Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter – Act 2: The Hecking Heck of It (Digital .PDF)

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Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter – Act 2: The Hecking Heck of It (Digital .PDF)

60 pages. 5 chapters, each by a different artist. 5 full-page chapter title illustrations. 2 guest art spotlight pages. Several full-page pinup illustrations. And more…

Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter – Act 2: the Heckin Heck of It, written by Jayel Draco, features artwork from Angela Oddling, James Groeling, Daniel Hooker, Michel Abstracto, Wren Rios, “Skooba” Steve Myers, and Whitney Cook, with lettering from Cardinal Rae and cover art by stevieraedrawn

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Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter is a zombie-apocalypse caper of ridiculous proportions. First, some decomposing jerk bites our half-goblin half-pint hero, Mr. Guy. Then, his bite wound gets haunted by a sassy floating skull named Spooky—who comes with neato powers! Now, if they want to get back to their old lives, they’ll have to cure zombieism. 

In Act 2: The Hecking Heck of It, they’ll confront…

  • The Big D’s darkest hole in Heck
  • A murder swamp full of zombified gators
  • A crankypants orisha
  • Eldritch horrors beyond their wildest dreams
  • A nefarious necromancer
  • And lots more!

But Mr. Guy isn’t just any comic book. It’s an art-thology—one continuous story illustrated by multiple amazing artists. 

Act 2: The Hecking Heck of It was written by Jayel Draco. It features artwork from Angela Oddling, James Groeling, Daniel Hooker, Michel Abstracto, Wren Rios, “Skooba” Steve Myers, and Whitney Cook, with lettering from Cardinal Rae and cover art by stevieraedrawn.

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Here’s what they’re saying:

“Wisecracking zombie hunter is decidedly not up my alley, but you know what? I loved the first installment and will keep reading.”
—Laurie Daniels, reader

Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter isn’t your typical zombie story…that is unless your typical zombie story takes you to vastly different locales, incorporates handsome farmers with zombie cows, and the spirit of the dead that inhabits the hero’s zombified arm…Then, yeah. It’s just like your typical zombie story, only BETTER!”
—Erica Schultz (Forgotten Home, Daredevil)

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