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Zombre

Zombre

The second Borderline Press release is a chillingly graphic collection of stories about the dead who walk... Featuring a host of creators – known and unknown – Zombre is 20 tales guaranteed to make your flesh crawl and keep your lights on at night (or maybe off, just in case the zombies see your lamp...)

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New From Borderline Press: ZOMBRE – an undead anthology

Published 9/27/2013 12:00:00 AM by Glenn Carter

NEW from Borderline Press in November 2013

 

ZOMBRE – an undead anthology

by Will Vigar (ed.) and various

The second Borderline Press release is a chillingly graphic collection of stories about the dead who walk... Featuring a host of creators – known and unknown – Zombre is over 15 tales guaranteed to make your flesh crawl and keep your lights on at night (or maybe off, just in case the zombies see your lamp...)

Encased in two mouth-watering covers by Tom Box, editor Will Vigar’s Zombre brings diverse talents together in one place. The list is formidable and features: Nathan Castle, Andrew Cheverton, Peter Clack, Gord Drynan, Jay Eales, Mal Earl, Ash Fielder, James Firkins, Kelvin Green, Sarah Hardy, Jamie Lewis, Nigel Lowrey, Andy Luke, Baden James Mellonie, David Metcalfe-Carr, Mitz, Michael Norwitz, Kieran O'Gorman, Nick O'Gorman, Krzystof Ostrowski, Phil Buckenham, Joanna Sanecka, Craig Sherbert, Matthew Smyth, Si Spencer, Adam Steel, Richard Whitaker, Kel Winser, Kim Winter, Dennis Wojda and Richard Worth.

Measurements: Royal 156mm x 234mm

Pages: approx 156
b&w interior/colour covers

£12.95 / €16.00 / $20.95

 

About Borderline Press

This is the second title from the new publishing house created by Phil Hall, the award-winning editor of the internationally revered Borderline Magazine and respected news and features editor in the 1990s for the magazine Comics International. The publisher’s intention is to produce high quality material from all over the world as well as producing their own material by 2015. Based in the comics industry’s spiritual British home of Northampton, Borderline Press aims to put quality first.

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