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THE HORROR SMASH HIT LIVES AGAIN! When Galactus' corpse appears at the edge of Earth's solar system, the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four investigate. Too late, they discover that Galactus' body is now the vessel of an interstellar terror, which one by one transforms Earth's Mightiest Heroes into the universe's most terrifying predators! As our heroes try to escape the s THE HORROR SMASH HIT LIVES AGAIN! When Galactus' corpse appears at the edge of Earth's solar system, the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four investigate. Too late, they discover that Galactus' body is now the vessel of an interstellar terror, which one by one transforms Earth's Mightiest Heroes into the universe's most terrifying predators! As our heroes try to escape the super powered, cannibalistic aberrations that were once their friends and family, will any survive? And even if they do, can they hope to protect Earth from the infestation that has already claimed half of the known universe? COLLECTING: MARVEL ZOMBIES: RESURRECTION (2019) 1, MARVEL ZOMBIES: RESURRECTION (2020) 1-4


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THE HORROR SMASH HIT LIVES AGAIN! When Galactus' corpse appears at the edge of Earth's solar system, the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four investigate. Too late, they discover that Galactus' body is now the vessel of an interstellar terror, which one by one transforms Earth's Mightiest Heroes into the universe's most terrifying predators! As our heroes try to escape the s THE HORROR SMASH HIT LIVES AGAIN! When Galactus' corpse appears at the edge of Earth's solar system, the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four investigate. Too late, they discover that Galactus' body is now the vessel of an interstellar terror, which one by one transforms Earth's Mightiest Heroes into the universe's most terrifying predators! As our heroes try to escape the super powered, cannibalistic aberrations that were once their friends and family, will any survive? And even if they do, can they hope to protect Earth from the infestation that has already claimed half of the known universe? COLLECTING: MARVEL ZOMBIES: RESURRECTION (2019) 1, MARVEL ZOMBIES: RESURRECTION (2020) 1-4

30 review for Marvel Zombies: Resurrection

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gianfranco Mancini

    Quella dei Marvel Zombies è probabilmente una delle più popolari versioni alternative dell’universo supereroistico della Casa delle Idee, introdotta per la prima volta sulle pagine di Ultimate Fantastic Four quasi sedici anni fa, continuata poi dal creatore di The Walking Dead Robert Kirkman con una spassosa miniserie che diede poi origine ad una lunga serie di seguiti e spin-off, per ritornare dopo una pausa decennale durante il megacrossover del 2015 Secret Wars, scomparire un’altra volta dall Quella dei Marvel Zombies è probabilmente una delle più popolari versioni alternative dell’universo supereroistico della Casa delle Idee, introdotta per la prima volta sulle pagine di Ultimate Fantastic Four quasi sedici anni fa, continuata poi dal creatore di The Walking Dead Robert Kirkman con una spassosa miniserie che diede poi origine ad una lunga serie di seguiti e spin-off, per ritornare dopo una pausa decennale durante il megacrossover del 2015 Secret Wars, scomparire un’altra volta dalla scena, e ritornare infine tra fine 2019 ed inizio 2021, dopo una lunga gestazione a causa di una ben più reale pandemia, seguendo la scia del recente successo del Dceased pubblicato dalla Distinta Concorrenza. Ed è proprio con l’apocalisse zombie della DC che questo reboot condivide una storia più seria e matura rispetto a quella pazzeggiante scanzonata ed ironica dei Marvel Zombies originali di Kirkman e compagnia bella, che alterna morti brutali a momenti epici o strappalacrime, pur non rinunciando a qualche truculenta parentesi di humour nero come il fucile-teschio di Ciclope usato da Forge, o lo splendido team formato da Blade ed il micio-alieno flerken che mi hanno fatto ridere non poco. Alcune scelte dell’autore possono essere discutibili, io per esempio trovo difficile credere che uno street-level character come Blade possa sopravvivere a lungo in uno scenario simile, o che Frank Castle prenda la decisione vista in queste pagine, e probabilmente la miniserie avrebbe avuto bisogno di un altro paio di numeri per svilupparsi come si deve. Ma i disegni sono davvero niente male e la trama è talmente piena di twist che si finisce lo stesso per affezionarsi al piccolo gruppo di sopravvissuti guidati da un Rick Grimes Peter Parker azzeccato come non mai, che pur passandone di tutti i colori riesce a non perdere mai di vista l’eroe che era, è e sempre sarà. Ed il finale lascia aperta più di una speranza per un eventuale seguito di questo bel What If, una lettura più che discreta se siete dell’umore giusto per un pastiche tra supereroi ed apocalissi zombie.

