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Art is alive. It has a soul. It breathes as it speaks and provokes. And sometimes it freaks out, escapes from its frame, and tears through lower Manhattan on a vodka-and-red-bull...
Kennedy, leader of the Dead Presidents, is in the spotlight as we travel back to the 1970s, when she was new to life as an undead secret agent. Investigating some weird business surrounding a rock band takes an unexpected turn – revealing secrets that will have serious repercussions in the present day for our zombie heroine, Gwen.
Things in Eugene, Oregon, are about to get crazy! Who is Gwen's mysterious rescuer? Why is Spot tied up in a basement? What plans are Ellie the ghost girl and Claire the vampire making in Dixie's diner, and can Frankenteen figure out how to use a public restroom in time? And just what have Dixie and Gramps the chimp been doing in Spot's apartment? Look for all the answers in "Repossession" part 4!
How are the people of Eugene dealing with the fallout of the recent zombie invasion? In this issue, we catch up with ghost girl Ellie and her new friend, Frankenteen.
Once upon a time, Gwen's biggest concerns were finding a brain to snack on and worrying whether her boyfriend would find out she was a zombie. Now, with undead secret agents and monster hunters teaming up to stop a mad scientist from bringing about the end of the world, and her friends stuck right in the middle of it, Gwen has bigger problems on her hands. But can a girl help save the world without losing everything in the world she loves?
In the aftermath of the zombie invasion and major heartbreaks, Gwen is hiding out in her crypt until the heat dies down. But Galatea and Dr. Coffee are determined to give the town of Eugene more to worry about – and the only one standing in the way of their evil scheme is Amon, the dashing, deadly mummy.
The fallout of a zombie apocalypse in Eugene Oregon is nothing compared to who's coming out of the closet in part one of "Repossessed," a new 5-part storyline. It's the perfect time to try the Eisner-nominated title that media savant and author Douglas Rushkoff says, "iZOMBIE breathes new life and unprecedented sexiness into a genre too often mistakenly left for dead. This is the one comic I am reading through the apocalypse."