Vance Campbell just wanted to score some free Comicon tickets. Now he finds himself trapped on the underground mezzanine level, after hours, with real zombies.
After hours. Underground. Trapped. With real zombies.
Humble garbageman Vance Campbell doesn’t care very much for comic books, superheros, or pop culture in general, but his wife does, so he has volunteered to work at the local convention to get tickets for her and their daughter.
But when a freak earthquake literally shakes things up, the festive weekend takes a turn for the worse.
Now, Vance finds himself trapped by a broken elevator on the mezzanine level with a motley crew of other volunteers, vendors, and celebrities. To get out they’ll have to make their way around to the other elevator—and straight through a hungry horde of undead spawned by the earthquake—before the horror envelops the rest of Comicon, and his family.
If you like campy apocalyptic adventures that don’t sacrifice scientific plausibility for great fun, where the characters are locked in a desperate battle against unknown forces, with neither the skills nor the equipment to handle the violent task, and you like turning blood-soaked pages as fast as you can, laughing with your heart pounding all the while, you’ll love Zombies Versus Comicon.