There have been some graphic novel works of very (very, very, very) short zombie stories by Max Brooks... but they fall far short of the masterpiece that is "World War Z."
Other graphic novels by Max Brooks include "The Harlem Hellfighters" which is sadly zombie-free as it is a graphic novel about a real life African-American brigade that fought in World War I. It still looks very cool and you can bet your sweet bippy that I'll be trying to get my hands on it as soon as it comes out.
"To give an example, here is a scene from 'Mind MGMT:'
"The only thing wrong with the scene is that the drawing SUCKS! Seriously! The lines are hastily sketched in and are distracting to the eyes in the way they fail to connect. The faces of the passengers are so crudely drawn and undifferentiated in style that the main character has to have a beard and sunglasses. Otherwise he would be unrecognizable in a sea of faces that are even less individual than the faces in an 'Archie' comic book. In panels four and five we can't tell if there is a row of seats behind the two people in the foreground or if the seats themselves are vibrating. Similarly the watercolors are sloppy and fail to adequately fill the spaces they are coloring. This leads to unexpected snips of white between where the color ends and the actual border of the space being colored which is amateurish and damned distracting to the eye.
"Did I just compare Matt Kindt's illustrations to the illustrators of the 'Archie' comics? My apologies to the illustrators of the 'Archie' comics. Hell, at least the 'Archie' artists know how to connect their lines and color competently!
Not that he'll ever read that, but a schmuck can dream!