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World War Z by Max Brooks

With zombies being a polarizing pop culture entity, let’s go back to only eight years ago to 2006. In 2006, zombies were enjoying a quasi-renaissance in film. 466 more words


Harlem Hellfighters Review

Back in June after I attended Denver Comic Con, I blogged about attending a Max Brooks panel–which was amazing. While he did spend a great deal of time in his panel talking about… 717 more words


World War Z Movie Review

Last summer’s World War Z was met with Waterworld type expectations upon its release. The vast majority of its publicity was negative. Stories of a troubled production, cost overruns, and script problems were abundant. 504 more words


Mr. Vertigo Reviews 30: The Harlem Hellfighters; Silver

The Harlem Hellfighters
Written by Max Brooks
Illustrated by Caanan White
Broadway Books

The African American 369th Infantry Regiment was a part of World War I history that has been almost forgotten. 859 more words

Graphic Novels

Reading at the Movies: World War Z

Their presence in fiction mirrors the reality in which we reside; a reality that reflects the fact that zombies are everywhere. In fiction they’re a world wide threat bent on nothing in particular except eating people. 802 more words

Daniel Robison

Review: Extinction Parade Vol. 1 by Max Brooks

A zombie plague is sweeping the planet and humans are reduced to food on two fronts. On one are hordes of zombies and their hunger for fresh meat, on the other are vampires and their bloodlust. 220 more words

Comic Book Reviews

The Magic of the Con

Ah, it is time for my annual SDCC post!

Sometimes I forget how easy it is to get wrapped up in the business of my own life, that I forget to take a break. 816 more words

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