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Marvel Zombies 4 Paperback – April 21, 2010
"The Lying Game" by Ruth Ware
From the instant New York Times bestselling author of blockbuster thrillers In a Dark, Dark Wood and The Woman in Cabin 10 comes Ruth Ware’s chilling new novel, The Lying Game. Pre-order today
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Not to give anything "major" away, but basically, I was simply watching the "good guys" fight the "bad guys," then come up with a "solution" but that turns into a bigger problem, which leads to a somewhat simple conclusion in favor of the good guys and all is well...OR SO WE THOUGHT!
What I didn't like about the story was being confused about which Universe they were in and how it was related to any of the regular universes we read and grew up with. The lack of a definitive setting made it all seem so 2 dimensional (figuratively of course...it's a book NO DUH!..nerd) and cheap.
What I did like was Z-Deadpool's new found friendship and their role in the entire zombie ordeal.
If you are a fan of the Marvel Zombie stories, then you will most likely get this anyway. It can't hurt (assuming you can afford it), but beware, it was a bit of a let down if you are expecting something as awesome as Marvel Zombies 1.
The last three books lived up to their names, but this one took the zombie idea to another spectrum that just didn't work for me.
The artwork is awesome and captivating but again the story lacked that Marvel Zombie feel and to further add injury you get a B/W reprint of The Zombie's (another Marvel character not to be mistakened as a Marvel Zombie) earlier adventures instead of different artwork of our favorie Marvel zombied heroes.
This fourth volume was very gory and detailed and drawn very well. Seeing the Werewolf by Night, the living vampire, the son of Satan, and Topaz of the Witches (also from Werewolf by Night) all in a team along with appearances by the Zombie, Dormammu, and the Man-Thing just made this comic series super cool! Deadpool stole the show in the dialogue department like he always does with classic lines like when he spots the Man-Thing and comments "What in the name of Theodore Sturgeon is that? It smells like Satan puked on it!" Overall, it was a fun read and also includes the first issue of Tales of the Zombie as a black-and-white bonus at the end!
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