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[On the hallowed occasion of Free Comic Book Day 2013 (coming up this Saturday), Michael DeShane contributes this interview with the brains behind the zombie comic FUBAR.]
More than four and a half million free comics will be available on Free Comic Book Day 2013, coming up this Saturday, May 4. If superheroes aren’t your thing, discerning horror fan, you have only two official FCBD titles – a free release from the omnipresent The Walking Dead and one from small-press zombie success FUBAR – to choose from.
To mark the day, the creators behind the New York Times best-selling zombie anthology series FUBAR will be hosting events in 26 comic shops in three countries (US, Canada and Norway) and giving away 37,000 books! You can check here to see if something is happening in your area…
[Scary things happen when Rue Morgue contributors Mike D and Aaron Von Lupton collaborate. Take, for instance, their Q&A with indie comics creator Jeff McComsey...]
Picture the square-jawed heroes of WWII-themed comics like G.I. Combat or Fightin’ Army. Now imagine them transported to the zombie-plagued Romeroverse and you have a pretty good idea of the glorious tales of honour, duty, sacrifice, head shots, and flesh-chomping delivered in FUBAR, a series of comic anthologies and the brainchild of one Jeff McComsey.