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KAREN COOPER by Matt Groller

The first character on film ever to turn from innocent victim to flesh eating zombie is a little girl named Karen Cooper in Night of ...

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COLONEL HERZOG by William Blankenship

In Dead Snow (2009), Colonel Herzog and his undead troops behave much like mummies.  They are preserved in ice, and they just want their gold ...

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GREEN HANGOVER by Paulo Rocker

What better way to mark the season than with this zombie illustration by Paulo Rocker?  Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

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REDNECK ZOMBIES by Marcus Jones

British artist, Marcus Jones,  says he finds inspiration in the horrific, the erotic and the just plane weird.  His self describe “lowbrow art” has appeared ...

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LAKE ZOMBIE by Scott Altmann

Scott Altmann is an award winning illustrator who has been commissioned by dozens of well known publishers, including Harper Collins, Random House, Penguin Group, and ...

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ZOMBIE GIRL by James Garza

Artist James Garza does a little bit of everything.  He draws, paints, sculpts, and even designs tattoos and clothing.  For our money this “Zombie Girl” ...

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ZOMBIE PINUP by Carissa Rose

Chicago based artist, Carissa Rose, finds inspiration in tattoo culture, and the people of her fair city.  Specializing in portraits, she offers prints, originals and ...

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ALL TOGETHER NOW by Jeff McMillan

Artist Jeff McMillan has exhibited his paintings all over the world, and his corporate clients include heavyweights like Nike, Disney, Mountain Dew, Mircosoft and Esquire ...

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LET THEM EAT BRAINS by Rachel Feight

New York artist, Rachel Feight, serves up a great spin on Marie Antoinette’s legendary phrase with this “Let Then Eat Brains” digital illustration.  To check ...

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SOUTH KOREAN ZOMBIE TOWN

The tiny South Korean town on Yeonpyeong Island was wiped off the map last week by North Korea’s unprovoked attack.  What’s left is something that ...

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