REVIEW: Lesbian Zombies from Outer Space #1

Writer: Jave Galt-Miller
Artist: Wayne A. Brown
Colorist: Raymond Agustin
Letterer: Shawn Depasquale
Publisher: Big Things Productions

G’Day All,

This is Dodgy86 in the mix, bringing you my comic review… The Boy from OZ brings you Lesbian Zombies from Outer Space #1 (of 7) by Jave Galt-Miller with Art by Wayne A. Brown, Colorist Raymond “Monds” Agustin and Letterer Shawn Depasquale, guest artist Gustavo Melo with cover art by Bruno Chiroleu and back cover art by Sefa Guerrero who also coloured the covers.

It states it’s for mature readers and for a very good reason. In the opening short story, the scene is set in space and inside a lonely spaceship there are two lesbians making out and then appears the title character (Porn Star/Hero Captain Hammer) with a boner wishing to join them.

The main story starts like a typical horror theme, a spaceship crashes in a forest and appears an alien in the form of a naked woman with a body of a porn actress… She stumbles across (yes you guessed it) two hot lesbians!!

You meet Ace, who worships Captain Hammer works as a clerk in a video store. He witnessed his buddy Ellis being consumed by his infected girlfriend and her female friend who is a Zombie!! By hiding in the closet filming the threesome, he then needs to escape before becoming another victim.

Women are possessed by kissing the infected, the Lesbian Zombies have an appetite for sausages not the hot dog or Bratwurst type… male genitalia!! In this story men are the victims.

I was thrown at times as it’s not for the conservative folk like me. To be honest, it’s is not my cup of tea because the sexual content is quite excessive.

It is well written and the artwork is beautiful. The story has the basis of a B-Rated Horror Movie with charm and the fun “lets’ get out of here!” ride like Sharknado. Very graphic with sexual content and gore for those who love this genre.

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