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by Chris Ryall

Complete Zombies Vs. Robots download ebook
ISBN:
1600103286
ISBN13:
978-1600103285
Author:
Chris Ryall
Publisher:
IDW Publishing (August 19, 2008)
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Pages:
160 pages
ePUB:
1902 kb
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1332 kb
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azw mbr docx lit
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Graphic Novels
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Rating:
4.4

Chris Ryall is the Chief Creative Officer at IDW Publishing and the co-creator of Zombies vs Robots with Ashley Wood

Chris Ryall is the Chief Creative Officer at IDW Publishing and the co-creator of Zombies vs Robots with Ashley Wood. Ryall has also co-created and written Groom Lake, The Colonized, The Hollows, and Onyx, and has also written adaptations of stories by Stephen King, Clive Barker, and Richard Matheson.

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Read the comic books Complete Zombies Vs. Robots online on Bookmate. Complete Zombies Vs. It started with a simple idea - mindless robots fighting rabid zombies, over the fate of the last living human baby.

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It started with a simple idea — mindless robots fighting rabid zombies, over the fate of the last living human baby. Then the war spread, and now it's a three-way rumble as an island of surviving Amazons get tossed into the mix! Collecting the entire Zombies vs. Robots and Zombies vs. Robots vs. Amazons series in one volume — including three prequel tales — this book allows you to get your fix of the two sold-out mini-series adventures in inanity.For readers who enjoyed;THE WALKING DEAD VOLUME 1 9781582406725MARVEL ZOMBIES 9780785122777THE ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE: RECORDED ATTACKS 9780307405777WORLD WAR ROBOT 9781600106491
Reviews:
  • WUNDERKIND
o.K. folks I might be a bit behind the times when it come to Ashley Wood's illustrations and Chris Ryall's work BUT the complete Zombies Vs. Robots is the BEST "comic" I've seen in the last 10 or 15 years . . . i d oN'T like zombies and/or vampire crap so this Kindle comik was a first . . . I wish more of the Marvel stuff paid less attention to color and would just get down to producing GOOD drawings . . . stop cluttering up the panels . . . oh, and tell me a story without having to continue it through 20 or 30 issues.

Stop collecting Stan Lee's crap and get this Kindle comik or buy the hard copy version if you gotta hold something while you read.

p.s. I also bought Ashley Wood's book of nudes . . .
  • Naktilar
Great story, lots of amazing art, and printed on super thick gloss paper. Strong binding, and good size to hold while reading. Can't go wrong for the price. you get the whole collection, plus some extra pages added for this book.
  • Cesar
One evening, I was stumbling around the interweb and came across Australian artist Ashely Wood's website. His paintings and pen and ink work drew me in right away, with their distinctive treatment of nerd/cool stuff like, well, zombies and robots. Like a lot of my friends, I'm generally fans of both (although not to the extent of getting them tattooed on myself, like some people I know...) -- so the concept of the two facing off in a battle for world domination seemed well worth picking up.

I'm not clear what configuration the original series appeared in, but this edition starts with a three part backstory addressing "Which Came First?" -- the zombies or the robots. The gist of it is that some U.S. government scientists built a kind of time-travel/alternate dimension portal, the use of which resulted in a zombie virus coming back to infect earth. Then comes the two-part Zombies vs. Robots storyline. As the global population is wiped out, the robots find the one uninfected baby and aim to clone it to resurrect their human masters (shades of Y: The Last Man). Alas, the hive intelligence of the zombies has detected the last fresh brain on earth, and it's a battle royale as they seek to break through the robot army to get to it. It's a simple story, but well told, with a good dose of deadpan robot humor. This ends with the last remaining robot "rebooting" the world by launching a nuclear armageddon to wipe out all zombie life. Except that there's this one island of uninfected Amazons... Which introduces the three part Zombies vs. Robots vs. Amazons. Things get zanier and zanier, what with the Amazon orgies, kung fu, beheadings, and the undead minotaur and all... Good times.

The artwork is very loose and expressive, sometimes almost too much so. Traditional sequential framing is generally absent, or only hinted at, as Wood lets loose on the page. He shifts between ink, watercolor washes, tints, ragged zip-a-tones, and even acrylics from scene to scene, and sometimes within. His zombies are lanky, bestial creatures with nary a remnant of their humanity; his robots are blocky dudes with attitude, and his Amazons are lithe, long-limbed, scantily-clad eye candy. It's geek culture meets fine art -- and for anyone who spent their formative years watching bad '70s and '80s horror and sci-fi flicks, it will strike a chord.

Note: The cover of my edition is different from that on the Amazon page.
  • Ohatollia
Fantastic yarn about Zombies, Robots, and Amazons. IF you like any of those things, pick up this book and read it!
  • Xarcondre
So good! Big fan A. Wood's art and this is an amazing showcase for it. The writing is snarky, funny and insightful at the same time. It's robots fighting zombies... what's not to love.
  • Wat!?
Fully entertaining. I'd love it if my friends would return it. I'd like to read it again.
  • Bolv
While I had a great time reading this, I feel that the average comic book reader may not appreciate the somewhat non-linear story telling and rough sketch-y art form that have become synonymous with Ashley Wood's works. If you are familiar with his work you probably know what I mean. I believe a good primer for people interested in his work is probably World War Robot.
It one of the most fun read I had in a long time.
Story was out of this world only thing I didn't like was it was shorter then
I wanted to be.