XXXombies #1

8

Great

These Porn stars won’t have as much fun when this virus is transmitted.

It’s the mid 70’s and the sex industry is booming, on a shoot in the Hollywood hills a cast of a low budget porno are about to find out that trying to make a living will end up being the death of them.

When a passenger dies on a plane to L.A he reanimates and attacks other passengers and causes the plane to crash in the Hollywood hills and the Zombie apocalypse begins.

This surprised me to no end, I wasn’t expecting much, in fact i was expecting nothing but nudity and gore yet was pleasantly surprised that there is actually a decant story going on too. It has its fair share of funny moments along with the brutal gore of human flesh being consumed,  it also has a few Characters that are likeable and some that you cant wait to see die. Aside from the Zombies there is also a mobster story thats taking place as the producer of the porn shoot (pardon the pun) owes the wrong man money, with goons are their way the cast will soon have to survive the dead and the living.

The art fits well with the grungy story, its not too serious as with the story it has its fun with what’s going on. The cover is great, a decaying Zombie with a headshot tells you only half of what you’re in for.

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8

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