Quarantined Sets Loose
“Paranoid and political: At last, a zombie book with its sights set higher than just cannibalising the genre. Horror fiction with real teeth.” –Cy Dethan, Cancertwon, Slaughterman’s Creed
Markosia Enterprises continues its strong tradition of thought-provoking horror with its latest release, Quarantined. Reminiscent of films such as The Thing and Dawn of the Dead, Quarantined takes readers on horrific journey through a politically charged landscape. Centering on a group of survivors trapped in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula after a virus turns nearly every resident into a vicious killing machine, Quarantined examines the fragile bonds of society, and what happens when those bonds are severed.
Quarantined is written by Michael Moreci (Image’s Hoax Hunters) with art from Monty Borror, colors from Lauren Anne Sharp, letters from Jim Campbell, and covers from Keith Burns (Highland Laddie, The Boys).
“Michael Moreci knows that the living are the scary part of the zombie tale. He knows what evil lurks in the heart of those facing inevitable death…. You’ll get a great, terrifying tale.” Tim Seeley, Hack/Slash (from his introduction)
Quarantined can be ordered through the March edition of Previews. Find it on page 220, order code MAR 11 0810.
The characters in Quarantined, led by Henry Foreman, are forced to fight against the mayhem caused by the infected, as well as their growing paranoia of each other. After confronting a mysterious stranger, the survivors dig into the town’s secrets as they hatch their escape—yet none of them are prepared for what they discover.
“Zombie fans watch out, because Moreci and Borror are here! Full of Gore-Geous scenes and a story to die for Quarantined needs to be on your shelf next to The Walking Dead and Deadworld.” – Decapitated Dan Royer, ComicRelated.com.
You can read a 9-page preview here:
Quarantined will also be available for digital download on the Sony PSP network, Comixology, and Graphic.ly.