Dead Man Working— the 2013 L.E. Salas film in which I play myself– is now free on Vimeo. Look for Kim Paffenroth, Steve Schlozman, and other zombie heavyweights, as well as Noam Chomsky.
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’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!
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!
Here’s the trailer for Dead Man Working, a new zombie film that comes out later this year and features me, Noam Chomsky, Steven Schlozman, and a bunch of other folks!
Here’s a better clip of my Comic Con panel, in which I actually speak:
Steven Schlozman’s forthcoming book The Zombie Autopsies ($19.99, Grand Central Publishing, 3/25/2011), is probably the finest epistolary novel about zombies ever written. It features a dynamic, riveting narrative presented in the form of collected notes by a physician who is attempting to solve the mysteries of a zombie plague that is decimating humanity. The Zombie Autopsies is most remarkableContinue reading “Book Review: The Zombie Autopsies”
Here’s a picture of me and fellow Zombie Research Society Advisory Board member Dr. Steven Schlozman at the Spooky Empire horror convention in Orlando over the weekend: As always, Spooky Empire was an incredibly well-run event with many fun symposia, events, and musical concerts. My favorite part was meeting readers. (It’s one thing to get a statement from your publisherContinue reading “Spooky Empire 2010”