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    Quote Originally Posted by thelegend View Post
    30 days of night is excellent but I think that is more Vamps than Zombies
    duh!!!!

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    Anybody read that Zombie Survival Handbook that was on the New York Times bestseller list (like if that means it's good )? A guy at work was reading it and said he'd lend it to me but after hearing his review of, "redundant, redundant, redundant..." I skipped it.

    Hey Werewolf, along the same line of the previously mentioned book check this out:

    http://www.randomhouse.com/crown/recordedattacks/

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    I don't know if the board has any gamers but here is a couple links to some kick A$$ zombie games.

    The first is a expandable board game http://www.twilightcreationsinc.com/zombies/

    The other is an old school role playing game think D&D but with zombies and the such.
    http://www.allflesh.com/

    And a simple flash quiz
    http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/425802

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    Richard Mathesons novel I Am Legend is a great work of horror and should be on all of your reading lists. Romero was hugely influenced by the novel as he readily admits. I think he borrowed liberally from the first movie version, Last Man on Earth starring Vincent Price, also. The second movie version was Charleston Hestons Omega Man. The 3rd was Willy Smiths flick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbear View Post
    Being a collector of first edition novels, here are some zome recomendations...westerns!

    Dead in the West. Its Outlaw Josey Wales meets Dawn of the Dead. Highly recommended.

    Long Horn, Big Shaggy. Another western zom story. You want zom buffalo, you got it.

    And two of the best zom books ever written....

    The Dead by Mark E Rodgers. Great book that will have you wondering why you werent religious when its over.

    Wet Work by Phillip Nutman. A hitman who becomes a zom? great stuff. My autographed copy says "From the demented brain of an Englishman to the Texan library of ,,,,,,,shootem in the head Mike. Best blood."
    I had no idea there was a zombie-western subgenre. Bizzare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinny View Post
    Anybody read that Zombie Survival Handbook that was on the New York Times bestseller list (like if that means it's good )? A guy at work was reading it and said he'd lend it to me but after hearing his review of, "redundant, redundant, redundant..." I skipped it.

    Hey Werewolf, along the same line of the previously mentioned book check this out:
    http://www.randomhouse.com/crown/recordedattacks/
    Thanks Skinny. I'm not into graphic novels but my son would love it. I read World War Z but thought it was crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cbear View Post
    Richard Mathesons novel I Am Legend is a great work of horror and should be on all of your reading lists. Romero was hugely influenced by the novel as he readily admits. I think he borrowed liberally from the first movie version, Last Man on Earth starring Vincent Price, also. The second movie version was Charleston Hestons Omega Man. The 3rd was Willy Smiths flick.
    I finally got to read the book and see all 3 movies. I can't get enough of all things Legend. Ofcourse the book is best.

    Thanks Skinny. I'm not into graphic novels but my son would love it. I read World War Z but thought it was crap.
    I have it at home, I can't get through the first few chapers.. it's pretty much crap.

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    http://www.wikihow.com/Deal-With-Zombie-Debt

    More zombie stuff for you loons =P

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    All things zombie?

    Rob Zombie's wifey:


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    Zombie Ants:

    http://straightuptruth.blogspot.com/...mbie-ants.html

    Seen this on a nature channel once. Love this link because of the 2 closing comments at the end - LMAO!

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