Max Brooks' "Recorded Attacks" is a visual appendix to his "Zombie Survival Guide". In that book, references are made to previous outbreaks hundreds of years ago, and this collection of illustrated stories details some of those outbreaks, going as far back as 60,000 B.C. in Katanda, Central Africa through an archipelago discovered by the pirate Francis Drake in 1579 where natives took their sick to be given "eternal life" to a more modern account in Joshua Tree National Park in 1992. Brooks' tales are quite intriguing and entertaining, but what makes this graphic collection stand out are the grotesquely detailed creatures from illustrator Ibraim Roberson. His images of rotting, walking corpses with deep bite marks and entrails leaking from stomachs almost drip and ooze off the page. They're wonderfully creepy and make this one of the better zombie graphic collections on the market.