"We came up to the main gym. Those things were packed inside like sardines. Just standing there, they didn’t make a sound, they just stood. As soon as we pushed inside the room, they all turned and moved on us. We advanced shoulder to shoulder, firing as we went. Around me I could see soldiers disappear into the crowd of zombies. Like a sinking ship slipping beneath the waves. By the... [click here for more]
Zombies menace humanity, yet we barely understand them.
There are books that show you how to kill the undead but this is the first study to explain the importance of zombies to us. Zombies of the World reveals the undead to be a valuable part of our ecosystem and the key to new discoveries in medicine and technology.No other book covers these topics. Zombies of the World brilliantly documents that... [click here for more]
Resident Evil is a multidimensional as well as multimedia universe: various books, graphic novels, games and movies (the fifth one came out in 2012) all contribute to this enormous universe.
The essays written for this volume will focus on this particular zombie manifestation and its significance in popular culture. The essayists come from very different fields, so it was possible to cover a wide... [click here for more]
A great introduction to the classic long running comic horror series Deadworld!
A chronicle of the Deadworld as told by the various characters who experience the horror of a supernatural holocaust unleashed upon the Earth. Each entry has an illustrated single scene accompanied by a narration of the character that ties in directly with that point in time.
Featuring incredible artwork from 48 different... [click here for more]
The Multifarious Walking Dead in the 21st Century
Since the early 2000s, popular culture has experienced a "Zombie Renaissance," beginning in film and expanding into books, television, video games, theatre productions, phone apps, collectibles and toys.
Zombies have become allegorical figures embodying cultural anxieties, but they also serve as models for concepts in economics, political... [click here for more]
If you've read the independent satire, sci-fi, horror sensation that is the Island of Dr. Morose; you know how deliciously gruesome, gory and gritty it is. What you may not know is that author Mike Gagnon originally conceived of the book as a graphic novel, a project that was completely plotted, fully scripted before the project ultimately died. Like any great story, or zombie, it just wouldn't rest,... [click here for more]