Read iZombie comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Gwen Dylan is a gravedigger in an eco-friendly cemetery--and a zombie detective. Once a month, she has to eat a human brain, and as a result, Gwen's mind is. uVampire (iZombie) [Chris Roberson, Michael Allred] on echecs16.info and Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War II, and the comic book series Cinderella: From Fabletown More to Explore See sample pages from iZombie Vol. 2: uVampire. [ PDF].
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The administrator of this site (echecs16.info) cannot be held responsible for what its users post, or any other actions of its users. You may not use this site to. iZOMBIE is a comic book series created by writer Chris Roberson and Michael Allred, published by DC Comics's Vertigo imprint beginning in. iZombie #1 - 28 + TPB Vol. 1 - 4 () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. Download FREE DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse.
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Will it improve? There's always hope, right? And it is fairly early, as far as such things go. The art is probably a love it or hate it kind of thing. I don't think that anyone will be able to question that Michael Allred's pencils are fantastic. Take a look at the bonus sketches at the back of the issue to see just how much depth there is in his work.
It's the coloring, by Laura Allred, that people will disagree about. I love the vaguely pop art look it gives the series, kind of like Hanna-Barbera cartoons or Archie. I think it suits the tone of the book, it gives it a unique look, and it's just plain cool.
But I couldn't argue with somebody who hates it.
I'm definitely having enough fun with this series to read the other three volumes, and I'm hopeful that some of the less than fabulous aspects can be ironed out with time. View 1 comment. May 28, Cathy cathepsut rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really like the artwork. No, I love it. The further I got into this, the more I liked it. I could just stop myself from getting the next volume, while I was still reading this one. On top of tha I really like the artwork. On top of that there is a good plot with a decent set-up, excellent humour and nice world building somewhere in the middle.
I was sucked into the story right away. And I want to continue so much. But first I need to read a ton of other comics I joined up at comiXology. I am so doomed! Who mentioned this website anyway? You are fired! Did I mention that I really like the artwork? View all 3 comments.
Jul 09, Erica rated it really liked it Shelves: For some reason, people often assume I loooove zombies. I don't.
I hate them. I think they're stupid. I'm not a fan of The Walking Dead, Compendium 1 , I've never liked shamblers, plus, zombies are booooring. And yet, I am always given zombie-related things. I own zombie movies, I have zombie-themed shirts, people post zombie jokes on my FB wall.
But I hate zombies. Then these books came across my desk - I've got right here next to me. I've flipped through the first one an For some reason, people often assume I loooove zombies. I've flipped through the first one and I see the writing is pretty not-good but here's the thing: Gwen, the zombie, she's not stupid. She doesn't shamble along with rotty bits falling off and while none of that is enough to make me care about this one way or another, here's what is: Gwen looks like Debbie Harry.
Based on absolutely nothing at all, I have loved Debbie Harry actually, I think I have loved her look, as I know relatively little about her since I was probably six years old.
Anything Debbie Harry tugs on the sentimental string of my heart so now I want to read these books, poorly-written, tritely-illustrated I'm getting so tired of perfect bodies on everyone, everywhere.
So not representative of the world as it may be. July I read this last night because all my other books are pissing me off and I thought I needed something light and quick and these were sitting there so I read this volume right then and there. It's cute, I like it. It's light-hearted and fun and while it has its problems trying too hard to hit the diversity mark, trying too hard to make each female character Very. And come on - all the women except for Dixie The Old Waitress has a perfect body.
Granted, we're not talking superhero-like physiques with the massive boobs, the tiny waists, boy-like hips, and the athletic legs, but still - they're all perfectly-shaped women and I'm growing to hate that so much. I don't even know why; it's just become tiresome , it's enjoyable.
It reminds me a little bit of old Scooby Doo, actually. View 2 comments. Dec 05, Tanja Voosen rated it really liked it. Das war aber absolut nicht schlecht, denn mir gefiel die Story um Gwen in der Serie Liv wirklich sehr, sehr gut. So gibt es im Setting alle Wesen, die einem so spontan einfallen und Gwen hat als beste Freunde auch ein Werwesen und einen Geist.
