Deadlines: News roundup 01/06/11

Posted by Johnathon Brock On January - 6 - 2011


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I love webcomics, and because of that love I’ve stumbled upon Zombie Waffe, which features incredible art and hilarious writing and is perfect for fans of the zombie action/comedy genres. Also it’s only at 41 pages as of now, so it’s easy to catch up on the whole series. (Buy Zombie)

Two new zombie based iPhone/iPad games just released, priced at $0.99 and $1.99 respectively.

Here are the final details on pricing and a boatload of special features for The Walking Dead on DVD and Blu-Ray, due out March 8. (Fangoria)

If you’re near the Colorado Springs area, DeAnna Knippling will be signing her book, Choose Your Doom: Zombie Apocalypse, at the Chapel Hills Borders from 1-4 p.m. on January 15. (Colorado Springs Gazette)

Chris Pluchar and director Frank Ziede just released a teaser trailer for their new film project No Tomorrow, and they need help getting it made. (Chicago Now)

We got a message from James Kicklighter and he sent us a trailer for his new movie Followed. Check it out after the break.

4 Responses to “Deadlines: News roundup 01/06/11”

  1. Jond76 says:

    No Tomorrow looks promising. Hope they can find their funding.

    I got Mutants from Netflix today. I’ll watch it tonight and pass on a quick yay or nay.

  2. Jond76 says:

    Ok. Mutants was pretty good! It’s a little light on mass zombie action, but it focuses on some painful transformation and keeps things interesting. The zombie action picks up in the last 30 mins or so.

    Overall, I liked it. Good direction and production values. Although the woman’s actions on several occasions made me want to scream.

    Check it out when you can!

  3. Zombie Shakespeare says:

    I actually just watched Mutants this weekend too. I liked it a lot. I thought it built up some good tension and gave a good amount of zombie action at the climax. Although, if you can only watch one French zombie movie this year, I’d recommend The Horde.
    I also watched Damned by Dawn (from Australia). A mediocre movie that could be added to IZA’s Undead Confusion list. It features one real zombie, a banshee, and a bunch of flying zombie/skeleton/ghost hybrids.

  4. Jond76 says:

    The Horde is on the way next. I’ve seen one clip of it and I wasn’t impressed. But I’ll watch it with a smile!

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