Wildstorm has released a preview of Victorian Undead #6, in stores NOW!
From the Wildstorm Blog:
Whenever I hear a great, straight-forward high concept my gut reaction is almost always “Why didn’t I think of that?”. Victorian Undead’s Sherlock Holmes versus zombies pitch created exactly one of those situations, which is why six issues later I’m happy to report Ian Edginton and Davide Fabbri’s miniseries more than lived up to its lofty concept.
… Which is all the more reason why I’m sad to see it end. The book was as gruesome as I would’ve hoped a zombie book to be, more action-packed than I ever expected, and more… Holmesy (?) Holmesesque (?) than I could have dreamed; If it weren’t for the illustrated panels and a century’s removal, Victorian Undead would feel right at home alongside Doyle’s short stories.
Source: The Bleed
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