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Evil Dead 2: Omnibus
Evil Dead 2: Omnibus

Evil Dead 2: Omnibus

Evil Dead 2 Omnibus


300 Pages, 8.0 x 12.0

Formats: Cloth

Cloth, $59.99 (US $59.99) (CA $80.99)

Publication Date: September 2019

ISBN 9781732134010

Rights: WOR

Space Goat Productions, Inc. (Sep 2019)

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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Evil Dead 2 with this 8x12 OVERSIZED OMNIBUS of the Evil Dead 2 comic books! Demonic Hordes! Mirror Dimension! Lovecraftian Horrors! The complete “sequel before the other sequel” has been collected into one massive 300-page Necronomicon-sized tome. Certified 100% Groovy!


"It's a surprise this kind of story hasn't happened before, but it's one that fans of both the Evil Dead franchise and writer H. P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos might enjoy. Give it a try." — Comics for Sinners

"Certified Groovy!" — Forces of Geek

"If you're a fan of Evil Dead, you've got to get your hands on a copy of this!" — Comic Wow

"Here we once again have some folks who clearly have an Evil Dead story to tell." — The Scoop

Author Biography

Frank Hannah (1971) was born in Clydebank, Scotland, but grew up in Southern California in the shadow of Hollywood. Primarily a screenwriter, Frank writes for film and television, but has also written video games and comic books. His first produced film, The Cooler, became an indie sensation at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. He continues to work as a freelance writer.Oscar Bazaldua began his career as a comic book artist and illustrator in 1977 for Heavy Metal megazine. Oscar's breakout success in North American comic books began with his run on the Evil Dead 2 comic book series, including Beyond Dead by Dawn, Cradle of the Damned, and Dark Ones Rising. Georgia Ball has been writing for an audience since 2004 when she launched a webcomic with her husband, artist Scott Ball. Scooter and Ferret ran until 2010 when she ended the strip to work on licensed comic books. Since then she's written for a variety of all-ages properties including Transformers, Scooby Doo, Disney Princesses, Strawberry Shortcake and Evil Dead 2. Recent projects have included Disney's Frozen Comic Collection from Joe Books, three Strawberry Shortcake graphic novels from IDW Publishing and two graphic novels for Scholastic's Graphix imprint. She is also the writer of Dark Lily from Space Goat Productions.Jeffrey J. Mariotte is the bestselling, multiple-award-winning author of more than seventy novels, including dark thriller EMPTY ROOMS, original supernatural thrillers SEASON OF THE WOLF, COLD BLACK HEARTS, RIVER RUNS RED and MISSING WHITE GIRL, horror epic THE SLAB, thriller THE DEVIL'S BAIT, and the Bram Stoker-Award nominated teen horror quartet DARK VENGEANCE, as well as books set in the universes of Mafia III, NCIS: New Orleans and NCIS: Los Angeles, Supernatural, CSI, Star Trek, Spider-Man, Superman, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Conan the Barbarian, 30 Days of Night, and more. His occasional nonfiction includes the true crime book CRIMINAL MINDS: SERIAL KILLERS, SOCIOPATHS & OTHER DEVIANTS. Some of his short horror fiction has been collected in NINE FRIGHTS.Tyrone Templeton is a Canadian comic book artist and writer who has drawn a number of mainstream titles, TV-associated titles, and his own series. He's written Batman & Robin Adventures, Batman 66,  The Simpsons, and The Batman Adventures. The latter of which won him the Joe Schuster "Outstanding Writer" award. Most recently, he's worked on Buffy the Vampire Slayer for Dark hours and Evil Dead 2 for Space Goat Productions.Justin Peniston is one-half of Big & Tall Tales, and co-creator of Hunter Black and Rocket Queen and The Wrench, among other, more famous comics and cartoons (Ben 10, Avengers Assemble!, Blue Beetle, JSA, Evil Dead 2). If you were to ask Justin where he was from, he would tell you Los Angeles, unless he was actually in Los Angeles (where he lives), in which case he would answer Washington, DC (where he grew up). His mom is in DC, his wife in LA, so either answer works, really.Dave Land has worked as a comics editor since 1996 including fifteen years as a Senior Editor with Dark Horse Comics, working on titles including Star Wars, Tony Millionaire's Sock Monkey, Sergio Aragonés' Groo, and Conan. Dave's books have won three Eisners and one Harvey and he has worked with two successive Russ Manning award winners, Jerome Opeña (2003) and Eric Wight (2004). He's worked with licensors including Lucasfilm, Fox, Blizzard, Pixar, and Disney as well as some of the world's best comics creators including the legendary Jerry Robinson, Al Williamson, and Carlos Meglia. Dave is also proud to have written the series Werewolves on the Moon: Versus Vampires with the Fillbach Brothers and the series Star Wars: Infinities — The Empire Strikes Back. Dave spends his time trying not to take life too seriously with his wife, daughter, and two cats in Portland, Oregon.