What happens when zombies AND vampires terrorize normal living people? We’ll find out in July when George A. Romero Empire of the Dead #1 arrives. Until then, take a look at this sneak peek Marvel sent over.
Munchkin is a dedicated deck card game by Steve Jackson Games, written by Steve Jackson and illustrated by John Kovalic, that has a humorous take on role-playing games.
This week on Munchkin Land, what else does Steve Jackson Games have for you? How about Zombie Dice!
Eat brains. Don’t get shotgunned. You are a zombie. You want brains. More brains than any of your zombie buddies. Zombie Dice is a quick and easy game for gamers and non-gamers alike. The 13 custom dice represent victims. Push your luck to eat their brains, but stop rolling before the shotgun blasts end your turn! Zombie Dice is a dice game for 3 to 8 players. Each game takes 10 to 20 minutes, and can be taught in a single round.
What would happen if the Marvel Zombies faced off (see what I did there) against Ash from Army of Darkness? This fan film answers that question in a smash ‘em bash ‘em flick.
We all know that zombies don’t want to eat your pimento-loaf sandwich as they are more interested in stealing your milk money and eating your brains. There may be a few undead who want to eat your Ding Dong, and if you live in one of those locations or go to one of “those schools” you may want to give soulless corpses a reason not to pick on you by keeping all your yummy treats in the Zombie Survival Kit lunch box.
We’re back for more hijinks in Riverdale as the zombie apocalypse spreads in Afterlife with Archie #2.
SPOILER ALERT IS IN EFFECT!
Afterlife With Archie, the most talked about horror comic of 2013 rages on and to celebrate we are pleased to announce 2 special signings will be held next week to kick off issue #2 of the mega hit series.
IDW Publishing is proud to announce Deadworld the renowned zombie classic will come back to life this December. Gary Reed and Sami Makkonen, the same creative team that brought us Deadworld: War of the Dead, continue where they last left off and push the story into even darker territory with Deadworld: Restoration.
Exclusively from Skybound, Kirkman’s imprint at Image Comics, and Diamond Comic Distributor — MONOPOLY: The Walking Dead Survival Edition game is now available to purchase in comic book specialty shops. Based off The Walking Dead comic from Robert Kirkman, the game put a post-apocalyptic spin on the traditional Monopoly, giving fans the opportunity to live out the comic by fighting for their own property, and avoiding zombies with each players turn.
Want a totally different take on the zombie genre? ComixTribe announced Cuddlers at the New York Comic Con, one of four new titles from the company.
If you didn’t pick up Afterlife with Archie #1 yesterday, what’s the deal? Matthew and Stephen gave the first issue a super positive review on the Dueling Review Podcast (you’re are listening to that show, right?) If you didn’t here’s one more teaser trailer for the now sold out comic from Archie Comics.
The end of the world is nigh, and it’s all Reggie’s fault! This week, Matthew and Stephen pick up and review Afterlife with Archie #1 from Archie Comics. If you don’t like spoilers, don’t listen to this episode until after you’ve read the book…. and you really need to rush out and buy this book!
The Mocking Dead is not a parody of The Walking Dead (sort of). However, it poses the question, what if we had fan boys combat our zombies? Aaron Bunch and Vanessa Malik were analysts for a division of the government called Tinseltown. Their job was to examine books, movies and television shows and set up contingency plans for them in case they were to happen in real life. However, Tinseltown was deemed useless, shut down and most of its members laid off, save Vanessa. However, when zombies or Zeds begin to attack people in Pennsylvania, it is up to Aaron to save them by implementing his Contingency Plan-Z.