Zombies Christmas Carol Kindle í Zombies Christmas

Zombies Christmas Carol Kindle í Zombies Christmas

Zombies Christmas Carol [PDF / Epub] ★ Zombies Christmas Carol By Jim McCann – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Gather your family close, board up the doors, and heed well the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge a man whom no fire could warm, whose cold heart pumped ice through his veins and whose lips uttered a firm BAH Gather your family close, board up the doors, and heed well the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge a man whom no fire could warm, whose cold heart pumped ice through his veins and whose lips uttered a firm BAH to any sort of happiness Learn from his experience as he is Zombies Christmas MOBI :å visited by the undead corpse of his old friend, Jacob Marley, on Christmas Eve And join him on his journey to Christmases past aided by another corpse intent on showing Scrooge the origin of the Hungry Death consuming the land God help us, every one Collecting MARVEL Zombies Christmas Carol.


10 thoughts on “Zombies Christmas Carol

  1. Anne Anne says:

    Well, this was a chore to get through.I thought it might be something fun or odd, but I didn t really think it would be boring But it was Boring and weird and not in a good way.I don t understand how the zombie plague spread and I don t understand how it was ended.Now, maybe I missed out on some metaphorical shit because I ve shockingly never read the original Dickens story, but I kind of doubt it I know crazy nonsense when I read it and that s exactly what the vast majority of this was Well, this was a chore to get through.I thought it might be something fun or odd, but I didn t really think it would be boring But it was Boring and weird and not in a good way.I don t understand how the zombie plague spread and I don t understand how it was ended.Now, maybe I missed out on some metaphorical shit because I ve shockingly never read the original Dickens story, but I kind of doubt it I know crazy nonsense when I read it and that s exactly what the vast majority of this was view spoiler Scrooge McDuck gets bit by a horse when he s a young man and it gives him zombie itis Now, it doesn t actually hurt him, he just passes it along to everyone he meets, along with his new Grinchy attitude Wait What He gets bit by a sick horse and that moment shows him that helping his fellow man horse isn t worth it.THEN, all he has to so to stop the Zombiepocalypse is stroll through town smiling and promising food and good cheer A giant dust cloud of love and sunshine floating behind him to cure all the former flesh eaters hide spoiler What the actual fuck I m here to tell you, that makes zero sense even in some jacked up Marvel zombie Christmas Carol reality.I understand that the idea was to say that his greed and uncaring attitude spread like a disease I get it, really But it was still stupid.Art wasn t bad, though


  2. Quirkyreader Quirkyreader says:

    The artwork in this collection was amazing.


  3. Sesana Sesana says:

    I honestly wasn t expecting much out of this A Christmas Carol with zombies Not exactly promising And yet, oddly, it actually works fairly well What keeps this together, I think, is that McCann largely uses Dickens original words, and what original text he adds he s careful to keep in essentially the same style Not the easiest thing in the world to do And he also manages to make an original, zombie filled storyline fit into the basic story arc that one would expect from A Christmas Carol I honestly wasn t expecting much out of this A Christmas Carol with zombies Not exactly promising And yet, oddly, it actually works fairly well What keeps this together, I think, is that McCann largely uses Dickens original words, and what original text he adds he s careful to keep in essentially the same style Not the easiest thing in the world to do And he also manages to make an original, zombie filled storyline fit into the basic story arc that one would expect from A Christmas Carol But it s still a zombie filled version of A Christmas Carol It s unnecessary in the extreme, and it doesn t accomplish anything that the original doesn t do twice as well


  4. Carol Carol says:

    Rather fun and great for the Halloween season It s rather similar to the Dickens story, but with zombies It s a story of redemption, near apocalypse, and sacrifice I didn t really understand how is it that the zombie virus came to be because, while its established its rather lose But what the heck Still works, and the art is just amazing Good little read if you re looking for something different.


  5. Jorge Rosas Jorge Rosas says:

    A funny retelling of the well known tale, but with zombies I enjoyed the concept and how it still feels like the original tale but with a grain of horror in there.


  6. FamilyPenguin FamilyPenguin says:

    A very enjoyable take on Dickens s A Christmas Carol.


