How To Save The World: A Beginner’s Guide
Written and drawn by Owen Heitmann
Rated T for Teen+ audiences due to occasional coarse language and sexual references
Genre: Comedy, zombie, adventure
Size: US comic book size
Page count: 48 pages plus covers
B&W interior pages with colour covers
High school student Chester Kennedy and his friends think that the worst the near future has in store for them is the possibility of a pop quiz. They couldn’t be any more wrong.
In the tradition of Joss Whedon’s Buffy The Vampire Slayer, How To Save The World proves that fighting against occult evil doesn’t need to get in the way of battling more universal teenage problems.
Delivered with a mix of heartfelt emotion and deadpan slacker humour, it’s a laconic, sardonic and ironic trip through a high school that you never went to, but wish you did – apart from all the mystical killings, that is.
Equal parts homage to and parody of B-grade teen supernatural horror movies, How To Save The World is a feast of pseudo teen angst, crisp, bold visuals and pop cultural references up the wazoo.
|17 × 26 × 0.4 cm