The administrator of this site (handmaregisea.ml) cannot be held responsible for what its users post, or any other actions of its users. You may not use this site to. iZOMBIE is a comic book series created by writer Chris Roberson and Michael Allred, published by DC Comics's Vertigo imprint beginning in. iZombie #1 - 28 + TPB Vol. 1 - 4 () FREE Comics Download on CBR CBZ Format. Download FREE DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse.

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Read iZombie comic online free and high quality. Fast loading speed, unique reading type: All pages - just need to scroll to read next page. Gwen Dylan is a gravedigger in an eco-friendly cemetery--and a zombie detective. Once a month, she has to eat a human brain, and as a result, Gwen's mind is. uVampire (iZombie) [Chris Roberson, Michael Allred] on handmaregisea.ml and Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War II, and the comic book series Cinderella: From Fabletown More to Explore See sample pages from iZombie Vol. 2: uVampire. [ PDF].

They figure that Boss will want to know, but Drake still refuses. When they point out that there's three of them, Drake attacks them.

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One of them smashes a bottle over Drake's head, and he goes full-on zombie. Once he knocks out the men, Drake goes to see Blaine and warns that Boss is going to figure out that he's the inside man, and that Blaine is going to get him killed.

Blaine assures him that soon Boss will fall and he'll take over the crime lord's empire. The next day, Liv and Clive go to the LeGare home. There's no sign of garden, and a doormat declaring love is in the house.

A burly tattooed man answers the door, and introduces himself as Todd, Andy's home health aide. Todd invites them in and Andy wheels out in a wheelchair. Clive tells him that someone poisoned Grace, and Andy breaks into tears.

Once he calms down, Andy says that he doesn't garden and Todd does everything. Liv sees a photo of Andy and Grace together and both standing. Andy explains that he was a firefighter and a support beam collapsed on him five years ago.

The only person he can think of who disliked Grace was Muriel, a co-worker at the library. Todd motions Liv out and then starts kissing her. After a moment, she kisses him back Meanwhile, Andy says that Grace sold her first novel and was going to quit her job when the money came in.

He confirms that it was a romance novel.

Liv and Clive go to the library and talk to Muriel. She insists that she was friendly with Andy, but Grace used work time inappropriately to work on her book. Liv asks if Muriel was jealous of Grace's success, and Muriel scoffs and asks if they knew what kind of book it was. Clive answers that it was a romance novel and Muriel says that's one way of putting it. She lets them listen to the pre-release copy of the audiobook, read by Kristen Bell.

It's an erotic novel, and the passage they're listening to is depicting a sex scene in an airplane. Liv strokes Clive's back as she listens, to his discomfort. Later at the morgue, Liv starts flirting with Ravi. She slaps him on the butt and invites him to do the same to her.

A flustered Ravi asks if she ate a librarian from a porno, and she then gets control of herself, apologizing.

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She tells Ravi what she's going through, and he tells her to think about baseball. As she goes out, Drake comes in and Liv tries to control herself. Drake explains about how he lost control and needs some zombie advice, just as Ravi comes in and asks him for blood samples. Liv eagerly volunteers to do it, and warns him that he went into full-on zombie mode because there was acute stress. Drake says that Blaine has him doing odd jobs in return for brains, and asks if she could get brains from her instead.

Uneasy, Liv says that she doesn't know Drake well enough Clive is at his office when Dale comes over.

He has a file on Blaine, under his assumed name John Deaux and points out that Suzuki wrote "Blaine" on the wall of Meat Cute before the place died up. There are no records on Blaine, and they figure that someone in Seattle is protecting him.

Dale offers to check the FBI database, and they figure that they can bust him. As she goes, Dale says that they will be turning the missing guy's dog's GPS tracker that evening, and Clive volunteers to ride along with her. Dale says it's a long shot, but hopefully they'll find the Chaos Killer. Major takes Minor to a dog groomer and says that he'll be back at 7pm to pick him up. Liv and Peyton have lunch and Liv describes her date with Drake in explicit detail.

She finally explains that she's in horny librarian mode, and offers to read some of the book to her friend. However, when she goes online to download a copy, Liv discovers that the author listed is Emmanuelle LeFevre and figures that it's a pen name.

As she reads, Liv has a flash of Andy standing up and aggressively telling Grace to put on a less sexy dress - even though it's perfectly acceptable - telling her to wear something that's not going to make all his friends want to nail her. As Live comes out of her vision, Peyton is pre-ordering the book, saying Liv's not the only one going through a dry spell.

