An SDSU professor has created a class that uses the living dead as a teaching tool, and books like Max Brooks' “Zombie Survival Guide” are required reading.
Legendary Comics’ Shadow Walk is based on a dead-simple idea: what if the “valley of the shadow of death” mentioned in the bible wasn’t a metaphor, but an actual place?
Comixology, the cloud-based digital comic delivery system, just announced that they're partnering with notorious horror comic publisher Avatar Press. Here are some of our favorites among their upcoming titles.
Since "World War Z" has such firm roots in classic zombie lore, it’s worth asking: which groundbreaking works in the history of zombie films, TV shows, and video games most influenced this massive summer hit?
This art book offers new insight into what ended up on the screen with the (mostly) final shooting script, production art, design sketches, and storyboards. Read on for the full review!
Here is a list of things you probably know about World War Z:
WORLD WAR Z is an often exciting action epic, and a pretty gripping saga of one man’s attempt to survive amidst, and perhaps find a solution for, a global catastrophe.
I don't recall if Max Brooks' World War Z was a smash hit when it hit bookstore shelves in the fall of 2006, but it's safe to say that it has quickly become one of the most beloved tomes in all of zombie fandom.
I’ve got a confession to make. I actually haven’t read Max Brook’s novel of ‘World War Z’ just yet. I have however enjoyed immensely his previous book, the comical ‘The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From The Living Dead'