Created and written by Victor Gischler (Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Spike--A Dark Place, Kiss Me, Satan, Conan: Phantoms of the Black Coast)!
Secret societies, spooky scientists and shuddery scenarios abound as SallyÕs Wasteland crusade reaches its epic conclusion, but what does this mean for our butt-kicking heroine? Will she save the world and bag the dude of her dreams to boot? Find out all and more in this nail-biting final issue!
Their ship sunk, the crew scattered, Sally is keen to find out what became of her dumb blonde himbo, Tommy. However, she has drawn the unwelcome attention of a boatload of unsavoury cannibal typesÉ
* From the artist of The Lightning Thief and Scott Snyder's Severed
When Tommy takes off on a treasure hunt to the forbidden city of New Orleans, Sally follows the boy she loves on his expedition, because hell knows he canÕt take care of himselfÉ!
A satirical popcorn adventure, punctuated with garish set pieces and bawdy one-liners, Sally of the Wasteland is intended for the enjoyment Ð and delight Ð of mature audiences!
Collects Sally of the Wasteland 1-5
New Orleans ainÕt what it used to beÉ Long gone are the jazz bands, boutiques and Mardi Gras mayhem, leaving only rubble and mutants in their wake. With their goal in sight, Sally and her crew are gonna need a little more luck if theyÕre hoping to navigate the city in one piece. Better get those guns loaded, ladies!
Celebrated novelist Victor Gischler joins Joss Whedon's team.
Now's your chance to experience this gripping read for the first time or catch up on the tale with the first four years worth of material, collected in one volume for the first time.
Since 2003, Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead has been redefining the survival horror genre with its unique and vivid account of life after the end of the world. Although the cast is diverse and often changing (including, of course, a great number of zombies), at the heart of every tale is Rick Grimes: former police officer, husband, father, and de facto leader of a ragtag band of survivors looking to make a future for themselves in a world that no longer has one. To call The Walking Dead a zombie tale is accurate to a point, but it touches on only one facet of a story that asks timeless questions about what it means to live. It also asks whether or not this is possible in a world full of the dead. This is a great opportunity to experience this gripping read for the first time or catch up on the tale with the first four years worth of material, collected in one volume for the first time. Collects Volumes 1-8.