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Two survivors of a global catastrophe disguise themselves as corpses to survive in a land of the walking dead! From the mind of Mike Richardson, creator of 'The Mask' & 'The Secret', comes this frightening tale of Straw & Whip who have lived through a plague that's left the world with seven billion brain-hungry zombies. Two survivors of a global catastrophe disguise themselves as corpses to survive in a land of the walking dead! From the mind of Mike Richardson, creator of 'The Mask' & 'The Secret', comes this frightening tale of Straw & Whip who have lived through a plague that's left the world with seven billion brain-hungry zombies.


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Two survivors of a global catastrophe disguise themselves as corpses to survive in a land of the walking dead! From the mind of Mike Richardson, creator of 'The Mask' & 'The Secret', comes this frightening tale of Straw & Whip who have lived through a plague that's left the world with seven billion brain-hungry zombies. Two survivors of a global catastrophe disguise themselves as corpses to survive in a land of the walking dead! From the mind of Mike Richardson, creator of 'The Mask' & 'The Secret', comes this frightening tale of Straw & Whip who have lived through a plague that's left the world with seven billion brain-hungry zombies.

30 review for Living with the Dead

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alex Sarll

    The first page opens on a cityscape, where as we zoom in the streets aren't full of people and cars after all, just shambling forms. "A closer look reveals that this is not life. At least not as we know it." A newspaper flaps in the breeze down filthy streets, the headline: VIRUS DOOMS MANKIND! All it needs is more rubber gloves and sanitiser bottles amid the rubble to look just like scenes from a month or two back, so you can see why this was one of Dark Horse's plague freebies. Also, it's writt The first page opens on a cityscape, where as we zoom in the streets aren't full of people and cars after all, just shambling forms. "A closer look reveals that this is not life. At least not as we know it." A newspaper flaps in the breeze down filthy streets, the headline: VIRUS DOOMS MANKIND! All it needs is more rubber gloves and sanitiser bottles amid the rubble to look just like scenes from a month or two back, so you can see why this was one of Dark Horse's plague freebies. Also, it's written by the publisher, so he gets both to push his own work, and demonstrate that he's not asking anyone else to take a financial hit he wouldn't himself. And the art, by Ben Stenbeck, does a pretty good job of living up to the Richard Corben covers, which is no small thing. The story, though...I'm not sure you can call it a 'bromance' when it details a male friendship which is already pretty one-sided, bullying and toxic even before they meet an attractive woman and start stabbing each other in the back in an attempt to win her. I almost added a 'favours' to the end of that sentence, but no, they are treating her more as a prize to be won by strategy than a person who can make her own choice in the matter. And then it belatedly remembers it said it was going to be a bromance, so she instantly turns from badass cool girl into inept shrew in order for the guys to be able to bond instead and get shot of her in a scene which is ambiguous going on WTF. I could maybe overlook the unpleasantness of it all if it were at least funny enough, but it really wasn't, just lazy. Considerably more topical than likeable or creditable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alimpic Srdjan

    Duhovit strip o dvojici prijatelja koji uživaju u Zombi Apokalipsi tako što se pretvaraju da su i sami zombiji. Međutim, njihovi životi će postati pravi pakao kada sretnu još jednog preživelog - tačnije preživelu. Može li jedna devojka biti gora od Zombi Apokalipse? Sudeći po ovom stripu - može!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shandra

    You ever pick up a book, read a few pages, get interested, and then feel compelled to finish it because you touched it? Yeah, that was this one. It caught my eye, and the art is good, but as I read on, I realized that it was not really my cup of tea... but I had to see how it ended. I'm giving it two stars mainly because of the art. The story is pretty tired and sexist, though it didn't turn into "Of Mice and Men" as I half expected, and sacrifice the less intelligent, big guy, so there's that.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Bunge

    Cute, harmless one-shot graphic novel. Reminded me very much of "Clerks" in the humor and drawing style. Two slacker guys living in a post-zombie apocalypse city make do, amusing themselves between supply runs. Happen to find a survivor chick in the mall. Can you smell love triangle? I really love the 'dress up like a zombie and say "brains" a lot to fool the zombies.' Haven't seen that work outside of "Shaun of the Dead."

