So their main objective is to eat, I mean, they’re driven by hunger. Everyone is agreed on that? Good.
So where the fuck does it go? Because human stomach are very small, and if they’re immortal, even the worst zombie is going to run out of room pretty quick.
So, assuming everything is shut down (going with the they don’t breath/blink/sleep/etc. theory), would their stomachs explode after a while?
Or, are they producing stomach acid, and zombies, along with that lovely rotting corpse smell, digesting what they eat and just shitting themselves as they walk down the street?
I am planning on making stickers for the next cons I go to. I’ve always loved mythical creatures and cryptids and a lot of people seemed to enjoy my doofy chicken sketches so I figured stickers would be a fun addition!
If you’ve ever wondered what the next generation of zombie movies might look like, “The Girl With All the Gifts” gives a pretty good indication at the genre’s evolution.
Warner Bros. shared the first official trailer for the film today, which stars Glenn Close, Gemma Arterton and Paddy Considine along with newcomer Sennia Nanua as Melanie, the titular girl. Set in a a dystopian future where humanity has been ravaged by a fungal disease that turns people into mindless, flesh-eating “hungries.” The film follows a group of second-generation hungries, children afflicted with the zombie pathogen who are still able to think and feel — and may just be humanity’s last hope for a cure.
This is the film based on my friend’s amazing novel, and I cannot wait for everyone to see it! You don’t have to be a zombie fan to enjoy the book - I’m certainly not - and I’m sure the same can be said for the film. I know the young actress playing Melanie will break my heart just as easily as she did on the page :) Watch the trailer and tell me what you think!
The First Social Media Driven, Millennial Body Horror Novel of All Time
It’s like The Fault In Our Stars… but with cannibalism.
“The fucking Tarantino of authors.”
-Jack Viera, Journalist - WIKD 102.5
“Has a lot of heart to it…”
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“Colton Reznik is your standard cynical, twenty-something blogger. He hates politics, religion, furries, and just about anything else you can imagine. Things take a drastic turn in Colton’s life when he is diagnosed with cancer and is forced to face an inoperable brain tumor. Disinterested in making amends with those he’s wronged, Colton alienates himself from his friends and family and chooses to await death.
However, when fate shines its light upon him and gives him a second chance at survival, Colton learns that there are macabre repercussions to defying the odds and keeping your life intact. In order to maintain his health, Colton must consume the flesh of the recently deceased - and on a frequent basis.”
What she really means:In nearly every zombie apocalypse movie/show the characters are always getting covered in zombie blood and guts and you can't tell me none of that ever gets in their eyes/mouths/multiple exposed little cuts and scrapes. Isn't that also infected with whatever zombie-making virus there is, etc?? They all get splattered with corpse blood and other fluids constantly to no effect. Is the virus only in zombie drool? What about the other bacteria rotting bodies carry? What abou
This is it! My very first, original novel is available for purchase right now, this very second on the internet right here. Eventually it will be up with all of your favorite book sellers like Amazon, iBooks, and Barnes and Noble, but for now it’s only on Lulu. Also, as soon as I can afford it, paperbacks will go into production.
And I suppose you want to know something about this book with the wicked cool cover art: A bomb has dropped on Washington DC, leaving behind historical ruins and a sinister virus. Ordinary citizens have been turned into flesh starved monsters. Kate was out of town when the bombs fell, but her daughter and husband were not so lucky. Despite her husband’s name on the ever growing list of casualties, Kate knows that her daughter is still alive. She can feel it.
Autumn barely escaped the infection that swallowed her hometown. Along with her best friend, Collins, they have taken to the sea. But dwindling supplies force them toward the shore where they realize DC isn’t exactly how they pictured it.
Sound good? Did I mention that it’s part of a series? The District is Book #1 in my yet to be named five book series. There will be adventure, romance, probably more queer ladies than is statistically probable, some questionably accurate science, tattoed truck drivers, and secret societies.
If you read it, let me know what you think! If you don’t read it, that’s okay! We’re still friends. Come tell me about your day anyway.
Very, very special thanks to @ijustkeepitmovin and @mad-cow-mama without which this book wouldn’t be finished or coherent. I promise you both a signed hard copy and my first born child.