Jim Rossignol shotguns him some zombies, really the zombie infestation of gaming, writing, “My issue with the zombie archetype is that it is largely without a villain, and we need specific villains” in games.
This gore-soaked wedding proposal is enough to re-animate even my dead, zombie-fatigued heart. (via Boing-Boing and thanks, VoodooRabbit!)
You are interested in the future, because that is where you will live and you must decide what you will do to survive Plan 9. (Thanks, Eric, for the Plan 9 from Outer Space title quote).
Henry Jenkins writes up a handy list of some comics he’s enjoyed recently, divvied into stories of everyday life, superheroes, science fiction/fantasy/horror, and some unclassifiable items.
Grr, argh! Here’s a little undead creatures trailer round-up from the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness program: Daybreakers, Survival of the Dead and [Rec]2. Grr, argh!
The B-masters confess movies they haven’t seen. “My viewing of Zombie Lake was one of those events that lead you to question everything in your life that has lead up to it. I wouldn’t necessarily say that it was a “where did I go wrong” moment, because many […]