomery Paul Montgomery (@fuzzytypewriter) says:

    Just following up. This was great. Love the tone, world building and look. Sure, there’s a lot of vampire and zombie books out there. There’s a lot of cop and ER dramas too. And superheroes. Judge ye not the genre, but the individual work.

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