This gruesome volume traces the history of zombies, from their origins in ancient Haitian voodoo folklore; to their shuffling portrayal in Romero's seminal cult classic 'Night of the Living Dead,' all the way to the modern day where these gut-munching fiends now seem to permeate every crevice of popular culture.
Touching on comics, video games, TV shows, and films - no stone has been left unturned in this extensive historical compendium, even Michael Jackson’s iconic Thriller video gets the once over. They've packed in a veritable blood-soaked bounty of supremely gory cinematic stills, horrific poster artwork and choice graphic novel cells.
Whether you're a hardened Zombiephile, cooped up in a heavily fortified shed or you've got just introduced yourself to the delights of 'The Walking Dead' – flesh out your knowledge of the undead with this highly accessible and entertaining book.
Zombies shuffle because their ankles would break if they ran. George A. Romero says so and he's right
Includes an introduction by the father of horror himself George A. Romero
Written by Jovanka Vuckovic – an award-winning writer, editor and film critic
Full of cinematic stills, poster artwork, graphic novel cells and insightful criticism
Hardback with 176 full colour pages
Measures approximately 24.5cm(W) x 19.5cm(H) x 2cm(D)