$2 Kindle deal: The Zombie Survival Guide


Max Brook's The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection from the Living Dead is a completely straight faced manual for survival in zombie-infested world. It's a brilliant piece of fiction that I think about often, years after reading it. It goes into detail about how the zombie virus is transmitted, zombie behavior, improvised defense weapons, prepping your home or fortress, surviving on the run, and much more. Right now Amazon is selling it as a Kindle ebook for just $2. Read the rest

Kickstarting a volume of feminist bicycle zombie science fiction

Elly writes, "We're running a Kickstarter to try to give the feminist-bicycle-scifi-about-zombies genre a big leg up." Read the rest

Zombie-head string lights

Nothing says garden-party like glowing walker heads dangling over the patio -- $25 for a string of ten heads. Read the rest

The Awesome: ass-kicking girl monster-hunter FTW!

Eva Darrows's debut novel The Awesome features the most sarcastic, raunchiest, bad-ass-est heroine in recent YA history -- monster hunting has never been so outrageous.

Zombies in Disney World

Mari Mancusi has brought "Razor Girl," her out-of-print, post-apocalyptic novel about zombies and Walt Disney World, back as a free ebook under a new title: Tomorrowland. Read the rest

Jews vs zombies and aliens vs sexual abuse

Lavie Tidhar writes, "Jews vs Zombies and Jews vs Aliens will be published as e-book originals on March 19th, and are currently available for pre-orders (a limited paperback will follow)." Read the rest

Eat your cereal out of a zombie's rotting brainpan

Or better yet, some kind of greyish custard: $13 from Thinkgeek, dishwasher/microwave safe. (via Geeky Merch) Read the rest

Lecture on zombies, art, and death

Zombie artist George Pfau sends us, "Zombies Identified: A slideshow-lecture performed for BAASICS 5:Monsters, a free event at ODC Theater in San Francisco." Read the rest

Laser-cut record clocks

Vinyl Record Eaters is Greg Durt's Etsy store for laser-cut record-clocks (made from unplayable, scratched records) that sport clever silhouettes from pop culture: Daryl from Walking Dead, Walking Dead execution, Lightsaber battle, Hobbit march, Godzilla eats New York and cities of the world! Read the rest

Festus Rotgut: Zombie Cowboy -- 6-pack comic book

Presented for your entertainment: a complete zombie comic story, told on beer bottle labels. By Jason Aaron and Walking Dead co-creator Tony Moore.

Amazing polymer clay Star Wars/Zombie jewelry

From her workshop in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Amy, AKA Rapscallion Design makes wonderful, creepy, whimsical zombie and Star Wars jewelry and suchlike from polymer clay and laser-cut acrylic, like the R2D2 and C3PO Best Friends Necklace Set (above) and the Wicket cufflinks (right) -- and so many more that I couldn't help but include them below. Read the rest

Zombie-killing animal of the week: Alligators

With some beasties -- birds, bugs, bacteria -- it's easy to dismiss their zombie-killing powers simple by adjusting the zombie scenario at hand. Alligators, however, are another thing entirely.

"Once almost totally wiped out, alligators are now numerous due to protections under the Endangered Species Act," says David Mizejewski of the National Wildlife Federation. "Any zombie that lumbered into fresh water ponds, lakes streams or swamps would likely fall prey to them, who, with their extremely powerful bite, would feast on zombie flesh. "

Animals eating the zombies is contingent upon the continued existence of animals. Support the National Wildlife Federation to make sure they're around, when the next major outbreak occurs, to make the zombie apocalypse an effortless breeze for mankind.

Check back next week to see how another type of beast would deal with The Walking Dead. Read the rest

Crowdfunding Blood and Snow: indie zombie movie

Thom sends us an "Indiegogo flexible funding page for BLOOD & SNOW, a horror thriller creature feature film set in Alaska at a lonely ex-military research station, where 5 scientists discover something beneath the ice that is alien in origin." Read the rest

Beetles would strip Zombies to the bone

David Mizejewski with the National Wildlife Federation explains why beetles would eat zombie brains faster than they could eat ours in the animals vs undead apocalypse. "Flesh eating beetles, as their name suggests, specialize in feeding on dead flesh. Once they infested a zombie, it would be just a matter of days until these tiny beetles stripped the walker to the bone."

No brains, no zombie.

Previously: Bears would just eat zombies right up Read the rest

Zombie pancakes!

Nathan "Saipancakes" Shields has made some zombie pancakes: "I make a lot of pancakes for kids, but these I made for myself." Read the rest

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