Marvel Zombies. Correct order to read them in?

Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by Rob Grant, Mar 15, 2009.

  1. Rob Grant

    Rob Grant Lieutenant

    Mar 15, 2009
    Hi all.. so ive got most of the Marvel Zombies books..

    can anyone tell me which order to read them in.. In-Universe (or Multiverse as it were)

    this is what i have collected so far..

    Marvel Zombies: Dead Days
    Ultimate Fantastic Four #21-23
    Marvel Zombies 1 (Collection of the 5 Comics)
    Ultimate Fantastic Four #030-032
    Black Panther v4 #28-31
    Marvel Zombies Vs Army Of Darkness

    i still wanna get Marvel Zombies 2 and 3 TPB but i wanna start reading the ones i have collected.. are these all the ones i need to read that occur before Marvel Zombies 2?


  2. TheBrew

    TheBrew Vice Admiral Admiral

    Oct 19, 2001
    Fox Lady
    I know that in publishing order, you want Ultimate FF, then MZ1, then UFF 30-32, then BP, then MZ v AoD. I think Dead Days came after UFF 30-32, but not sure. Story-wise, I would read UFF, then Dead Days, then MZ1, then Black Panther and then move on to MZ2 and MZ3. UFF 30-32 doesn't have much to do with the verse itself, just the final fates of the Zombie FF. I haven't read MZ v. AoD, so I can't help you much there where to read it. I would probably do it at the end of your current list like you have it.

    The way you have it is fine as well, but I think I would start with UFF since that was the intro to the universe and the other books (even the prequel) might reference that.
  3. Thrall

    Thrall Commodore Commodore

    Jun 12, 2007
    A Quesada Free Zone.
    I couldn't get into this series after they turned The Punisher into a joke character. I was hopping for a redo of Garth Ennis's classic What If story, "Punisher Kills The Entire Marvel Universe". That story makes Marvel Zombies wet the bed at night. Ash is cool and everything, but he's no Frank.
  4. OdoWanKenobi

    OdoWanKenobi Admiral Admiral

    Jan 2, 2003
    The Army of Darkness crossover takes place at the same time as Dead Days so you can read those two together. Both detail the very start of the outbreak.