The fourth issue of Fist Full Of Comics volume two features three zombie comics, including an eight-page story by Stewart Cook and Tim Ide that acts as a standalone prequel to Dave: Zombie Hunter. Other comics included in this issue embrace parody, limericks and nonsense! The centre-spread comics poem is The Sweet Science, by Owen Heitmann.
Cover art by Clare Oakes
Fist Full Of Comics logo designed by Clare Oakes
Page count: 36 pages
Dimensions: 148 mm wide x 210 mm tall (A5)
Colour covers with B&W interior pages
Release date: August 2009
This issue contains strong language and is recommended for maturer readers.
First printing: Buy here!
He’s A Passenger And Should Not Be In The Team (two pages)
By Simon Gray
Operation: Gehanna (eight pages)
By Stewart Cook (writer) and Tim Ide (artist)
Tom And Goldy (one page)
By Ian C. Thomas
Joy And Tears (three pages)
By Mark Selan (writer) and Colin Wells (artist)
Wildman In Horrorscope (one page)
By Sarah Larsen (writer) and Nick Skeer (artist)
The Sweet Science (two pages)
By Owen Heitmann (poetry advice by Sarah Milne)
G.F.C. (two pages)
By Jase Harper
Role Models (four pages)
By Brendan Boyd
Life Imitating Art (one page)
By Lucas House
Oz Zombie: Barbecue (four pages)
By Darren Koziol
Zombie Limerick (one page)
By Catherine Brittle (writer) and Loren Morris (artist)
Adventures With The Dent Shures (two pages)
By Randy Leonard
Why So Serious? (one page)
By Sarah Milne
Back cover by David G. Williams.
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