Everyone knows that the state of Florida can be a pretty scary place -- swamps, alligators, bugs the size of small cars, zombies ... zombies?! Escaping the stresses of city life, a young single mom visits her own mother in the hurricane state, only to find more tension -- and of a seriously freakish nature. Writer/artist Rich Tommaso has an inviting, clear-line style and a knack for blending the creepiness of everyday existence with the surreal feel of a `50s creature feature. With a weed-whacker for a weapon and the world against her, this punk-rock mommy will take down every zombie in the state of Florida, if need be. Is Florida really haunted by the undead? Or is it just the recent presidential election that makes it seem so?!
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Rich Tommaso was born and raised in what he calls "one of the dullest parts of the New Jersey suburban-lands." The young, Atlanta-based (for now) artist watches too many depressing films by people like Fassbender, Mike Leigh, Ken Loach and the like, and reads a lot of fiction. Tommaso has managed to contribute quite a bit of work in his short, seven-year career of writing and drawing original comic books, and two of his original series have been collected into graphic novels - Clover Honey (through Fantagraphics Books) and The Horror of Collier County, published by Dark Horse Comics.
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