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Plague Edward J Grug III


... Read It Now!
Juan Navarro's Review of Plague
This short wordless comics is just really fun to read, and it's great how Grug got it to be funny and cute, yet still suspenseful
This short wordless comics is just really fun to read, and it's great how Grug got it to be funny and cute, yet still suspenseful. And without words involved you can almost hear the horror music as the zombie mice come walking in. I dug it! ... read it now!


Eric Boeker's Review of Plague
Imagine the next zombie invasion. Now imagine it on a scale confined to rats and kittens...
Imagine the next zombie invasion.  Now imagine it on a scale confined to rats and kittens...think "Food of the Gods" meets "C.H.U.D." meets "Cats and Dogs (Rats)", and you are starting to grasp the horror-comedy genius that is "Plague".  Wordless and compleing, "Plague" tells the tale of what happens when three cats/kittens get swept up in a horde of flesh-hungry zombie rats.  Fantastically rendered and cleverly executed, "Plague" is a must read for zombie and kitten fans alike. ... read it now!


tonia walden's Review of Plague
A Zombie Apocalypse told at a different level.
Just when you thought there couldn't be a new spin on zombie stories, Mr Grug thinks one up - Grug has a real knack for drawing expressive cartoon animals as evidenced by this story, which is completely told without dialogue. It's still continuing at the moment, and like all good horror stories, suceeds with the trick of making you care if the protagonists live or die. ... read it now!




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