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INDY COMIC BOOK HISTORY:   Today's 'Main Feature', as shown above, was on an Indy Comic Book which is begetting another comic book series, which is in keeping with my blog series celebrating the upcoming Indy Comic Book Week at the end of this month.

Today's Featurette section is a mini-history of 'Soldiers Of The Dead', of which issue #1 published earlier by Atlantis Studios is pictured below:

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So what is this issue about? Here's the promo info:

"Paul Fusco converted his unsold screenplay "Soldiers of the Dead" into a comic book with the help of custom publisher Atlantis Studios.

Atlantis Studios connected Fusco with a comic artist, Ulises Roman, of Argentina, who illustrated the visual side of the script.

Fusco describes the action-horror tale as "Black Hawk Down" meets "Aliens" - with zombies, of course!

The 24-page preview issue of "Soldiers of the Dead" is on sale now and full 96-page graphic novel is scheduled to be published in the future.

"Soldiers of the Dead" tells the story of a U.S. Army Green Beret team dispatched to Haiti on a mission to suppress a military conflict. However, the troops discover a town infested with voodoo-induced zombies." 

Okay... here's my thoughts for this issue:

I'm not really into Zombies or Vampires reading per se... although I do blog about ones that catch my interest at times.

The writing of this comic book was interesting enough that I would check out the future graphic novel.  Plus the artwork is different enough to make this more than just a run of the mill zombie comic book. The colors are very vivid in the issue.

The publication I have in hand is not the one shown above. I have the one published by Eyes On Hand On Entertainment in Agoura Hills.  The credits for that issue are Paul Vincent Fusco and Ulises Carpintero.

I had more info on this comic book's history, but that data seems to have been removed... 

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