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Comic Book Divas Publishing and Legends Of Heroes And Villains continue the twisted fairy tale comic “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” with “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2; bringing fans more zombies, and zombie butt-kicking action.
Goldilocks (Portrayed by Emily Ann Cosplay) and the rest of the zombie hunting crew Queen Rapunzel, Bo Peep, Jacqueline Been, Woodsman, and Mary Lamb hav set out in search to find the source of the zombie virus outbreak and that means going back to downtown StoryBook 2012, but first they must go through Candy County, a peaceful place where many of the popular candy characters reside and work producing StoryBook 2012’s sweet goodness. But things aren’t rainbows and lollipops any longer in the county; what awaits Goldilocks and the gang, and will they all make it out alive or should we say undead?
This issue also features some of the concept character and costume artwork by Kristi Zerga; get a insight of the making and creation of the characters.
“Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 is available in the regular comic book format and also as a digital download edition; be sure to get your copy today and prepare for “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #3 next year.
Order “Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 Regular Edition HERE for $6.00
Order Goldilocks In ZombieLand” #2 Digital Download Edition HERE for 0.99 Cents
Comic Book Divas Publishing is excited to now offer Nora Tarr’s “Deidre Dark’s Delightful Dolls” as the newest digital download available in the Comic Book Divas Store. Be sure to download your copy of this wicked tale of a woman scorned.
Art and Colors by Ben Carbonero
“The Devil is always in the Details. What a talent, to be able to see the real person slinking around inside the human shell.
Best not let Deidre be the dealer of your cards at the next game. When she sees the unpleasantness that is within, that is when the delicious fun begins.
Deidre Dark’s Delightful Dolls, a tale of those that can see, hear and smell a rat.
Some of us say that revenge is a dish best served cold, but with Deidre, you might say it is one just served best. Looks can be deceiving and that goes both ways. Remember, never judge a book by its cover –some of us already know what is inside and the rest of us will just have to wait and see.”