Review: Zombie Tramp #7
For those of you unfamiliar with Zombie Tramp, it follows the journeys of Janey Belle, a former Hollywood escort who was bitten by one of her johns and became titular Zombie Tramp. Now she travels the country with supernatural powers and a copy of the Necronomicon in search of answers.
In this issue Janey is in the Southwest, stopping for a bite at a local fast food restaurant. She lands herself in some serious trouble when she decides to sample the local cuisine and needs to call on her new-found abilities to get out alive, so to speak.
This a fun read with an intriguing artwork that can hit close to home when compared to the state of America these days, especially in this issue. Being undead gives our main character the ability to call out people, and society as a whole, for their disgusting behavior and terrible decisions.
If you’re interested in pin-up artwork and zombies as well, it is worth seeking out the variant covers.
Even with an ongoing story thread, this is certainly a series that you can pick up seemingly anywhere and enjoy each by themselves. It’s a gory and entertaining distraction and has that dark sense of humor I enjoy very much.
Writers: Jason Martin, Dan Mendoza Artist: Winston Young
Story: 7.5 Art 8.5 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Buy
Action Lab: Danger Zone provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review