Comic Review: DCeased #2 (DC Comics)

Pardon me, but DCeased is not about zombies. Goodness no, it is not a zombie book. Instead, according to Batman, these are the ‘anti-living. They are stealing life.’ It’s DCeased […]

Pardon me, but DCeased is not about zombies. Goodness no, it is not a zombie book. Instead, according to Batman, these are the ‘anti-living. They are stealing life.’

It’s DCeased issue 2, from DC.

Writer Tom Taylor, penciller Trevor Hairsine, inker Stefano Gaudiano, and colourist Rain Beredo bring us the horror of the anti-living! Don’t answer your smartphone! Stay off the internet! It’s crazed, it’s infectious and it’s insidious. The virus is spreading fast via technology, and our heroes and villains are trying to cope.

This is a horror book with superheroes around, or is it the other way around? Anyway, don’t stick around, for it’s bound to take your life, there’s an anti-living on the rise!
Terse dialogue, stressful scenes with plenty of spooky suspense. Illustrated and coloured in a vividly creepy fashion. Great bedtime reading!

DC DCeased #2, $3.99 for 22 pages of content. Rated Teen +

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