The eighth volume in the bestselling Invader ZIM comic series based on the hit Nickelodeon TV series.
When Dib wakes up one cold, depressing morning to find that ZIM is actually his brother, could things get any worse? The answer, as always, is yes, as told in these five amazing standalone Invader ZIM stories collected in trade for the first time! What happens when GIR gets hit by a falling girder in the presence of a full human audience? Who’s telling the truth when an alien kidnaps Dib, Gaz, ZIM, and GIR to find out who destroyed his prize robot? And why does ZIM think it’s perfectly normal to give out raw steaks on Halloween? The answer, as always, is yes!
Sam Logan is best known as the creator of Sam and Fuzzy, a massive comedy adventure series that he has been writing and illustrating for over 15 years. He's also either partly or completely responsible for President Dog, Skull Panda, the Underground RPG, and a lot of unrelated problems. He lives in Vancouver, BC with his two dogs. (They're very good boys.)
Eric Trueheart was one of the original writers on the Invader ZIM television series back when there was a thing called “television.” Since then, he’s made a living writing moderately-inappropriate things for people who make entertainment for children, including Dreamworks Animation, Cartoon Network, Disney TV, PBS, Hasbro and others. Upon reading this list, he now thinks he maybe should have become a dentist, and he hates teeth.
Kate Sherron is an artist, designer, and comic book writer from whose comics credits include The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time, Rugrats, Labyrinth: A Discovery Adventure, and, of course, Invader ZIM. Kate also wrangles hellbeasts in an amateur capacity and lives in St. Louis, MO.
Fred C. Stresing is a colorist, artist, writer, and letterer for a variety of comics. You may recognize his work from Invader ZIM. He has been making comics his whole life, from the age of six. He has gotten much better since then. He currently resides in Savannah, Georgia with his wife and two cats. He doesn’t know how the cats got there, they are not his.