Want to read some free comics? Double Take announced that starting today all 1st and 2nd issues of their 10 inter-connected stories based upon the 1968 cult classic film Night of the Living Dead will be offered free of charge via their website.
3rd issues will be available in stores starting 2/24 both individually and through their very popular Super Pack which allows the reader to collect all 10 titles for $20.
Yes, you can get comics for just $2.
In their release, Double Take General Manager Bill Jemas said:
In my days at Marvel we sampled over 6 million physical copies of Ultimate Spider-Man, today, the most efficient and effective way of promoting a new comic book is through digital sampling. Online readership is largely complementary to physical readership. We are so proud of our upcoming 3rd issues, that we wanted to share the rest of our work in anticipation of their release.
Don’t know where to start? Here’s the 10 Titles to choose from!
Z-Men: Dead and/or alive. LBJ orders the Secret Service to bring him back a Zombie. This should be easy…
Spring: Hot sun, hot babes, and the cold decaying flesh of the zombie horde.
Home: A happy family, a lovely spring evening, and zombies. The family that faces zombies together stays together.
Dedication: Thanks to some hungry customers, the closing shift at George’s Market has turned into a graveyard shift.
Remote: As ghouls surround her station, KBRF Radio ace DJ Samantha stays on the air all night. Will Rock & Roll save her soul?
Honor: Protect. Serve. Beat. Burn. Rinse. Repeat. If you get pulled over by these cops, get ready to hand over your license, registration, and death certificate.
Soul: The posse shoots to kill, but Ben survives. Too bad it’s all downhill from here. As the tale unwinds, Chief McClelland and the posse suspect that Ben may not be telling them the whole truth.
Rise: They’re coming to get you Barbara. An old story with a new end and a new beginning.
Medic: Doctors, and nurses, and zombies, oh my! These patients just won’t die!
Slab: Even a Brain a-day can’t keep this doctor away.