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Written by Max Brooks | Illustrated by Raulo Caceres | Published by Avatar Press | Format: Paperback, 160pp

In pop culture it’s fair to say that vampires and zombies are still the most popular monsters right now.  With World War Z Max Brooks created a zombie apocalypse that fans loved (in book form at least) and showed an understanding of the monster, making his book a bestseller.  Now in his graphic novel The Extinction Parade: Volume 1 vampires have been added to the mix, and with the artwork of Raulo Caceres the war between the two monsters has never been so full of gore.

The zombie attacks started off as random outbreaks but with the humans being seemingly able to keep them controlled, there seemed no real danger to the food source.  This meant the vampires just sat back and enjoyed the show.  Almost jealous that the zombies could attack without having to hide in the shadows, »

- Paul Metcalf

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