Where's the best place to go to survive a zombie attack? Quite possibly your local library.
In the McPherson Library's comic, “Library of the Living Dead,” McPherson College is in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, and some of the students end up taking refuge in Miller Library.
The comic itself is both short and entertaining. One is treated to a tour of McPherson Library by an industrious librarian who does his best to keep his students alive during the attack. The comic has everything from decapitation to lasers, and it also illustrates good search techniques. Furthermore, the back matter outlines even more search techniques, the use of Boolean operators, and the importance of consulting databases. There’s even a section on the Dewey Decimal System.
Ultimately, the comic does a good job of blending information with humor and adds a healthy side of zombies. If you’re looking for a fun, fast, and charmingly theatrical introduction to libraries, then this is your comic.
The "Library of the Living Dead" was written by Matt Upson and C. Michael Hall, with Michael also working as the artist. Dustin Evans was the colorist for the comic. You can see more comics that they've collaborated on here: http://upsonlibrarian.weebly.com/library-comics.html