Publisher: Big Things Production
Writer: Jave Galt-Miller
Artist: Wayne A. Brown
Color: Raymond “Monds” Agustin
Letterer: Shawn Depasquale
The Zombie craze has been going on for a few years and people are trying to come up with a different take on the genre. Here is one that is out of left field.
Lesbian Zombies from Outerspace is that different take. Taking two things that guys love (also some woman) Jave Galt-Miller has mixed these two things into a humorous story that gives the reader a feel of a 1950’s drive in movie. You really have to not take this book seriously. It is meant to be a fun ride. The dialogue is adult with some nudity but nothing explicit.
Ace the lead in our story works in a video store that is going out of business. Ace is more concerned with watching the porn then working. On this day Ace gets a call from his best friend saying that he has finally talk his girlfriend into a 3-way. The story then moves onto a couple of lesbian out in a field playing when a meteoroid crashes to earth. They of course have to investigate and find a woman in the crater.
Ace has convince this friend, Ellis to let him film that 3-way and from here is when the zombie part of the book really starts. Lets just say if you are a man hang on to your sausage.
The zombie event here from a out side threat then one created by man. The woman are not dead but transformed into man eaters. Maybe feminism gone extreme?
Jave writes a very easy to read story here. The dialogue at times feels real then jumps to the B-movie feel. The art my Wayne A. Brown is sometimes a little clunky but also spot on as in the panel where Ace is begging his friend Ellis to let him video tape the action. How many of use would do that?
I don’t what to give to much away of this book. If I did then no reason for you to read it , right?
Overall I did have fun reading this book. To me that is a big plus. So many books today are to serious and we need a book to be just fun to read.
So in the end I give Lesbian Zombies from Outerspace 3.75 pops out of 5.
Remember comics are to be enjoyed. Not destroyed.
John G M Burke