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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (February 16, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785142770
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785142775
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 0.5 x 11.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #600,380 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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There were too much blood, guts,brains, and dead bodies.
Amazon Customer
It almost seems like Marvel has grown tired of the Marvel Zombies phenom and decided "Let's just end it quick".
Michael Pappalardo
I would recommend this to anyone who loves superheroes and zombies.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Michael Pappalardo on February 17, 2010
Format: Hardcover
Since I first picked up the first trade of The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman, my already strong love of zombies only grew stronger. Kirkman weaves a tale of sorrow with a touch of hope, safety with an ever present dread, and pesonal drama that sticks with each and every character in the book. Surprisingly, he was able to translate this style of writing faithfully over to Marvel Comics when he worked on the now legendary Marvel Zombies and Marvel Zombies 2. With a publisher like Marvel that often sees quality on extreme opposite ends of the spectrum as opposed to varying levels of good or bad with their titles, Kirkman managed to begin a compelling story that was rife with humor, heavy on gore, and interesting enough to keep you glued page after page. Sadly, with Kirkman no longer in the picture for Marvel Zombies, the seemingly final chapter of this saga comes to a sour and unremarkable close.

Picking up after Marvel Zombies 2, Marvel Zombies: The Return doesn't really continue the story of the "Alpha Zombies" so much as it hastily draws the Marvel Zombies series to a conclusion. It almost seems like Marvel has grown tired of the Marvel Zombies phenom and decided "Let's just end it quick". Virtually none of the loose ends left by MZ2 are addressed, as the story follows only Spider-man and his quest to atone for the horrific past actions of himself and his zombie cohorts. Transported to an alternate universe designated as "Earth-Z", Spider-man and the rest of the surviving Alpha Zombies are scattered throughout the cosmos. From this point onward, the individual chapters of the story switches focus onto other characters, namely Giant Man, and Earth Z's Iron Man and Wolverine.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By imgreenlantern2 on April 15, 2010
Format: Hardcover
When I first heard about Marvel Zombies I thought it was going to be retarded. After reading the first three volumes (MZ: Army of Darkness, Marvel Zombies, Marvel Zombies 2...AND YES you need to read them in that order. MZ: AOD actually came out after MZ: 1), I was absolutely enthrawled in this new cast of characters, and how the humans were trying to survive. I loved it. I loved it a ton! In fact I don't have the single issues but each of them in a nice hardcover edition. Yes, that's how much I enjoyed those stories.

BUT, Marvel Zombies 3 took a complete turn and followed a new set of Zombie hunters and I lost interest. Hell, I even picked up Marvel Zombies 4 hoping it was better, but it wasn't. It was worse.

FINALLY, I hear that the original Zombies were coming back and I thought, "Yes, the Zombies I care about", but I was wrong. The cliff hanger at the end of MZ: 2 was mentioned on two pages in issue #5...TWO PAGES! Without ruining it for people that want to get this bookend, you don't really get the Return of the Zombies from the original story. It ticked me off! The ending wasn't great either, especially explaining the origin of the Zombie plague.

Anyway, I wasn't happy and I sure as hell wasn't happy I paid $25 for this.

If you are coming into the Marvel Zombie universe do yourself a favor. Only buy MZ: Army of Darkness, Marvel Zombies, Marvel Zombies 2. If you really feel you need to have a conclusion to the whole thing, THEN and only THEN buy Zombies Returns.

Since Amazon can't give me the rating I really want to give it, I'll do it right here. **1/2 out of *****.
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Marvel superheroes. Zombies. You just can't go wrong with this series. I don't even know what else to say about it.
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First, the art is beautiful and creative. Lots of fun to look at. From Hulk ripping apart a woman, to zombie Spiderman revealing himself malnourished to Kitty Pryde, to Iron Man blasting the hell out of Sentry, to Spiderman shooting his arteries out as webbing and ripping off another hero's head--it is all incredibly well-done. Very gory. Very true to character styles. The characters look like they should, only zombified.

The problem? The story. It jumps around. It never develops. It follows no one to any depth. It is very weak. Yet, it is worlds better than the first two books by Kirkam. Believe it or not! The dialogue is much better than Marvel Zombies 1 and 2. No more stupid jokes. No more irrelevant and distracting stupidity. This one treats the situation with a bit more gravitas, and it makes the read more fulfilling. Kirkman's flops were a big disappointment--as if written half-heartedly with an insatiable desire to be silly.

If you love Marvel and love zombies, this book is an interesting artistic display--not so much a great story as a series of scenes drawn well and fun to look at. Good zombies attack bad zombies throughout multiple dimensions. Then it all ends. Abruptly. Thanks to The Watcher. No explanation how. Frrrt.

Not fulfilling, but fun. Read it.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Caleb on April 30, 2013
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The after story of the marvel zombies series amazing it was worth every penny if you don't like gory stuff don't buy this book
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Connor Truelove on March 22, 2013
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It tells how it all began and how spider man tried to end it all and redeem himself as a hero.install this comic book!
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