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World War Z (in 256 words)

I read this to get an idea on how to write an interview between two people, but this got forgotten about because World War Z is freaking addicting. 237 more words

Books

Two Essential Items For Surviving A Zombie Apocalypse

NY Times bestselling author Max Brooks (World War Z,The Zombie Survival Guide) creates thrilling tales about the undead. Max chats with Monty about zombies and his new vampires versus zombies series, “The Extinction Parade”. 360 more words

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Niet zomaar het zoveelste zombieboek

Zombies, we zijn er de afgelopen decennia mee doodgegooid. Naast vampiers zijn zombies de meest geliefde, gebruikte en misbruikte fantasywezens. Maar waar de vampier sexy is, een naam heeft en soms nauwelijks meer een bedreiging vormt, is de zombie nog altijd eng. 559 more words

Reviews

Overnight America Podcast: October 22nd, 2014 - Max Brooks, Niall Stanage

Author, comedian, and all around amazing guy Max Brooks stopped in this morning to talk about his new graphic novel, “The Extinction Parade”.

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Review: The Extinction Parade Volume 1

Written by Max Brooks

Art by Rafael Caceres

Colours by Digikore

Lettering by Kurt Hathaway

Published by Avatar

Max Brooks is Mr Zombie, the man whose work on the Zombie Survival Guide, World War Z and the various spin-offs has been directly responsible for much of the massive success of the undead juggernaut. 966 more words

Exquisite Reviews

31 Days of Horror: WORLD WAR Z

World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War is a seminal work within the zombie mythology. Max Brook’s 2006 novel took the apocalyptic scenario of a virulent zombie disease and examined it within a political and socioeconomic lens, using the format of oral post-war accounts of the environmental and social toll taken around the world. 486 more words

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What Is Modern Zombie Fiction? (And Who Cares?)

(I do.)

Zombie literature has always been a fascination for me. Why? Because the idea of a “zombie” should be really, really lame. I mean, some dead thing moaning, lumbering around, existing only to kill you and make you one of them. 1,752 more words

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