The Rage Volume 1: Zombie Generation by Pierre BoisserieThe Rage Volume 1: Zombie Generation by Pierre Boisserie

The Rage Volume 1: Zombie Generation

byPierre BoisserieIllustratorMalo Kerfriden

Hardcover | October 7, 2014

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A disturbing and controversial new take on the zombie genre!

A new pandemic virus, a mutated form of rabies, spreads throughout the world. It affects only children, turning them into mindless, violent killers, hungry for blood. Now humanity faces an impossible choice: kill every child - or face extinction...
Pierre Boisserie is an acclaimed comics writer. He's worked with such artists as Eric Stalner (Voyageur series), Frederick Ploquin and Philippe Guillaume.Malo Kerfriden is a comics artist, best known for his work on the Quarterback series, with writer David Chauvel, the KGB series, and the thriller series Traffic.
Title:The Rage Volume 1: Zombie GenerationFormat:HardcoverDimensions:48 pages, 11.18 × 8.36 × 0.33 inPublished:October 7, 2014Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1782760873

ISBN - 13:9781782760870

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Editorial Reviews

“Kerfriden’s art is superb...a distinctive next step forward for thezombie genre.” - THE COMICS BEAT"The story is original, and the artwork is GORE-Geous. 4.5 out of 5" - Comic Related"Immediately hooked me" - Comic Spectrum"In the vein of 28 Days Later." - Fanboy Comics"A mixture of CHILDREN OF THE CORN and 30 DAYS LATER. 9 out 10!" - Comic Wow!"an interesting take on the overdone zombie setting" - Geek-o-rama"Refreshingly different." - Shadow Locked"a story that makes me love the zombie genre all over again." - Bag And Bored"a great first up introduction setting up the story nicely and definitely leaving you wanting more and it even ends on a great cliffhanger" - Haddonfield Horror"The ‘children as zombies’ hook offers up some terrific moral quandaries and dilemmas (mandatory contraception, for one), and the inspired decision to have some of the children actually outgrowing the virus gives the book some real legs moving forwards." - Big Comic Page