As Vampires rise to rule the world, a Hindu mommy's boy must cut the apron-strings and protect a motley group of survivors taking refuge in his suburban convenience store. E.L.E [Extinction Level Event] - An inter-dimensional Vampire has infected mankind in preparation for the rest of its race to be brought through a portal from their world to ours. Mankind falls almost overnight, but all is not lost; two Indian shop-keepers, Raj and Vimal, still have the corner store open 24/7 and a rag-tag group of survivors taking refuge within will battle to the bitter end, if they can only survive each other. "Shaun of the Dead meets Clerks in Bollywood"
- 203.2 x 254 x 2.03mm | 127.01g
- 14 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- colour illustrations
About Barry Duffield
Barry Duffield was a young boy growing up in Australia when he fell in love with all things cinematic. It led him to a successful career as an actor, as well as a screenwriter, now he's also the author of his first graphic novel 'Deadman's Land' and his second 'Tandoori Apocalypse: issue #1 Bombay Rounding is the first in a series of four. Duffield began his acting career in 1987, most recently playing Lugo on the highly regarded 'Spartacus' TV series. He graduated from South Seas Film and Television School in 1997 with a degree in screenwriting and directing. He was selected for the 2009 New Zealand Film Commission First Writers Initiative and served on the New Zealand Writers Guild board as the Northern Regional Representative.