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by Tony Moore,Kieron Dwyer,Rick Remender

ePub Crawl Space Volume 1: XXXombies (v. 1) download
Author:
Tony Moore,Kieron Dwyer,Rick Remender
ISBN13:
978-1582409139
ISBN:
1582409137
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Publisher:
Image Comics (June 17, 2008)
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Subcategory:
Graphic Novels
ePub file:
1980 kb
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1942 kb
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Rating:
4.4
Votes:
521

Crawl Space Volume 1: XX. .has been added to your Cart. Remender and Co. don't pull any punches with XXXOMBIES and fans of gore, smut and the walking dead will get a kick out of this fast-paced zombie yarn.

Crawl Space Volume 1: XX. There are a few moments that push the envelope waaaaaayyyy past anything that you could get away with on film and you'll want to keep your eyes peeled for the various thinly-veiled real-life characters that work their way into the story's background.

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Rick Remender is an American comic book writer and artist who resides in Los Angeles, California.

Collecting Crawl Space issues featuring a blood-drenched thriller. Rick Remender is an American comic book writer and artist who resides in Los Angeles, California. He is the writer/co-creator of many independent comic books like Black Science, Deadly Class, LOW, Fear Agent and Seven to Eternity.

XXXombies is a four-issue comic book mini-series written by Rick Remender, with art by Kieron Dwyer. It is the first series for Crawl Space, a line of horror comic books distributed by Image Comics. The first issue was released on October 24, 2007, one week away from Halloween that year. Wong Hung Lau - Chinese adult film director. The series has been collected into a trade paperback: Crawl Space: XXXombies (96 pages, Image Comics, June 2008, ISBN 1-582413-7).

XXXombies (with Tony Moore and Kieron Dwyer, 2007) collected as Crawl Space . Rick Remender at the Comic Book DB (archived from the original). Rick Remender on IMDb.

XXXombies (with Tony Moore and Kieron Dwyer, 2007) collected as Crawl Space: XXXombies (tpb, 96 pages, 2008, ISBN 1-582413-7). Popgun Volume 1: "The Death of the Midnight Sky" (with Josh Hoye, graphic novel, 455 pages, 2007, ISBN 1-58240-824-6). Fear Agent (with Tony Moore, Jerome Opeña, Kieron Dwyer and Mike Hawthorne, 2007–2011) collected as: Re-Ignition (collects tpb, 112 pages, 2007, ISBN 1-59307-764-5). Interview with Remender on the Comic Geek Speak podcast.

Authors: Kieron Dwyer, and 2 more. Artists: Rick Remender, and 2 more. Published by: Image Comics. 9 Was £. 9 RRP £. 9.

Rick Remender, Tony Moore, Kieron Dwyer. Collects CRAWL SPACE Retailer warning: may not be suitable for all ages. Art by. Kieron Dwyer. Cover by.

Kieron Dwyer is an American comic book artist and penciller . Dwyer's first published comics work was the story "The Ghost of Masahiko Tahara" in Batman (Nov 1987) and later collaborated with writer Peter Milligan on the "Dark Knight, Dark City" storyarc in Batman (Aug-Sept 1990).

Collecting Crawl Space issues #1-4, featuring a blood-drenched thriller of the pornographic undead, XXXombies!With hopes of paying off his debt to a ruthless mob boss, sleazy porn producer Wong Hung Lau gathers a bevy of adult stars for a sequestered weekend of filmmaking. However, when they emerge days later, they discover a zombie plague has overrun a now-quarantined Los Angeles. Eisner award nominees Tony Moore (The Walking Dead) and Kieron Dwyer (Remains), return to the zombie genre with fan-favorite writer Rick Remender (Fear Agent) to illustrate these boogie nights of the living dead.
  • So, what is this story? Another zombie outbreak tale or an unapologetic send-up of the porn industry? The answer is...both, and it couldn't be better.

    This is a story that really knows how to mock the time period it's set in. You have the mob, set right in the age of The Godfather movies. All the black characters speak jive. Everyone's on coke. Everyone's looking to make the cash. And of course, even in the porn industry, and in the middle of a zombie outbreak, the sex show must go on. But who do you root for? Who's supposed to step in and be the hero? The mob? The drug addicts? The sleazy porn producers?

    Well, a hero does rise, and when you see him in action, you'll see scenes of the ultimate badassery.

    Everything in this story, just like the 70s themselves, is completely over the top. The creators knew exactly what they were mocking and they did their jobs with near-perfection. Even as terrible things are happening, with hot women being eaten alive, coke getting pounded up noses, and people getting shot, you can't stop yourself from laughing yourself silly.

    This is a must-have, plain and simple.

  • It was alright it made me laugh at parts but I felt like it was forgettable I thought it could have used the father more

  • Best described as BOOGIE NIGHTS MEETS DAWN OF THE DEAD, the four-issue mini-series XXXOMBIES delivers on the promise of its title. It's the summer of 1977 and a group of pornographers, sequestered away at a mansion in LA, are getting their latest skin flick in the can... blissfully unaware that an airline crash has unleashed a horrific zombie plague throughout the city. When the plague rears its ugly head in their midst all hell breaks loose as the smut peddlers and their cast of veterans and virgins fight to stay one step ahead of the zombies not to mention the mobsters looking to collect on an overdue loan to the brains of the production.

    Complicating matters is the single-minded, vigilante-like pursuit of the blonde starlet's pistol-packing, truck-driving father.

    Remender and Co. don't pull any punches with XXXOMBIES and fans of gore, smut and the walking dead will get a kick out of this fast-paced zombie yarn. There are a few moments that push the envelope waaaaaayyyy past anything that you could get away with on film and you'll want to keep your eyes peeled for the various thinly-veiled real-life characters that work their way into the story's background.