Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero are working to develop an iZombie television show for The CW based on Chris Roberson and Mike Allred's comic of the same name. iZombie is a story about a zombie named Gwendolyn who works in a graveyard and begrudgingly devours brains of the deceased, but once she eats a brain, she gains the former owners memories and she often completes their unfinished business. Gwen hangs out with her two best friends, a ghost named Ellie, and a were-terrier Tell Me More!
Sugar Plum chocolates has made some of the most delicious and aesthetically appealing chocolate we've ever tasted/seen. We're huge Walking Dead fans, so these Zombie Bars are the perfect treat to snack on while watching Rick Grimes and co., attempting to survive the zombie apocalypse on Sunday nights. Who doesn't love themed snacks? The bars are made of white chocolate and come in a zombie green with crispies added to them for an extra tastiness. You can purchase a pack of four on the Sugar Plum Tell Me More!
One scenes most of were probably hoping to see during The Walking Dead season 3 would involve Lori after she turns into a zombie, and now we can! This deleted scene is being released on the blu-ray and DVD and it shows up just how much crazier Rick could've been after losing his wife. "Remember back in episode 10 (“Home”) when Rick had himself a tender moment with a vision of his former wife in a white dress out on a bridge past the prison yard? Well, a new deleted scene shows how the scene Tell Me More!
Hooray! New footage for The Walking Dead's 4th season has appeared on the inter webs and it is full of zombies. Instead of being a straight trailer, the new video gives viewers a look at season 4 footage spliced with interviews and anecdotes from The Walking Dead creator, Robert Kirkman, executive producer Gale Ann Hurd, Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Norman Reedus (Daryl), Steven Yeun (Glenn), Lauren Cohan (Maggie), Chandler Riggs (Carl), Danai Gurira (Michonne), and others. The cast discusses Tell Me More!
World War Z hits theaters on June 21st and new posters for the film show the global devastation caused by the zombie pandemic.
Based on Max Brooks' best-selling novel "World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War," the story revolves around United Nations employee Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt), who traverses the world in a race against time to stop the Zombie pandemic that is toppling armies and governments and threatening to decimate humanity itself.
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Funko is expanding its line of The Walking Dead merchandise with these awesome blind box mini vinyl figures. The mystery minis, which measure 2.5" high, will be released in June with a retail price of $6.95. The first series of figures includes brothers Daryl & Merle Dixon, as well as some of the most popular walkers featured in seasons 1-3. Take a look:
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Etsy shop owner Jen Harrold of DisturbinglyAdorable is offering some of the cutest geeky handbags. She has one that is modeled after a level of Zelda, one that is inspired by PacMan, , a zombie handbag with a bloody bow, and a galaxy handbag. Each is reasonably priced at only $34.99 and can be purchased in her Etsy shop.
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Hot Topic has five new pairs of geeky leggings up for pre-order in their online shop. Prices range from $22.50-$26.50 and each pair comes in sizes small through extra large. There has been a major surge of leggings available as a result of the popularity of Black Milk, and fortunately, if you're unable to spend close to $100 per pair, Hot Topic is offering up a much more affordable alternative. Both pairs of Doctor Who leggings are manufactured by Her Universe, so we know they're going to be Tell Me More!
McFarlane toys has just released photos of their newest wave of Walking Dead action figures based on AMC's hit television show. The figures are set to be released in the fall, and the line includes Carl Grimes, The Governor, Andrea, Riot Gear Zombie, and Riot Gear Gas Mask Zombie in addition to a new two pack featuring everyone's favorite set of brother, Merle and Daryl Dixon. The figures boast 20-22 points of articulation and the accuracy of facial features is due to a 3D scan of the each actor's Tell Me More!
In case you missed the first video Karen Gillan did for the fictional zombie makeup line, Z'Ombeal, you can view it here. It seems Karen is up to her old tricks again, and all she really wants is to eat some brains despite society constantly saying that it's bad for her. But just remember as Karen previously states, being undead is no reason to give up on beauty.
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