Lazaretto #1 MOBI Ê Kindle Edition


10 thoughts on “Lazaretto #1

  1. ♥ britt (Blissfully-Read) ♥ ♥ britt (Blissfully-Read) ♥ says:

    3.75 5 Overall pretty good, I felt like it gotexciting towards the end, but by then it was already over But seeing how it got started and whatnot was interesting and I m excited to get to the next issues and see how it all plays out.


  2. Claire Claire says:

    Ew, gross Giving me 28 Days Later realness Giving me Raw realness Giving me Hot Zone realness.


  3. Halle Halle says:

    I liked the premise of this series It s an interesting set up, and I m excited to see the direction the story will go


  4. Kim Kim says:

    Great start Love me an unexpected zombie tale Excited to find out where this goes.


  5. Estibaliz79 Estibaliz79 says:

    Read your Camus, kiddies There s a plague heading our way They fancied themselves free, and no one will ever be free so long as there are pestilences Pandemic reading This holds promise but, I m not going to lie to you, it was also quite a squirmish read for this time and age Though, of course, this canine flu is not the coronavirus, there s a lot of images that reminds us of it here and there the RA giving away hand sanitizer, the intimate contacts that once seemed so natural but the Read your Camus, kiddies There s a plague heading our way They fancied themselves free, and no one will ever be free so long as there are pestilences Pandemic reading This holds promise but, I m not going to lie to you, it was also quite a squirmish read for this time and age Though, of course, this canine flu is not the coronavirus, there s a lot of images that reminds us of it here and there the RA giving away hand sanitizer, the intimate contacts that once seemed so natural but they facilitate the spreading shared cigarettes, kisses, sweaty dancing , all those daily things that hundreds of people touch and therefore are vectors of contagion flush, doors, water fountains.Luckily and yes, there s a lot of irony here , the disease in Lazaretto isof a zombie thing, which promises to be fun Though I think this could also turn into a muchphilosophical thing, or a power related story.Excited to keep reading and find out


  6. Ingrid Ingrid says:

    I originally heard about this from my local comic book stores Intagram Lazaretto is illustrated by someone from my hometown, so I had to pick it up I originally did not know anything about the story, I just wanted to support a local artist The girl helping me at the comic store told me it was about a virus breaking out at a college, which made me eveninterested.This is a single issue, so it s relatively short We got introduced to the characters and the setting I m very interested in c I originally heard about this from my local comic book stores Intagram Lazaretto is illustrated by someone from my hometown, so I had to pick it up I originally did not know anything about the story, I just wanted to support a local artist The girl helping me at the comic store told me it was about a virus breaking out at a college, which made me eveninterested.This is a single issue, so it s relatively short We got introduced to the characters and the setting I m very interested in continuing this series, and see how the story unfolds


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Lazaretto #1 ➸ Lazaretto #1 Download ➿ Author Clay McLeod Chapman – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk After a pandemic strikes, a dorm complex at a small American college is quarantined with all of the students trapped within What first starts out as youthful freedom from authority soon devolves into After a pandemic strikes, a dorm complex at a small American college is quarantined with all of the students trapped within What first starts out as youthful freedom from authority soon devolves into a violent new society it s Lord of the Flies on a college campus From writer Clay McLeod Chapman Spider Verse, Ultimate Spider Man, American Vampire, Vertigo Quarterly , whose most recent play, Stump Speeches, was a New York Times Critics Pick and introducing artist Jey Levang.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 28 pages
  • Lazaretto #1
  • Clay McLeod Chapman
  • 11 January 2019