I had a great time at San Diego Comic Con. Here are some photos from our “Zombie Myths and Misconceptions” panel, and assorted knavery.
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!
Here’s the video from our 2013 Comic Con San Diego panel…
I was honored to participate on the “Zombies in Popular Culture” panel at Comic Con San Diego on Thursday. In addition to me, the panelists included Max Brooks, Matt Mogk, Steve Schlozman, Brad Voytek, Aaron Sagers, and Jonathan James. Here are some photos. (Click to embiggen.)
I’ll be a featured panelist at Comic Con San Diego on the “Zombies in Pop Culture” panel on Thursday, July 18 at 7pm in Room 7AB. Other panelists will include such zombie luminaries as Max Brooks, Matt Mogk, Steve Schlozman, and Aaron Sagers. Stop by and watch us talk zombies!
Brad Pitt’s World War Z is an adaptation of the Max Brooks novel of the same name in the sense that a Japanese speed metal band’s cover of the first 20 seconds of “Should I Stay Or Should I Go?” is an “adaptation” of Combat Rock. Also, I liked it. In no specific order, here areContinue reading “Movie Review: World War Z”
Here are some photos from last week’s “History of the Modern Zombie” panel at Comic Con San Diego. Thanks to everybody who came out to see us!
Over the past few days, I’ve enjoyed the excellent and informative book The Complete History of the Return of the Living Dead by Christian Sellers and Gary Smart. It’s a guide to every film in the ROTLD series, and features production photographs, promotional materials, and interviews with the cast and crew of each film. AsContinue reading “Book Review: The Complete History of the Return of the Living Dead”
Here’s a better clip of my Comic Con panel, in which I actually speak:
I had a really wonderful time at Comic Con 2011 in San Diego. Here’s a video of the “History of the Modern Zombie” panel I was on with Max Brooks, Matt Mogk, Steven Schlozman, James Lowder, and Brad Voytek. (Max Brooks totally stole my nameplate, as you’ll see…) Now I wish I had spoken duringContinue reading “Zombies at Comic Con International 2011”