  7. Dávid Novotný Dávid Novotný says:

    Zombie twist on classic tale Nothing , but art is nice and over and all it s fun to read 3,5


  8. Dann Dann says:

    Marvel presents a terrifying new vision of Charles Dickens classic tale that puts the horror back into it in the graphic novel Zombies Christmas Carol It s Christmas Eve and a plague known as the Hungry Death is sweeping across London, turning the surplus population into the undead, and only one man, an old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge, has the means to save them But he s unwilling, until he s visited by three spirits whose revelations about the Hungry Death spur Scrooge into action Author J Marvel presents a terrifying new vision of Charles Dickens classic tale that puts the horror back into it in the graphic novel Zombies Christmas Carol It s Christmas Eve and a plague known as the Hungry Death is sweeping across London, turning the surplus population into the undead, and only one man, an old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge, has the means to save them But he s unwilling, until he s visited by three spirits whose revelations about the Hungry Death spur Scrooge into action Author Jim McCann does a surprisingly good job at sticking to the original text and includes much of the dialog from the novel with slight changes additions He also makes several tweaks to the plot that develop into some interesting twists that are quite powerful The artwork and character designs are also especially well done And while the undead and spirits can be quite ghoulish at times, there s no gratuitous violence or gore However, it all falls apart in the last stave as McCann doesn t really have a way to wrap up the Hungry Death and ends up botching everything with a rather inexplicable conclusion Still, Zombies Christmas Carol is a creative retelling of Dickens tale that stays true to its message and spirit


  9. Jacquline Jacquline says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Jim McCann took the beautiful Christmas Carol and made it his own by retelling the story of redemption through zombies This is appropriate for this type of story because McCann is trying to get across that Scrooge s negativity towards everyone is poisoning, which is why the population is dying and hurting others It s a unique twist to the much loved story McCann stayed close to the original story but added his own touch to make the story believable as a zombie tale The only negative aspect a Jim McCann took the beautiful Christmas Carol and made it his own by retelling the story of redemption through zombies This is appropriate for this type of story because McCann is trying to get across that Scrooge s negativity towards everyone is poisoning, which is why the population is dying and hurting others It s a unique twist to the much loved story McCann stayed close to the original story but added his own touch to make the story believable as a zombie tale The only negative aspect about this book is that there are some places that the writing needs to be stronger, especially through the narration It was not written very well, and it could have used some improvement Now, the art for the book was incredible The zombies looked amazing and the spirits as well My favorite was the Spirit of Christmas Past, and it was Belle, Scrooge s love It really worked well that McCann used Belle as the Spirit of Christmas Past because she holds a key part to his past, one of the few reasons why he became a miserable grouch Also, the Spirit of Christmas to Yet to Come was completely appropriate It was not a traditional Grim Reaper, but rather, the spirit had a dominant haunting aspect to it, especially the way the bone jaw hung out from under the cloak s hood The colors were appropriate, and I really enjoy the Spirit of Christmas Present with Ignorance and Want It was cool to see the two eat the flesh of the spirit McCann did a great job bringing a classic back with his unique touch and kudos to the artists because they did a fantastic job


  10. Jean-Pierre Vidrine Jean-Pierre Vidrine says:

    I have to confess that I have not actually read Charles Dickens original work To be honest, most of his work doesn t strike me as my sort of reading But, given how much the creators of this work revered the original that they were zombifying, I just might check out A Christmas Carol.Adding zombies to classic books seems to be all the rage Most of them have not interested me, but when I saw that Marvel who ve been doing their own take on zombies for some years now were beating the prose p I have to confess that I have not actually read Charles Dickens original work To be honest, most of his work doesn t strike me as my sort of reading But, given how much the creators of this work revered the original that they were zombifying, I just might check out A Christmas Carol.Adding zombies to classic books seems to be all the rage Most of them have not interested me, but when I saw that Marvel who ve been doing their own take on zombies for some years now were beating the prose publishers to this idea, and given the fact that it was close to Christmas, I just had to give it a try.Rather than an absurd novelty, Jim McCann adds evenpoignancy to Dickens tale Zombie stories, when they re at their best, are vehicles for spotlighting the best and worst of human behavior Here, the zombies themselves are the reflections and the direct results of that bad behavior It s up to Scrooge, of all people, to try and show the best humanity has to offer in order to fight off the worst The artwork here is the best kind for this sort of tale Pencilers David Baldeon and Jeremy Treece, along with a team of inkers and colorists, provide graphics that are appropriately dark and cartoony Their interpretations of the three ghosts of Christmas are the most striking that I have ever seen in any visual medium It is likely that these visuals will haunt my imagination when I finally get around to reading Dickens original novel


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