Salem, VA: R.R. Donnelley, Inc., 2011. Baldeon and Treece; Kaluta & Martin. First Book Edition. Pictorial boards. 4to (11" x 7 3/4"); chocolate brown boards with large gilt lettering; adapted by Jim McCann; Pencils by David Baldeon & Jeremy Treece; pictorial dust jacket; ~196 pages (includes at the rear 5 issues of color art by Michael Wm. Kaluta with Jim Charalampidis (#1); Michael Wm. Kaluta & Frank Martin (#s 2-5); plus the Collected Edition variant cover by Janet Lee.). Near Fine / Fine. Item #476
This spooky variation of the uplifting Dickens' original "Ghost Story" relates how stingy Ebenezer Scrooge entered his journey of redemption that had been caused by a swarm of ravenous zombies. After supernatural visitations by dead Jacob Marley, who had been killed by zombies and the Ghosts of Christmases "Past," "Present," and "Yet to Come," Scrooge discovers that he is London's only hope. This is an unusual twist on the classic Christmas tale and ghost story written by Charles Dickens.
Overall an attractive, unusual version. DJ's unclipped & fine; corner's of boards are slightly bumped.