Jan 28, Chelsea rated it liked it. Perhaps unfairly, I compared this to the CW show the whole time and I couldn't help but prefer what they did with the characters.
It's an interesting plot with an interesting host of characters and I did enjoy the art. Feb 12, Yodamom rated it really liked it Shelves: Interesting characters, promising storyline.
There was a nice mix of monsters with a twist that could lead to fun times in monster town. Oct 21, BooksTwins rated it liked it. View all 4 comments.
May 16, Rick rated it really liked it Shelves: In an era littered with countless zombie stories, mostly mediocre to terrible, Roberson and Allred successfully morph the tired undead concept into a superior 21st century slacker neo-gothic.
Eugene, OR grave digger Gwen Dylan lives a most unusual existence. Her closest friends include a ghost and a were-terrier. Her recent crush hunts monsters for a centuries-old secret society. Beautiful, bitchy vampires threaten Eugene. And to top it off, Gwen must eat a fresh brain at least once a month or b In an era littered with countless zombie stories, mostly mediocre to terrible, Roberson and Allred successfully morph the tired undead concept into a superior 21st century slacker neo-gothic.
And to top it off, Gwen must eat a fresh brain at least once a month or become a shambling monster straight out of a Romero flick. After consuming a brain, Gwen acquires the deceased's lifetime of memories. Her most recent meal, a victim of foul play, haunts Gwen until she finds his killer. Beautifully rendered by the popular Allred, his unusual stylings lend the perfect off-kilter vision required for this oddball concept. The acclaimed Roberson, author of over a dozen prose books and several comic book series including Superman , Cinderella: The Balance Lost , delivers some of his finest and creative comic work to date.
The unpredictable and excellent iZombie: Dead to the World deftly recycles and collects over-used ideas into a superior and wholly original graphic novel. Jun 27, Skip rated it it was ok Recommended to Skip by: The basic story here is her trying to bring a murderer to justice. She has an interesting group of sidekicks, including a were-critter terrier and a ghost, and has to interact with monster-hunters and vampires.
There is an interesting existential discussion of undersouls appetites and emotions and oversouls memories and personalities , where various combinations result in ghosts, poltergeists, vampires, or zombies. Sadly, there is less action than dialogue, saved in part by a good twist at the end and excellent artwork. View all 6 comments. I thought it might not like how this differs from the show but I was very wrong.
It has a very 'Ugly Americans' feel with the creatures that exist and there's some witty banter of course I love. All in all a really good solid start to the series.
Well, that was a damned interesting comic book lol I love the fact it's very female heavy which you find lacking at times in comics. I made the mistake of watching the show first and it's very much different from the show!
We have vampires and were creatures in the comic and so far I've only seen the zombie like folks. We know what Gwen is in the comics, and in the show they don't really give it a name they blame a drug for it. Which I get it, it's the whole don't do drugs kids or you'll turn in Well, that was a damned interesting comic book lol I love the fact it's very female heavy which you find lacking at times in comics.
Which I get it, it's the whole don't do drugs kids or you'll turn into a brain eating zombie lol I'll be continuing this series because it's very interesting! Jan 31, Kim rated it it was amazing Shelves: The artist is freakin amazing! Love the storyline. Gwen who is a zombie is a badass character. Love her. Love her best friend who happens to be a ghost. Got a bunch of hot bitchy vampires. And hunters who are out to kill all the undead. Ya this comic rocks. Nov 08, Misty rated it liked it Shelves: The first volume struggled a bit to find its footing, and then end struggled to stay there, but there are some interesting moments in the art and a solid backstory to explain the WHY of everything, which you don't always get in supernatural stories.
There's a convenience to some things that didn't sit well with me, and I wish [Review for the entire series] Though nothing like the show which is better, let's be real , this is a fun world with mostly interesting -- if derivative -- characters. Oh, and sidenote: Everybody has braless torpedo boobs in this, I just.
Aug 03, Samrat rated it liked it Shelves: Um, yeah, I didn't see much of a Buffy parallel here, unless you mean screen time taken away from her inner thoughts and processing of events and emotions to give us more shots of her boobs. Her boobs were quite prominent. There's this one scene where she takes off her jacket, you know, halfway, so that she can hold it around her body, emphasizing her boobs, but not until she goes outside.
