Top 10 zombie comics: In the history of comic books, zombies have been a popular option for many renowned comic book franchises.
Marvel Zombies is a crucial book in the zombie comic book universe and one of the twenty years’ most well-read zombie comics.
The novel iZombie by Chris Roberson, originally titled “I, Zombie,” tells the tale of Gwen, a gravedigger who transforms into a zombie and contributes to civilization.
The Goon is a spooky comic book series that excels in fusing dark humor’s traditional techniques with aspects of horror.
The comic book series follows Selena, one of the main figures in the first movie, as she travels to London to serve as a guide for an American reporter.
Many people were curious as to if or when DC Comics, Marvel’s main rival, will produce their take on the grim, zombified plot after Marvel presented Marvel Zombies in December 2005.
This comic book series of the same name serves as a prequel to the original 1968 smash hit movie Night of the Living Dead.
One anonymous person awakens in a heap of debris in Brian Ralph’s riveting and original story, Daybreak, only to be greeted by a kind man who is missing an arm.
In the comic book series Victorian Undead by Ian Edginton, Holmes and Watson are entrusted with fending off a paranormal danger.
Chris Ryall and Ashley Wood’s comic book series Zombies vs. Robots is among the craziest to come out in the last twenty years.
The Walking Dead is the most essential and well-known comic book for the zombie genre, even though all of the previously stated works are excellent and significant in their own right.