Katrina Hates Dead Shit by Russell Nohelty and Juan Frigeri
KATRINA HATES DEAD SHIT is a comic book about a badass chick who’s survived the apocalypse, and now lives in a small town full of demons, mutants, and other survivors. Katrina fights hordes of monsters as she deals with zombie ex-roommates, plague infested frenemies, demon ex-boyfriends and a boss that she constantly wants to murder.
Created and written by up-and-comer Russell Nohelty (Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter) and illustrated by incredible first-time talent, Juan Frigeri (yes! This is his VERY FIRST comic, which is unbelievable!), it’s a non-stop action-packed piece of awesome and shows that once the world ends, the suck fest is just beginning.
Lying somewhere between Fright Night, Shaun of the Dead, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, KATRINA is an irreverent, tongue-in-cheek approach to the post-apocalyptic action-horror genre. Katrina is a character as flawed as she is tough, and as likable as she is caustic.
Russell Nohelty’s story is a strong character piece with a sense of humor, and an epic journey that doesn’t end the way you’d expect!
Juan Frigeri may be new to the comics scene, but he’s a natural born storyteller. His fluid linework and classic layouts place KATRINA a giant notch above the average indie book!
Katrina handles living during the Apocalypse in stride, until her “frenemy’s” boyfriend is killed to prevent the outbreak of a highly contagious zombie plague. Furious and sick of all the bullshit that humans have to deal with on a daily basis, Katrina and Co. set out for Hell itself, to force the Devil to return things to normal.
During their travel they get caught up with a rouge army of demons trying to take Hell back, a friendly zombie that helps them navigate the paths of the afterlife, and even an angel that can’t stand the doldrums of Heaven. Katrina and her ragtag group battle demons, the undead, Cerberus, and even Charon before they finally get to Satan’s castle and prepare for an epic showdown.
Katrina Hates Dead Shit is a tongue-in-cheek look at how surviving the Apocalypse may suck donkey balls but it’s not the end of the world.