And that other scene where it takes her five panels to put on her shirt. I don't know why I got so fixated Um, yeah, I didn't see much of a Buffy parallel here, unless you mean screen time taken away from her inner thoughts and processing of events and emotions to give us more shots of her boobs. I don't know why I got so fixated on the boobs, but once I did And they're like always held at funny angles too and sometimes the characters twist around a bunch so you get the boobs-and-butt poses or they'll be floating around like little balls of helium she's got stuffed into her shirt.
All of the ladies, even Dixie, have some weird, gravity-defying, ever-shifting boobs. They totally make bras for that. Wait, I'm sure there was non-boob related content in this thing I think they introduced some cool back stories. I like the soul divided explanation for different supernaturals.
It's hard to judge where the story goes from here though While I'm very interested in zombie POVs seriously, shout out for recommendations , this was only kind of superficially that. I did chuckle at a few of the one-liners. It didn't seem very authentically Eugene, either - no hippies, no hipsters, but paintball, diners, and wrestling mags - not that you can't be into wrestling but there were so few details, so it struck me as kind of incongruous that there'd be more wrestling magazines than hipsters in Eugene.
In Eugene. There was that one eco-friendly graveyard, though. That seems like a Pacific NW thing. The background art, signage, and clothing design all seemed pretty boring and generic, lacking in the vivid detail of my favorite graphic novels.
Are these supposed to be related? Is that going to be a big reveal later that Dixie the diner lady is Dixie the action girl? And Dixie Mason Again, when details were even included, they seemed This wasn't as meticulous and inspired as the single-artist-single-vision graphic novels I love best. They've established some interesting directions to take the characters, but it hasn't been very genre-expanding or creative for me yet.
Did you hear they've got socially awkward dudes, including an Indian and a fat guy, working in I. Crazy kiddos! What will they do next? And we've already established that I have no love for the boobs art View all 9 comments.
Apr 25, Keith rated it it was ok. I feel like a loser only reading this after the show has come out, but for some reason I had no idea Allred was doing the interiors and so I'd skipped over it.
Finally wandered back to it after coming across an iZombie short story in an old issue of House of Mystery , so now here I am, reading it after it's already a TV show like some kind of newb. Anyway, I guess it's an okay book? It's more gimmick than really anything else, as there's no explanation for why all the characters are monsters other I feel like a loser only reading this after the show has come out, but for some reason I had no idea Allred was doing the interiors and so I'd skipped over it.
It's more gimmick than really anything else, as there's no explanation for why all the characters are monsters other than it's sort of funny, not ha-ha funny, just like funny because you know, monsters.
I'm pretty sure that's all there is to it. There's one extremely weird-o chapter here about the concepts of "oversouls" and "undersouls" to explain the relationhip between different kinds of monsters, which I'd never heard before and was just faux-parapsych enough for me to at least crack a grin at the hint of bizarro. She was replaced by Molly Hagan. After finding no evidence of misconduct transpiring on the set, it was announced he would be remaining on the series. CW president Mark Pedowitz stated "When the past allegations came up, we were about two thirds of the way on the shooting schedule.
The studio did an investigation. They did one investigation. The studio did a second investigation. Unfortunately, once she chows down on their braaaaains Gwen get stuck with that person's memories for a while. And the last guy she ate was done in by a serial killer. Gwen the Avenging Zombie! With the help of her BFF the ghost and a Were-Terrier who has a crush on her, she sets out to find out what happened to the nice man that she ate. But that's not all! There's also a group of hot vampire chicks that run a late-nite paintball service, and a smexy monster hunter who thinks Gwen is awfully sweet.
Does he not notice that she's got a blue tinge to her skin? How does a Monster Hunter miss that little tidbit, I wonder? I just roll with that shit, baby!
So the fem-vamps inadvertently attracted the attention of this ancient group of Hunters. These gals as a whole seem pretty benign, because they only take little sips of of their paint-balling clients. And really, if someone deserves to bleed, it's grown men shooting themselves with paint