As Zombie Tramp makes her way through the Southwest, she stops for a bite at a local fast food chain. It seems that ordering off the menu at this chicken joint can land you in the nugget grinder though, so Janey will have to wield her budding necro powers well if she wants to stay undead!
Normally I wouldn’t start with a disclaimer, but I figured I would just get it out of the way. I have been trying to keep up with the ongoing series, but alas I fell short on the last couple issues. As such, Zombie Tramp #7 does have me jumping in with a bit of a story gap, but eager nonetheless to read.
After her battle in Sin City, it appears Janey has been continuing on her road trip, leaving plenty of carnage behind her. Making a quick stop at a fast food restaurant, she uses her sexy, albeit illusioned body, to acquire a snack from her own personal menu. Back on the road after, she finds herself captured and for some reason being prepared to be turned into zombie nuggets. Once again, she shows off the extent of her powers and manages to barely escape.
As many of these as I’ve read now, there always manages to be another surprise in the next issue. The artwork has been consistently good, with all the guts and gore you’d expect from a zombie comic, with one particular scene this time really showing off just how gross it can get. There was also a lot more of Janey shown off than I think I’ve seen before on internal pages, so heads up on that (or selling point perhaps?).
I have been a pretty solid fan of Zombie Tramp ever since I first got into it. Lately I’ve found myself growing to be an even bigger fan, going so far as to seek out rare issues online. As one would expect, especially this round, it is not a book for those with a weak stomach. Otherwise, I would more than pass this along as a new read to anyone.
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