Autumn is the perfect season for zombies. The weather change means less sweaty humans to pin down and brains chilled to tasty delight in the crisp weather, but not frozen like grey matter popsicles. Not to forget a little holiday called Halloween and the kick off to season three of The Walking Dead as well.
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The doodle masters at Andertoons help get you into the undead spirit with a step-by-step guide to drawing a cartoon zombie. It's so easy, you won't have to worry about losing your brrraaaiin.
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Night of the Comet
Everything that is awesome about the '80s is on display in Night of the Comet. Arcade games? Check! Big hair? The biggest. Cyndi Lauper cover? You betcha. Vaguely futuristic baddies in silver jumpsuits? Obviously — duh! "Night of the Comet" has all of that plus zombies. (Oh, and a young Chakotay from Star Trek: Voyager.) When a comet passes near Earth, it turns all the people who were directly exposed into orange dust. For anyone partially exposed, it's just a matter of time until they become a member of the rotting undead. Don't miss this criminally underrated zombie flick.
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