A title about a parallel universe full of zombified super-heroes crosses over with a universe-hopping expanded history of a cult horror hero. This book doesn’t waste a lot of time filling the reader in on the background story, and for once, that’s fine. Let’s face it, nobody’s buying this title who isn’ competently versed in either property. Army’s protagonist Ash bops into the Marvel Universe to stop the rise of the Deadites, right before the whole place goes down the tubes anyway owing to some zombie goodness spread by The Sentry. It’s “historical” fiction for the events of Marvel Zombies, so it dodges a lot of action to fill in the gaps, but it’s geeky fun regardless, thanks to John Layman, artist Fabiano Neves and strong colors by June Chung.
— Brendan McGinley
Collects Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness #1–5
Schrijver: John Layman
Tekenaar: Fabiano Neves, Fernando Blanco, Sean Phillips