Later, Liv tells Clive what she saw and figures that Andy is jealous. Clive suggests that Andy isn't as cool with Grace's book as he let on and they go back to talk to him. Andy appears surprised that Grace used a pen name, and explains that she was thinking about it to protect their children if they ever had any.

Liv wonders if Grace was writing about her own sexual fantasies, and Andy admits that it couldn't have been easy for her being married to a man in a wheelchair.

As they look around outside, noting that there is nowhere to hypothetically grow hemlock, Liv spots an attractive flight attendant getting out of a taxi. They introduce themselves and the attendant, Alyssa Tramell, says that she knew Grace. Grace's husband comes out and Alyssa tells him that they're there about Grace's murder.

She gives the pair a pointed look when her husband isn't looking. Clive gives Alyssa his card and says that they might drop by if they don't hear from her. At the morgue, Major visits Ravi and Liv, talking about how many license plates they've found whilst they've been digging the field in search of the utopium.

Liv randomly asks if they've ever wrestled naked, and starts flirting with them both, to their amusement. Clive comes in and says that Alyssa called for a meeting, and invites Liv along. Once he goes, Liv explains that one of the missing rich guys had a dog with a GPS tracker. Major quickly excuses himself, goes to his car, hurriedly drinks Spuer Max, and then sprints away.

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Clive and Dale get stuck in traffic and Major runs past them before they can notice him. He gets to the dog groomer and asks for Minor but she says they're not done yet. He yells at her to give him his dog, and she looks unnerved. Major then apologizes and claims that he stole the dog from an abusive cop, who is now tracking the GPS.

He asks the woman to cover for him and say that he was never there. Dale and Clive arrive outside and Clive sees Major inside, but from the back so he can't tell who it is. Meanwhile, the woman brings Minor out and Major leaves.

Outside, Clive spots the GPS collar on a nearby bush. He points out that they're not far from the park where the tech guy was abducted, and figures that the abductor tossed it there. Major catches a bus back home and tells Minor that he's going to give him away, but that this time tomorrow he'll have a great new home. He admits that he's going to miss the dog.

He leaves Minor on the bus, gets off at a stop, and sadly watches the bus leave with Minor staring out the back window. The next day, Alyssa comes to the station.

She admits that Grace's book is about her, and she told Grace about her extra-marital affair because Andy wouldn't have sex with her since the accident and she'd been celibate for five years.

I mean, don't they have backhoes or something that do that? What year is this set in anyway? This a plot hole that others might complain about. Not me Unfortunately, once she chows down on their braaaaains Gwen get stuck with that person's memories for a while.

And the last guy she ate was done in by a serial killer. Gwen the Avenging Zombie! With the help of her BFF the ghost and a Were-Terrier who has a crush on her, she sets out to find out what happened to the nice man that she ate.

But that's not all! There's also a group of hot vampire chicks that run a late-nite paintball service, and a smexy monster hunter who thinks Gwen is awfully sweet. Does he not notice that she's got a blue tinge to her skin?

How does a Monster Hunter miss that little tidbit, I wonder? I just roll with that shit, baby!

So the fem-vamps inadvertently attracted the attention of this ancient group of Hunters. These gals as a whole seem pretty benign, because they only take little sips of of their paint-balling clients.

And really, if someone deserves to bleed, it's grown men shooting themselves with paint Unfortunately, there was this one rogue diva who decided to go all Suck 'em Dry! There's always that one Creature of the Night that won't get in line!It's a refreshingly original setup, and Roberson doesn't stop there.

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Beautifully rendered by the popular Allred, his unusual stylings lend the perfect off-kilter vision required for this oddball concept. Unfortunately, once she chows down on their braaaaains Gwen get stuck with that person's memories for a while. Ravi Chakrabarti played by Rahul Kohli , which provides her with a steady supply of brains from murder victims which she must eat in order to retain her intelligence. View all 8 comments. Meanwhile, things heat up between Blaine and someone quite unexpected.

Clive tells him that someone poisoned Grace, and Andy breaks into tears. It didn't seem very authentically Eugene, either - no hippies, no hipsters, but paintball, diners, and wrestling mags - not that you can't be into wrestling but there were so few details, so it struck me as kind of incongruous that there'd be more wrestling magazines than hipsters in Eugene.


The character development aspect was a bit incompetent.