The Walking Bread

Fed by corporate greed and high profits, the irradiated
un-dead yeast rises to end life as we know it. Only Janitor Joe and Mechanic
Zoey stand between the murderous baked goods and total destruction. But will
they be enough to stop THE WALKING BREAD?
Zombie bread, now that is a completely new take on the ever
popular genre for sure.  I can’t say I
would have ever been prepared for something like that.  Well let’s be honest, who really would be?  Death by loaf is definitely a rough way to
go.  But in the world of the The Walking
Bread, it’s not the carbs you should be afraid of.
How exactly does one come upon the undead bread
apocalypse?  By using irradiated yeast so
that it never expires of course!  With
the world now threatened by this terrible horde, our unlikely heroes fight for
their lives – by stopping at the army surplus naturally.  And when all else fails, they do what seems
like the next best plan and let the birds clean up the mess.
The pencil work is in the rougher, sketch style that you
sometimes see in books.  It doesn’t have
any trouble visually telling the story, but the loose feel may not be up
everyone’s alley.  I did like that it was
in black and white though, that suited the book very well.
I have to say, this was a creative “zombie” twist like none
I’ve ever seen.  Chock full of tacky one
liners, puns and all the B-movie style humor you’d expect, it’s a funny
ride.  If you love zombies, it’s worth giving
this one shot a read.  If not, the cheesy
factor just may be enough for you.
For more information on Troy Hasbrouck and his work, check
out Jester Press.

Geek-o-Rama received a copy of this book for the purpose of this review. All thoughts, comments and opinions are those of the individual reviewer…who we hope didn’t have a sandwich for dinner last night…

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