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ZOMBIE HITLER by William Blankenship, Jr.

Why do Nazis and zombies seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly?

Maybe the Blizkriegers of the 1940s most closely approximate level of fear and destruction that the coming undead plague will likely generate.  Maybe a pack of undead Fascists is just plain more fun than, say, a pack of undead librarians.

Either way, cartoonist William Dean Blankenship, Jr. has added his talents to the conversation with this Zombie Hitler piece.  Sure worms are eating the Führer’s face, but for a sixty-five year old walking corpse his hair still looks pretty damn good.


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