Monday, March 25, 2013

Monday Night Miller 019 ~ Zombies & Me

Hey Everybody! Monday Night Miller time! Tonight's posting draws inspiration from a genre that I happen to love very much and has been quite plentiful as of late. The genre of which I speak is the Zompocalypse! the Zombiepocalypse? The Zombie Apocalypse. However you say/spell it, its great and its hot right now. Its not about sparkling and brooding vampires anymore. Wait! That was a thing?! Anyways. Reanimated corpses that decided that that awesomely magnificent white light just ain't for them. Thats what I'm here to talk about.

We've seen our fair share of Zombie themed games grace the table at Mik's. Some great venturings into "Zombie Cinema" and "Fear & Faith." The latter of which I still plan to run at some future undefined time... I know Mik, I know. However thats more about getting off my butt to paint some minis. In all fairness though, a good portion of that laziness is spent delving into more zombie based adventures. Be it Dead Rising (1 & 2), Black Ops (1 & 2), Read Dead Redemption (Undead Nightmare), Skyrim (Draugr are zombies, right?) You get the point. Zombies? Awesome. Video Games? Awesome. Zombie Video Games? Time well wasted? F yea!

Throw on that my weekly viewings of "The Walking Dead" while reading the original in comic form and constantly checking my IPod to get my fix for the Zombicide "Season 2" Kickstarter and I'm creaming cheese about these undead bastards. FYI there is a "Walking Dead" marathon all this week up until this next sunday, 3/31 Easter-freaking-Sunday, which happens to be the season finale for Season 3. Also there are, while I type this, 5 days left for the Kickstarter, its worth a look. 

A few years ago I even did a month's worth of postings over at Minions about the Zed nation, check it out. Anyways heres my doodle.


~ Enjoy!


  1. Awesome Z art! Agreed on all points. With the exception of black ops, which I just haven't got round to.

    1. Thanks! Black Ops 2 zombie mode is ok. I like 1 way better as you played as either Sarah Michelle Gellar, Michael Rooker, Danny Trejo, or Robert England against a super zombified George R Romero in the Call of the Dead DLC.