Fight The Zombie War of 1812 in the Summer Edition of Indie Comics Magazine

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1812a - Fight The Zombie War of 1812 in the Summer Edition of Indie Comics MagazineLooking for some warm weather reading? Then look no further than Indie Comics Magazine’s Summer Issue, which will include Joe Sergi’s The Zombie War of 1812 along with seven other complete stories.

It’s the American Revolution. General Harrison’s Brigade has joined with British forces to battle an unexpected force: undead soldiers gather near Lexington.

From the Press Release:
Writer Joe Sergi is a newcomer but no stranger to critical acclaim. Sergi’s first novel, Sky Girl and the Superheroic Legacy, was released from iEnovel in 2010. That same year Joe received the Haller Award for Best Writer from the Comic Book Artist Guild at New York Comic Con. He was selected as a semi-finalist in the Who Wants to Create a Superheroine contest sponsored by the Shadowline Imprint of Image Comics. Sergi writes short stories and articles in the horror, science fiction, and superhero genres. For comics he has written romance, superhero, science fiction, and horror tales.

Artist Marc Jameson mixes the known with the unexpected, presenting zombies in uniform and combining a clean inked line with chaotic page layouts.

Other creators featured in the issue include Star Trek book writer Frederick Kim, Norwegian Glenn Møane, and Australia’s Paul Bradford. The cover painting is by Image and Disney illustrator Terry Pavlet.

Indie Comics Magazine is 64 pages of the best story and art from today’s independent comic book creators. No huge overprint, no digital version, no back issue sales, June’s Previews under Aazurn Publishing is the ONLY way comic readers can get Indie Comics Magazine’s Summer Issue! For more info visit Indie Comics Magazine online.

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