Move over The Walking Dead, you’re time of soap opera with zombies is over! Deadman’s Tome presents Bikers VS The Undead. An action packed, adrenaline pumping thriller where bad ass leather clad roughnecks face off against a horde of rotters. A book that pairs well with a glass of whiskey, a tall boy of beer, and Motorhead’s Ace of Spades.
Horror writer Martin Richmond, author of Zombie-con, meets with Mr. Deadman to talk about his zombie horror short, the relation to The Walking Dead (if any), all things zombies, and more.
This week’s Deadman’s Tome podcast will be hosted live on YouTube at the usual day and time, Friday at 10PM CST. Streaming on YouTube will allow for Mr. Deadman to really dig into Martin Richmond’s inspiration as writer, his experience, his knowledge and opinions on zombie culture, and much more.
If you watch LIVE and chat you will have a chance to win a FREE digital copy of the Book of Horrors II!
The Walking Dead is Anti-Zombie, but that should be of no surprise. Zombies get nothing but disrespect from zombie shows, films, and video games. The only fact one needs is that a real zombie was turned down due to “health violations” and that’s total bullshit.
The interview with horror writer Bob Freville not only lived up to the hype, but the exciting exchange proved educational!
Listeners learned that Cthulhu was the mastermind behind the Holy Bible and 9/11. So, 9/11 Truthers can cool their jets. Bush and his overlord Dick Cheney are only guilty of doing the great ancient one’s bidding, and who can really blame them. No one says no to Cthulhu.
Mr. Freville drops a bombshell about The Walking Dead. Is The Walking Dead a massive work of plagiarism?
The raunchy conversation proves the point that Deadman’s Tome is not a place for fragile sensibilities or for those that need to be coddled. You’ve been warned. Mr. Freville is the author of Sex Toy and as you can imagine, the conversation is mature.
Zombies have rights, don’t they? After all, they’re humans reanimated with a second-life because of God, mad science, or strange medicine. A zombie doesn’t choose to come back, they’re forced to come back.
This undead rotter would have you believe that zombies are entitled to rights and that shows like The Walking Dead perpetuate negative zombie stereotypes that harm the already bad image of zombies. Answer this. Would you kill your brother if he had rabies? Would you kill your brother if he had ebola? Then why would you kill your brother if he was a zombie?
Because shows like The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, movies like Night of the Living Dead, and such Zombies are seen as the enemy. No, people are the enemy, and The Walking Dead is the biggest anti-zombie show at the moment and the one that ought to feel sorry and take responsibility for hurting the image of the undead.