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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

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

Life Updated

SDCC 2014!

I had a great time at San Diego Comic Con.  Here are some photos from our “Zombie Myths and Misconceptions” panel, and assorted knavery.

 

Review - Birth of the Living Dead and Doc of the Dead

Netflix Instant is streaming two documentaries focused on zombies. The first is Birth of the Living Dead, a documentary all about the making and significance of George Romaro’s… 735 more words

Movies

Zombie Myths & Misconceptions at San Diego Comic Con

I’ll be appearing on the panel: “Zombie Myths & Misconceptions” on Friday, July 25th at 8:30pm at San Diego Comic Con.  Our group will include such zombie luminaries as Matt Mogk, Max Brooks, Steve Schlozman, and Aaron Sagers!  Stop on by!

World War Z

I have a secret for you guys:

I LOVE zombie books. The majority of my zombie stories are on ebook, so I won’t get around to reviewing them for a while, but I love ‘em. 508 more words

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