Written by Brockton McKinney
Art by Sergio Rios
Colours by Marcelo Costa
Published by Action Lab Danger Zone
Reviewed by Dawn of Comics

Let’s judge this book by its cover… Simply wow, truly disturbing and dark, an amazingly sinister cover that screams horror. Who would have thought the gingerbread man could look so terrifying. Superb cover.

Convicted murderer Millard Findlemeyer was executed but that wasn’t the end of him, his mother used black magic and a vat of cookie dough to resurrect him as the Gingerdead Man!
A gang of drug dealers get more than they bargained for when baking some “special” cookies. The Gingerdead Man doesn’t discriminate when it comes to killing in this laugh out loud, pun-tastic slasher book. This Foul mouthed little dough boy stabs, whisks and toasts his way to a gross out ending you won’t see coming as issue one introduces you to this kooky cookie killer. Action Lab does it again with another great book rivaling the amazing Tomboy. The art is flawless with panels full of great gory detail. The story doesn’t take itself seriously and that works to his favour as its funny and dark, just what I look for in a book. If your looking for gore fest with plenty of laughs this book is for you.

The guys over at action labs are knocking it out of the park on this one. Keep up the good work guys. 5 stars from me in this monster of a book.

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