Remote: Dead Air Sweepstakes!

We want to send you a copy of Remote: Dead Air—written by Bill Jemas and Michael Coast, with art by Young Heller—available now from Double Take!

Double Take’s new comic book universe expands upon the world established by the 1968 cult classic Night of the Living Dead. These graphic novels are populated by everything from hordes of walking dead to teams of teenage superheroes, from trigger-happy cops to mad scientists, from attractive aliens to a 51-foot tall woman. Each series can be read alone or as part of the larger universe, as the series cross over with one another: The couple who gets in a car accident in the opening pages of Honor ends up in the hospital featured in Medic. Samantha Stanton is the star of Remote, but her radio show can be heard throughout just about every other series. These character crossovers, overlapping news reports, and interweaved timelines all serve to create a world into which readers can delve for hours at a time.

One of the most vibrant new characters in Double Take’s universe is Remote‘s Samantha Stanton. What starts out as a fight for survival during an overnight shift in a radio station evolves into Samantha becoming a larger than life media sensation. While Samantha finds help from her undead assistants, her competitors, a bilious Bible-thumper and a sociopathic rock DJ, engage Samantha in a no holds barred ratings war. Meanwhile, the globe-trotting owner of all three stations pulls the strings behind the scenes.

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