At The ShoreAt The Shore by Jim Campbell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Well, what a surprise this turned out to be! Amazon has this listed as horror but it is not at all. How can I describe this? It has zombies (the slow variety), zombie fish, loch ness monsters, a mad scientist who likes to be called "Professor" and sea weed mining. Set in a science fiction-y sounding fictional town some college kids have an adventure at the shore. This is a parody of old zombie films and the "mad scientist" sci-fi shows. The dialogue is at times very formal, sarcastic or naive (Gee, swell). One girl keeps telling nonsensical stories about her father who is a sea weed miner. Another boy is there but doesn't really have a part. And each issue shows a TV in the living room flashing a seventies show: MASH, Gilligan's Island, Sesame Street, etc along with an Atari game at one point. Honestly, at first, I didn't know what the heck was going on (especially since I was expecting horror) but then I realized it was fantastically hilarious. Very weird, but hysterical! Props!