  2. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Marvel obviously wanted their own DCeased after it was a mega success (If didn't know the comic sold like hot cakes and the trade sold even better, being on top 100 books of the year for a long time for best seller) so we get Marvel Zombies. And it's not half bad. Get a solid new writer (Phillip Kennedy Johnson is a solid writer after I read this I'm hyped for his Superman Run) and give solid art with a more mature story than I expected and you got something working here. Not let me be clear. Ma Marvel obviously wanted their own DCeased after it was a mega success (If didn't know the comic sold like hot cakes and the trade sold even better, being on top 100 books of the year for a long time for best seller) so we get Marvel Zombies. And it's not half bad. Get a solid new writer (Phillip Kennedy Johnson is a solid writer after I read this I'm hyped for his Superman Run) and give solid art with a more mature story than I expected and you got something working here. Not let me be clear. Marvel Zombies the original is one of the WORST comics I've EVER read so for me to come here and give it a try is saying a lot. But here I am and I'm glad I tried. The first issue is really the one shot released in 2019 and it takes all the major players heading into space to find out if Galactus is really dead. When they get there, in Alien like fashion, they are attacked from every direction. This is probably the most brutal start I've seen in awhile as even the gods are having trouble here. Just when think something might turn around it only gets worse and ends right into the main series as Galactus body falls to earth. The main story is actually focused on Peter, Val, and Franklin. Through this post apocalypses type story we are thrown into the future after the zombie infection has taken over a lot of people. We get glimpses of the night the creatures invaded, and it's pretty brutal. And that's the thing. The dialogue is solid, the pacing is fine, the art is there but...it just isn't new. It doesn't feel as "OMG NO" shocking as Dceased and some of the characters feel a bit odd. I did like the more mature take and not just having everyone die in brutal ways but it felt oddly disjointed on the main storyline and the ending didn't do much for me. But overall, if like zombies, like Marvel, you'll probably enjoy this. A 3.5 out of 5.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    While I'm not really one for alternate universe-type stories in general, I am happy to make an exception if the quality is there and, I'm happy to say, in this case the quality is there. Phillip Kennedy Johnson has written what is, in my opinion, the most engaging Marvel Zombies story to date and the artwork by Leonard Kirk & co. was gorgeous. I had a couple of minor plot quibbles, most notably that the writer clearly doesn't understand how Magik's soul-sword works. It's a physical manifestation o While I'm not really one for alternate universe-type stories in general, I am happy to make an exception if the quality is there and, I'm happy to say, in this case the quality is there. Phillip Kennedy Johnson has written what is, in my opinion, the most engaging Marvel Zombies story to date and the artwork by Leonard Kirk & co. was gorgeous. I had a couple of minor plot quibbles, most notably that the writer clearly doesn't understand how Magik's soul-sword works. It's a physical manifestation of her soul and, as such, (view spoiler)[somebody else cannot pick it up and use it if and when she dies. I'd argue her zombified self wouldn't be able to use it either, but we're getting dangerously close to a metaphysical discussion about the nature of the soul, so I'll shut up now. (hide spoiler)] Be warned, if you're a fan of the previous Marvel Zombies books, this is a reboot, not a continuation of the Marvel Zombies tales of (not very) old. In my opinion, it's all the better for it. My next book: In the Seven Woods

  4. 4 out of 5

    Neyebur

    Una interesante vuelta de tuerca a los Marvel Zombies, a diferencia de las historias originales esta nueva versión tiene un plan, una trama pensada desde el principio, y eso se nota. Es genial ver como establecen misterios y como son resueltos al final, o ver a Peter hacer de padrazo (un papel que le dan cada vez más). Sin embargo, los cómics originales tienen algo que hecho en falta aquí, y que ya mencioné en mis reseñas de DCeased, y es que ahora los zombies son más un ejército con una mente co Una interesante vuelta de tuerca a los Marvel Zombies, a diferencia de las historias originales esta nueva versión tiene un plan, una trama pensada desde el principio, y eso se nota. Es genial ver como establecen misterios y como son resueltos al final, o ver a Peter hacer de padrazo (un papel que le dan cada vez más). Sin embargo, los cómics originales tienen algo que hecho en falta aquí, y que ya mencioné en mis reseñas de DCeased, y es que ahora los zombies son más un ejército con una mente colmena, salvo los poderes todos los zombies son iguales. En los cómics originales me gustaba que, después de canibalizar a sus compañeros se sentían mal, trataban de razonar su comportamiento, hacían bromas...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Laferney

