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Let’s start off the new week with a boatload (you’ll get the joke later) of World War Z news…
- Despite earlier reports, it looks like Lost star Matthew Fox will be joining the cast of World War Z after all. (Falmouth Packet)
- Also Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston will be joining the cast as well with a currently unknown role. (First Showing)
- Here are some nice set photos that really show off the scale of World War Z. Notice the big boat? See, I told you that would be funny later on. (Den of Geek)
The author of Warm Bodies, soon to be the first true zombie romance movie with a wide theatrical release, gives a few tips for dating the undead. (FEARnet)
Valve is once again asking its rabid fan base to do the impossible. If 60,000 people complete the re-release of “Dead Air” then they’ll ship the next map out early for Left 4 Dead 2. (Kotaku)
While the teaser image was really entertaining, here’s a few more actual details for the upcoming video game based on The Walking Dead. (Dread Central)
The most important thing about zombies is that they give back to the community. These zombies organized a walk for charity and donated food and money to the Fredericton Food Bank. (Daily Gleaner)
Fearing the CDC article wasn’t enough to properly warn the public, the crew over at Off Duty (a respected military magazine) decided to further enlighten the public on how to survive the zombie apocalypse. (Federal Times)
Michael Moreci, the author of the graphic novel Quarantined that we reviewed earlier this year, sent us the trailer showing off his book. Check it out after the break, and it’s now available on ComiXology for .99 cents an issue if you haven’t picked it up yet.
Webseries legend to-be Jon Dixon let us know that episode 8 of his series …And Then Everything Changed is now online as well. Check out the episode after the break.