Short story – Zombie Incidents
It’s dark. You can feel the presence of something reeking of death. Then there are more of them. You look around and find that you are surrounded by zombies that want to devour you. This is the world of Flesh and Leftovers, where tales of zombie incidents will make your skin crawl. Ten short stories are illustrated by nine amazing artists in this graphic spinoff of “Flesh And Leftovers” the novel. Author Rick Pipito has expanded his stories to an audience of artists to bring his zombie apocalypse to life (or unlife).
*** Update. This is now available as a text short story. The comic is currently limited, but the short can be found at Lulu.com in print or with the Eden’s Order Trilogy extras on Amazon in digital form
ARTIST AND STORY INFO:
Joe Parisi puts crayon to use in “Dangerous Youth.” When two parents argue over what to do about their zombified children, things get ugly.
Phillip Allie takes the town of Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania into a digital medium. “Ready Or Not” is about a man who is prepared for the worst, but doesn’t realize what the worst is until it comes knocking on his door.
Asher Humm, a born comic book artist, tells the story “Medicine Man,” about a voodoo master that becomes one of his own creations.
Tiff Pugliese illustrates “The Dead Wars.” In medieval times humans must make the ultimate sacrifice to defeat the hordes of undead.
Vince Pipito brings a psychedelic form of art to “Dreaming The Stranger.” Is what the character seeing just a bad trip, or is it part of a much larger plot?
TJB uses an anime style art in “Demons Of The Abyss.” Long before humans were able to fend for themselves, four gods were placed in an apocalyptic tablet. Only time will tell what would happen when they escape.
Dan Pipito, sCrypt Comics co-founder, brings two stories to life. After some of the events in Flesh and Leftovers the novel, a detective investigates clues leading to a zombified circus in “Just Another Freak.” Then in “Old Habits Die Hard” a cannibal tries to blend in with society, but can’t fight the urges with which he is so familiar.
Leanne Wiedmeyer uses pencil to tell the story of a church where people have taken refuge. When the undead infiltrate the safehouse panic ensues in “Absolution.”
Fred Loeffler takes on “New Species.” NASA has brought something back from their latest mission, but when it unleashes a deadly parasite, those infected crave flesh.
Rick Pipito wrote all the above stories, based on characters and events in his novel “Flesh And Leftovers.” Get the original novel now at www.lulu.com as a companion to this talent filled graphic novel (available at the links above).
Flesh & Leftovers: Zombie Incidents TM and © 2010 Rick Pipito. All rights reserved.
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