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Tag Archives: zombies
For the first April in a while, I’m really sorry I’m not back in Chicago (usually the weather’s still too crappy to contemplate). On the 26th, there will be a zombie pub crawl in the city! The best part is … Continue reading
I’ve previously described Max Brooks’ first book, The Zombie Survival Guide, which I found to be a both amusing and chilling fictional field guide written in the wake of a world-wide zombie holocaust. My favorite part of that book was … Continue reading