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gayle Francis Moffet

    I feel like this was ordered at a deli counter. "Yes, I'd like, oh, a hundredish pages of zombie comic with a teeny bit of spice, but sliced super thin for plot. And could it be seasoned with some tired ass tropes about dudes dick swinging any time a girl shows up and the "I hate guns" bullshit? Oh, and if the girl could fridge herself at the end as part of a final punchline?" "Here you are." "Great. Now, where's a trashcan I can toss this so no one else can find it?"

  6. 4 out of 5

    Trevor

    This one's just for fun 'n' laughs - a couple of buds are the lone men left after the zombie apocalypse and are adapting rather well. They eat, drink, and rock out! Amigos! Pals, that is, until these two bros meet "Betty". She just happens to be the last woman alive, and a bit more stressful to deal with than the hordes of hungry undead roaming the city.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Robert Bussie

    This is a Bros before Hoes story set in the zombie apocalypse. Two guys, Straw and Whip, are the lone survivors in a city over run by zombies. They get along and argue and work things out like frat boys. Life is going well until a woman, Betty, enters their world of bromance. This is a strong chick who has no problem taking care of herself. However, as the saying goes: two is company and three is a crowd. So, the guys start arguing and sabotaging each other trying to win the affections of this l This is a Bros before Hoes story set in the zombie apocalypse. Two guys, Straw and Whip, are the lone survivors in a city over run by zombies. They get along and argue and work things out like frat boys. Life is going well until a woman, Betty, enters their world of bromance. This is a strong chick who has no problem taking care of herself. However, as the saying goes: two is company and three is a crowd. So, the guys start arguing and sabotaging each other trying to win the affections of this lady. This is where the story could have been great, instead it is just average. This book could have been a set up of classic slap stick and situation comedies with gender jokes and zombies. Instead, the story is bare bones thin and the likability of the two guys quickly diminishes as the competition for Betty almost gets one of the guys killed by zombies. At the end of the story the bromance returns, but it is too little too late. Betty could have been a cool character as a no nonsense woman balancing the flirting of the guys while surviving the zombies. It could have been funny to see her balance her girly side with her tough zombie killing side. Instead, she is not likable at all. The art work and colors are simple with a touch of a cartoony art style that works well with the light-hearted premise of the story. This story is a quick read that could have been much more. If you enjoyed this book and are looking for a much better story this is a fun and odd zombie comedy I recommend reading "I Survived The Zombie Apocalypse and All I Got Was This Podcast" by Chris W. Freeman.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Theaker

    Two blokey blokes who survived the zombie apocalypse find their friendship tested when they encounter an attractive and boisterous woman. Quite entertaining but I wasn't sure what to make of the ending.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Arjun Rajkumar

    Pretty good miniseries. I feel there is enough there to build up the storyline. a quick and breezy read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sean Guynes

    I was drawn in by the Corben art, but I'd rather have had zombies eat me.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Matti Karjalainen

    Mike Richardsonin ja Ben Stenbeckin "Living with the Dead" (Dark Horse, 2008) kertoo kahdesta miehestä, jotka ainoina eloonjääneinä kansoittavat zombiruton saastuttamaa suurkaupunkia. Kaverusten ystävyyssuhde alkaa kuitenkin rakoilla, kun kuvioihin astuu yllättäen kolmaskin henkiinjäänyt, nuori ja kaunis nainen. Loppuratkaisu olisi voinut olla parempi, mutta ihan pikkukiva kauhutarina tämä on, kaikkine humoristisine elementteineen.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bogdan

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  13. 5 out of 5

    Mary Stapleton

  14. 4 out of 5

    Reetta Saine

  15. 4 out of 5

    Craig Thomson

  16. 5 out of 5

    Thim Sagefjord

  17. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Ingram

  18. 4 out of 5

    Diego Sieiro

  19. 4 out of 5

    Dan

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lance Eaton

  21. 5 out of 5

    Beth

  22. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

  23. 4 out of 5

    Davidg

  24. 5 out of 5

    Caglar Rot

  25. 4 out of 5

    Øyvind Holen

  26. 5 out of 5

    Muhtesem Onder

  27. 4 out of 5

    Holly

  28. 5 out of 5

    Philip

  29. 4 out of 5

    C.S. Daley

  30. 5 out of 5

    Adam

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