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This is your chance to legally double dip and score a double dose of one-liners and insanity! In Jesus Goes to School, witness the 31st coming of Jesus and the return of the abomination that is Ms. Tiedman. Lightning, locusts, frogs, and a wonderful lemon butter recipe with a dash of blasphemy …ask and ye shall receive! Can Jesus Christ survive public school long enough to pass judgment? In the Really Really Evil Machine, follow the adventures of Max, Kindergoth’s new nemesis and first openly Asian character, as he tries to complete his REALLY REALLY EVIL MACHINE. How will Max accomplish his plans of world domination using refuse from a frat house kegger, a toilet plunger and a tuber? What could possibly go wrong? Both stories for less money than you spend at Starbucks!
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The anthology of the Undead continues with Three new tales of zombie carnage. In "Creature Comforts" by Craig Wilson, a cat lady's feline friends develop a taste for the flesh. David Zuzelo and Billy George bring us The Undead Templars a tale called "Ascension of the Blind Dead". In "Arena" ,by Frank Forte and J.C. Wong, we travel to an apocalyptic future where cyborg zombies are forced to compete in a game of death. Plus pin-ups by Doug Wllliams Ben Olson and Jason Paulos.Asylum Press brings you a giant flesh rotting collection of all-new zombie tales. Featuring an international cast of artistic talent. Frank Forte writes and illustrates "Beheaded" where a lone survivor of a zombie outbreak stalks the bayou for "cerebral souvenirs", but his obsession gets the best of him. In Feast , by Royal McGraw and Adauto Silva, a gangster's taste for an undead delicacy becomes his end. In Hate, by Doug Williams, a zombie must confront what he's become. Pin-ups by David Hartman, and Doug Williams. Cover by Aly Fell.
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49 pages! What if you knew you'd die tomorrow? What would you do with your last few hours on Earth? Spend them with family and friends? Spend them settling old scores? Or spend them trying to change the world in some small but significant way? The Flare's death is rapidly approaching. He's breaking down, both physically and emotionally, and he's got desperate choices to make. See the final moments that prove what a hero could - and should - be, in the stunning, concluding chapter of MELTDOWN.
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49 pages! A hero on the verge of burning out. Literally. The Flare, a dying super-hero with a chip on his shoulder, attempts to set his life in order. In doing so, he comes to understand the number of lives that he touched, the number of people that look up to him, and that he was, in fact, much more of a hero than he ever dreamed himself to be.
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