Coscom Entertainment

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Coscom Entertainment is a Canadian publisher. It is mainly known for comic books, although it is now publishing an increasing range of mashup books combining classical public domain literature with zombie fiction.[1] Publications include Ryan C. Thomas's The Summer I Died,[1] works by author and publisher A.P. Fuchs (a.k.a. Peter Fox),[2] and Eric S. Brown's The War of the Worlds Plus Blood, Guts and Zombies, World War of the Dead and Bigfoot War.It has also published several other 'zombie-enhanced' pastische works of classic literature, such as The Undead Land of Oz, Robin Hood and Friar Tuck: Zombie Hunters, Dracula versus Zombula, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Zombie Jim, Anna Karnivora and Alice in Zombieland [3] The company also published the 475 page flash fiction collection Small Bites on zombies, animal attacks and were creatures as a fundraiser for author Charles L. Grant's medical care.[4]


  • A.P. Fuchs is Canadian horror/dark fantasy writer[5] from Winnipeg, Manitoba. He is also the author of several novels. His work includes The Way of the Fog, Still About A Girl, Magic Man and April, which was written under the pseudonym, Peter Fox.