Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Zombie Attack Barbie

From Sarah Anne Langton...

"From the 1950s onwards girls were encouraged to hone their zombie slaughtering skills in preparation for the inevitable apocalypse. Though young ladies dispose of the undead with ease today, toys such as Mattel’s 1962 ‘Zombie Attack Barbie’ were instrumental in helping to habituate girls to a new social norm where zombie disposal would become a very necessary life skill..."

Newish Jack T. Chick tract: THE WALKING DEAD?

If you're familiar with the often Catholic-hating and apocalyptic works of fundamentalist Christian cartoonist, Jack Chick, the thought of a zombie-themed comic should fill you with some kind of sick joy. And it does not disappoint.

Friday, November 4, 2011

What is coming to get you? State by State

This infographic lays out your most likely villain by state. Mainenites, look out for that Steven King! He will briefly remind you of somebody who has the skill to terrify you with literature!

Originally from very small array.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

That's Not Your Mommy Anymore

How do you prepare a child for his first dental appointment, or for his parents divorcing? In my family, the answer was always with a book! If only I had had access to That's Not Your Mommy Anymore before my mother turned my brother into a six foot tall Slim Jim...

Written by Matt Mogk, founder of the Zombie Research Society, this illustrated paperback prepares kids for the - let's be honest here - INEVITABLE rising of the dead bent on consuming the flesh of the living. It's fact, people. Why not stock your nieces' & nephews' stockings with terror this year?

#Zombies: Followers of the Dead

Once again I get to say, "Here's a cute zombie short. You may remember this comedy group from their adult Mario spoof a little while back." Except I'm talking about a different zombie short, a different comedy group, and a different Mario spoof. Eerie. Enjoy!