This Epic Rock Paper Scissors t-shirt is the ultimate geek showdown with Cowboys, Ninjas, Robots, Pirates, and Zombies; Captain Hook may need a helping (and extra) hand, though.
A webseries due out March 2010, this trailer for Hamilton Carver: Zombie PI mixes film noir with zombies, ninjas, the devil, and dames that shower with their gloves on. Thanks, Brian!
The world ended 12/14–you just don’t know it yet; manvszombies is a Twitter account by Gus who has been dodging zombies, playing CoD, and getting wasted since just before Christmas.
Ernest Hemingway’s WWI novel gets a modern evil-undead update with this Farewell to Arms Hoodie; it shows post-limb Ash and his boomstick, but his hand will get him in the (rear) end.
Dark undead comedy Zombieland arrives on Blu-ray 2/2/10 with a behind the scenes PiP track, deleted and effects progressions scenes, and actor, writer, and director commentary.
Some may find mowing down zombies with a car repetitive, but this launch trailer for Zombie Driver puts the undead to rest: rocket-powered buses and flame-throwing limos FTW!
Perfect for brainless board game fun, Oh No… Zombies! tasks you with leaving your shack to collect survival gear at abandoned stores; includes 35 cards, 14 game pieces and 3 dice.
The Crazies gets a full-length second trailer; in case you missed the first one, it’s a remake of George Romero’s 1973 classic about funny tasting water and not-so-funny locals.
The living dead strike back in this series of re-imagined Star Wars posters; created by Matt Bush for zombie theme week at StarWars.com, all six episodes get an infected makeover.
Konami takes Silent Hill back to its roots with Shattered Memories, due out on the PS2, PSP, and Wii 12/8/09; this Memories Montage trailer is a music video with monstrous overtones.
Eat this, Pelosi: anyone with half a brain would steer clear of partisan politics, but Zombie Reagan is the ultimate answer to breathing undead life into a party on its last limbs.
While humanity fights for its survival during the undead apocalypse, a similar food fight is being waged in the fridges everywhere: this Zombie Food t-shirt goes out to our perishable pals.
Even a heavily-armed DC is no match for the undead hordes in this Zombie Outbreak Sim; this Google Maps mash-up lets you tweak everything from zombie speed to infection time.
Swapping a mustache for a mask, this trailer for Borderland’s Zombie DLC intros Dr. Ned with a Phantom of the Opera-ish monologue and fly-over of the add-on’s various spooky locales.
Ever since the advent of fast zombies, this Slow T-shirt isn’t as universally applicable as it used to be; still, we have a soft spot in our hearts (and a hard one on our bats) for shamblers.
Guns ‘n Gardens makes the best of public access TV and societal collapse with How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse; it’s filled with DIY tips on weapons, first aid, and of course, gardening.
Say Seasons Eatings in style with your own pack of ten Left 4 Dead 2 Holiday Cards; each is drawn by Alexandria Neonakis and features the Spitter, Charger, and Jockey zombies.
28-year old indie game dev Eric Ruth’s NES Left 4 Dead is an 8-bit-style “de-make” of the franchise; it only offers 1- or 2-player but will be free for download January 4, 2010. Thanks, Boots!
A Romero version of Star Wars: Uncut, Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is an ongoing collaborative project; artists reinvent scenes from the 1968 cult classic in their own style.
Call of Duty: Zombies for the iPhone lets gets touchy-feely with the undead; it’s limited to one map, but the multiplayer co-op is full-featured with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and online (!) support.
Shaggy, Daphne, and Freddie are absent in this Zombie Scooby-Doo t-shirt, but it’s a no-brainer why: Velma shows smarts (with shotguns, stakes, and Scooby snacks) = survival.
Zombies and vampires go mainstream with this seemingly made-for-Disney promo trailer for The Slayers; it’s inspired by kids-vs-monsters flicks like The Goonies and Monster Squad.
David King’s use of an overhead projector to shoot ZZZZOMBIES seems gimmicky at first glance, but this stop motion film is surprisingly tongue-in-brain. Warning: slightly gory.
World War Z’s Max Brooks takes a trip down undead memory lane with Recorded Attacks; it’s a graphic novel with “historical” short stories from ancient Rome to the modern West Coast.
Their first trailer was choppy in terms of frame rate, not body parts, but Fort Zombie delivers with this vastly improved trailer; it’s a budget RPG about holing up during the zombapocalypse.
Available on 10/29/09 on PSN: Zombie Tycoon is an undead remix of Rollercoaster Tycoon for the PSP where you’ll control three zombie squads as you terrorize 10 puzzle-filled cities.
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