    This has gotten mixed reviews and I can understand why. However, as a fan of Zombies, Spider-Man and the Marvel Universe in general, I genuinely enjoyed this comic series. After the success of DCeased, Marvel relaunched their Zombies series in order to cash in some bucks. While I hear that the other Zombie series are terrible, I actually really, really enjoyed this entry (or resurrection). It's a weird blend of science-fiction terror/horror and super-hero drama but it works. The corpse of Galactu This has gotten mixed reviews and I can understand why. However, as a fan of Zombies, Spider-Man and the Marvel Universe in general, I genuinely enjoyed this comic series. After the success of DCeased, Marvel relaunched their Zombies series in order to cash in some bucks. While I hear that the other Zombie series are terrible, I actually really, really enjoyed this entry (or resurrection). It's a weird blend of science-fiction terror/horror and super-hero drama but it works. The corpse of Galactus, the world-eater, appears as a vessel of an interstellar virus - that destroys the Avengers, X-Men, and Fantastic Four and causes them and the most of the inhabitants of the earth to become ravenous undead zombies. Only a few survive. And one of the survivors is Peter Parker. Interstellar threats. Viruses. Zombies. That's fun and all but the heart of the story is focused on Peter Parker, one of the last survivors, as he tries to protect the children of Reed and Sue (of the Fantastic Four) from the super-powered, cannibalistic aberrations that were once their friends and family. It turns out to be quite an epic and emotional roller coaster for Peter and his crew. Peter goes through a lot in this series, but he never loses his grip on who he is, no matter how much what he’s gone through has scarred him. Building the series around him was a shrewd move but I think a smart one. In the Marvel universe, he's the everyman character we can all relate to. Fan faves Wolverine, Blade, Chewie, and Groot all show up. Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #4 leaves the door wide open for a sequel which could be neat. However, this is a perfect standalone story. The art by Kirk isn't always clear, and it's a bit much and yes, Zombies have been way overdone. But I felt that this was a somewhat fresh spin on Zombies with a good story at its core. Check it out.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Carey

    2.5 Dtars- It was good. Was hoping there would be more connections to that moment in Donny Cates Thor but nothing here on that possibility. It’s a zombie story that isn’t really like the other Marvel Zombie stories so in a way it’s misleading. Good, not great. I was entertained but I wasn’t left excited for the future of the franchise. If there even is one. For me the art was meh. Just an average book I suppose. I don’t know...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ron Turner

    More goofy than anything else. A lot of jumping around to get in cameos. I wish they'd just turn Marvel Zombies into a regular series. There's so much to work with. Let's see individual superheroes deal with the zombie apocalypse at their own personal level. More goofy than anything else. A lot of jumping around to get in cameos. I wish they'd just turn Marvel Zombies into a regular series. There's so much to work with. Let's see individual superheroes deal with the zombie apocalypse at their own personal level.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jacob Snider

    I liked this comic. It was pretty quick and the zombie craze is dying out. One last run before it's dead completely. Pun intended. I liked this comic. It was pretty quick and the zombie craze is dying out. One last run before it's dead completely. Pun intended.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    This had some fun cameos, but was way too messy to be anything good. There were also a few different time jumps that I found really confusing.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lukas Holmes

  11. 4 out of 5

    David

  12. 4 out of 5

    Terry

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mike McDevitt

  14. 4 out of 5

    Deane Hariss

  15. 4 out of 5

    Toni Küttner

  16. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

  17. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Randell

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marcus

  19. 5 out of 5

    Shantal Murillo

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Wiles

  21. 5 out of 5

    Bookwraiths

  22. 5 out of 5

    Josiah Tackett

  23. 5 out of 5

    Zachary

  24. 5 out of 5

    Pierre Stolte

  25. 4 out of 5

    Frank

  26. 5 out of 5

    Scratch

  27. 5 out of 5

    Bob Talbot

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nick Forret (what_a_novel_idea)

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jorge Estrada

  30. 4 out of 5

    David Whalen

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