After the fecal matter in the makeup Necrophilique
disaster, Amanda Feral is desperate to make some money; in
her business, show business, her company and her image are
interchangeable. Therefore, she's going to brave the world
of reality television in order to keep her image fresher
than her zombie-self normally permits.
With relationship issues with a werewolf, a vampire strip-
club-owner for a mother, and the seductive star of the show
supposedly a corpse (and not the fun walking-around kind),
Amanda is going to have to use all of her star qualities to
keep the reapers off her chilly tail and her image in the
BATTLE OF THE NETWORK ZOMBIES (following HAPPY HOUR OF THE
DAMNED and ROAD TRIP OF THE LIVING DEAD) is hysterical! The
one-liners just keep multiplying, and the cast of
characters get more unbelievable with every page. Mark
Henry pens an epically riotous page-turner.
In Seattle's undead circles, Amanda Feral is one of the
beautiful zombies. Of course, when you're socializing with
werewolves, devils, and rampaging yetis, there's not that
much competition. Still, Amanda has a stylish rep to
maintain, which is getting tricky now that her tanking ad
agency is obliterating her finances. The fastest way to make
some cash: appear on a new reality show, American
Minions, hosted by lecherous wood nymph Johnny Birch.
Classy? Maybe not, but a girl's gotta eat.
zombie gal pal Wendy posing as her bitchy agent, Amanda
settles in to "Minions Mansion," crowded with 24-7 video
cameras and undead fame whores. When Johnny is found
incinerated in a locked room, Amanda decides to channel her
inner Miss Marple (minus the fugly cardigans) and find out
who's responsible. Was it Hairy Sue, the white trash
stripper yeti? Tanesha, the glamorous trannie werewolf?
Angie, the Filipino vampire with a detachable head?
Unveiling the culprit in a heart-stopping finale won't just
save the show from cancellation, it might just keep Amanda
aliveóor as close as a ghoul can get...