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Here are are the book releases that collect the first two Volume series of Deadworld in the order they

were first published along with several standalone and tie-in short stories.

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Written by: Stuart Kerr

Art by: Vince Locke

​Edited By: Ralph Griffiths, Gary Reed


Pages: 128

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351245

​$12.99 US

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Collecting the original series of Deadworld, issues 15-18 plus the Deadtales features introducing the Amy character. Book Four on the nine volume series bringing all the original Deadworld stories back into print for the first time since they were originally released. Dan and Joey find themselves in a small town that seemingly is isolated from the zombie menace. They adapt to a life of normalcy and the horror seems to ignore this haven. But of course, that won’t last long.

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Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Galen Showman, Troy Nixey, Nathan Pride



Pages: 128

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351306

​$12.99 US

As Dan and Joey depart the city, a band of survivors in Michigan decide to head to the wilds of the Upper Peninsula, hoping that the cold weather and sparse population, will inhibit the menace of the walking dead. John leads a ragtag group as they race for the remote area, hoping they can establish their own civilization. This edition collects issues 19-23 of the first volume of Deadworld. Also, the original tale of “Deadworld: Guns for Sale”, from Caliber Presents #8 is included here.

Written by: Stuart Kerr

Art by: Vince Locke

Edited by: Ralph Griffiths, Gary Reed


Pages: 130

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351252

​$12.99 US

In this continuation of collecting all the original Deadworld stores in nine volumes, this book features Volume Two of the series, specifically issues 5-10. Here, the lepers of Brunston are introduced and Dan is entranced by the Voodoo Queen who challenges King Zombie for control of the dead. The Dead-Killer shows the townspeople the horror of the zombies first hand so they truly understand what they’re up against. Deadworld is considered the “grand-daddy” of all zombie comics and has been published for 30 years with over 100 issues released.

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Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Mark Bloodworth, Dan Day, David Day, Mark Winfrey


Pages: 120

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351283

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Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Phil Hester, Ron McCain, Vince Locke, Dan Day, David Day, Charles Yates​


Pages: 120

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351290

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In this second book of the nine volume series of Deadworld Archives, collecting all the original Deadworld comic series, the teens find out that there are even greater horrors than the zombies as the grakken demon creatures arrive. When they are rescued by a para-military group, they believe they have finally found safety and civilization. But sometimes, humans can be worse than any zombie threat. Collecting issues 5-8 of Volume One.

The very first issues of Deadworld published by Arrow and Caliber Comics from the 80s and 90s. This Book One has the very first four issues of the series.

All the original Deadworld series collected into a nine volume series of Deadworld: Archives! In this book, containing issues 9-14 of the first volume, the remaining teens find themselves trapped in the city with both zombies and humans who want to kill them. King Zombie leads an attack on the city and the teens see their opportunity for escape. But not all of them will make

Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Troy Nixey, Christopher Torres, Mark Winfrey


Pages: 142

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351320

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Written by: Vince Locke, Jack Herman, Gary Reed

Art by: Mark Bloodworth, James O'Barr, Vince Locke


Pages: 130

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351269

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The beginnings of Volume Two and this edition has the first four issues. Time has moved ahead and the plan for sanctuary in the frozen north hasn’t worked out as planned. The entity of Amy is trapped but hoping to unleash herself as the remaining teens find themselves in a renegade group, unaware that Moloch has retaken the city…a city that the zombies also want. Also includes the short story “Body Art” featuring the character, Tattoo and a short piece entitled “The City” which appeared in the pages of Calibrations.

 

The beginning of one of comics’ longest running independents as Deadworld has over 100 issues published over the years. And it all started here! Seven teens on a school bus, scrambling to escape the zombie apocalypse. Little did they know that there were also intelligent zombies and they had a plan...and they had a leader, King Zombie. Death becomes real to the teens as they lose some of their members and their hope that a riverboat will provide sanctuary proves futile. The Deadworld Archives series collects all of the original Deadworld series published by Arrow and Caliber Comics from the late 1980s and through the 1990s into a series of NINE low priced graphic novels.

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DEADWORLD: Archives

The conclusion to the original Deadworld series with Book Nine of the Deadworld Archives. Collecting issues 11-15 which spotlight King Zombie facing multiple threats including from the Voodoo Queen and the lepers. Katherine, the woman who provides the Dead-Killer with a glimpse into humanity, is captured by Bowker and now he has to enter the zombie plagued town to rescue her. These issues have never been reprinted before. This is the last of the original Deadworld series until Volume Three, starting with Requiem for the World appears.

Written by: Gary Reed

Art by: Galen Showman, Christopher Torres, Chris Morea


Pages: 158

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351313

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Written by: Gary Reed, Mark Bloodworth

Art by: Vince Locke, Dan Day, Mark Bloodworth, Paul Daly


Pages: 146

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351276

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The epic finale to the first volume of Deadworld as the last three issues (#24-#26) are collected along with the introduction story of The Dead-Killer. In addition, “A Christmas in Louisiana” is included from the pages of “A Caliber Christmas” special edition. In the main story, the group decides to make a stand at the fort and lure the zombies in for a slaughter so that they can make their escape across the bridge into the desolated Upper Peninsula.

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