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Author: Robert Kirkman

Publisher: Image Comics

ISBN: PKEY:MAR180767

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 32

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"NEW WORLD ORDER," Part Five The journey home. There's nothing worse than returning with fewer people than you left with.
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Walking Dead Season 4 Quiz Book

The Walking Dead Season 4 Quiz Book

How does tyres respond when Carol admitsthat she killed David and Karen? 177. ... 178. Whodirected the fifteenth episode of season 4 of the Walking Dead? 179. What does Glenn find whilst walking down the train tracks 180.

Author: Wayne Wheelwright

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 9781783338023

Category: Games

Page: 31

View: 431

The fourth season of Walking Dead picks up with the group settled into their new lives in the prison. Rick has given up leadership and the Woodbury survivors have joined the new peaceful community but as ever in the post apocalyptic world of the Walking Dead, threats old and new are on the horizon. Inside this book are 200 questions of varying difficulty so batten down the hatches and prepare to test your knowledge on the actions of the survivors of the zombie apocalypse in the latest chapter of this series of quiz books about one of the best shows on television.
Categories: Games

Beyond the Living Dead

Beyond the Living Dead

In this way, Romero's theme is similar to The Walking Dead's concerns with “learning how to value collectivity and act collectively in the face of profound crisis.” Salazar and Healy, “We're all The Walking Dead.” 179.

Author: Bruce Peabody

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476642628

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 221

View: 325

In 1968, George Romero's film Night of the Living Dead premiered, launching a growing preoccupation with zombies within mass and literary fiction, film, television, and video games. Romero's creativity and enduring influence make him a worthy object of inquiry in his own right, and his long career helps us take stock of the shifting interest in zombies since the 1960s. Examining his work promotes a better understanding of the current state of the zombie and where it is going amidst the political and social turmoil of the twenty-first century. These new essays document, interpret, and explain the meaning of the still-budding Romero legacy, drawing cross-disciplinary perspectives from such fields as literature, political science, philosophy, and comparative film studies. Essays consider some of the sources of Romero's inspiration (including comics, science fiction, and Westerns), chart his influence as a storyteller and a social critic, and consider the legacy he leaves for viewers, artists, and those studying the living dead.
Categories: Performing Arts

The Netflix Vision of Horror

The Netflix Vision of Horror

Pagels, Jim 12, 171, 181 Pescatore, Guglielmo 12, 171, 179 Prank Encounters 23,163 Rosemary's Baby 42, 163 Sabrina, ... 9, 163 The Walking Dead 21, 141, 163 Wetmore, Kevin J. 174, 182 Williams, Linda 128, 174, 179, 183 Williams, ...

Author: Sotiris Petridis

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476684222

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 194

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Since the emergence of on-demand streaming platforms, television as a storytelling medium has drastically changed. The lines between TV and cinema are blurred. Traditionally, television relied on narrative forms and genres that were highly formulaic, striving to tease the viewer onward with a series of cliffhangers while still maintaining viewer comprehension. Now, on platforms such as Netflix, the lack of commercial breaks and the practice of "binge-watching" have led to a new type of television flow that urges viewers to see and consume a series as a whole and not as a fragmented narrative. This book examines the structuring methods of 13 Netflix original horror series, including Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Stranger Things, Hemlock Grove, The Haunting of Hill House, and Santa Clarita Diet. Although these shows use television as the medium of storytelling, they are structured according to the classical rules of film.
Categories: Performing Arts

Undead Apocalyse

Undead Apocalyse

... 47, 48, 62, 63, 95, 103, 125, 156, 179, 182, 190, 200 Hammer Studios, 9, 13, 24–7, 29, 35, 38, 84, 125 Holocaust, ... 63, 126, 141, 165, 179, 180, 196 and modern horror, 19–23 and Night Creatures, 24–9 and Night of the Living Dead, ...

Author: Stacey Abbott

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9780748694921

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 240

View: 803

Explores the intersection of the vampire and zombie with 21st Century dystopian and post-apocalyptic cinemaTwenty-first century film and television is overwhelmed with images of the undead. Vampires and zombies have often been seen as oppositional: one alluring, the other repellant; one seductive, the other infectious. With case studies of films like I Am Legend and 28 Days Later, as well as TV programmes like Angel and The Walking Dead, this book challenges these popular assumptions and reveals the increasing interconnection of undead genres. Exploring how the figure of the vampire has been infused with the language of science, disease and apocalypse, while the zombie text has increasingly been influenced by the trope of the areluctant vampire, Stacey Abbott shows how both archetypes are actually two sides of the same undead coin. When considered together they present a dystopian, sometimes apocalyptic, vision of twenty-first century existence.Key featuresRather than seeing them as separate or oppositional, this book explores the intersection and dialogue between the vampire and zombie across film and televisionMuch contemporary scholarship on the vampire focuses on Dark Romance, while this book explores the more horror-based end of the genreOffers a detailed discussion of the development of zombie televisionProvides a detailed examination of Richard Mathesons I Am Legend, including the novel, the script, the adaptations and the BBFCs response to Mathesons script
Categories: Performing Arts

Censored Screams

Censored Screams

... 33, 78, 132 Verdugo, Elena 179 Vest, Randy viii Victor, Henry 68 Vidor, Charles 65 Voodoo Man (1944) 160, 179 Wallace, Edgar 158 The Walking Dead (1936) 130, 131, 135, 140, 154 Walter, Wilfred 157,159 Walthall, Henry B. 136 Ware, ...

Author: Tom Johnson

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786427314

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 222

View: 908

As Dracula (1931) and Frankenstein (1931) ushered in the golden age of horror films in the United States, studios and distributors were faced with a major problem in their number one overseas market: the British Board of Film Censors (BBFC) were demanding extensive cuts, enforcing age restrictions, and banning outright many of Hollywood's horror movies. The issue most often used to limit the showing of horror films was their "unsuitability" to children. With that in mind, the BBFC developed specific film codes--the "A" (for adults) and the "H" (for horrific), both of which restricted viewing to those 16 or older--and then applied them liberally. This work examines how and why horror films were censored or banned in the United Kingdom, and the part these actions played in ending Hollywood's golden age of horror.
Categories: Performing Arts

The Zombie Book

The Zombie Book

The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead Nick Redfern, Brad Steiger. Lovecraft, H. P. twitches and grimaces that made his appearance downright unsettling. And he was an undeniable racist who looked down on Jews, blacks, Asians, ...

Author: Nick Redfern

Publisher: Visible Ink Press

ISBN: 9781578595303

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 384

View: 292

Rampaging, driven, killing machines. Soulless and dead. Infected and infectious. Zombies. The epidemic of the living dead is stronger than ever in today’s pop-culture, but long before exotic viruses, biological warfare, and sinister military experiments brought the dead back to life in our cinemas and on our television screens, there were the dark spells and incantations of the ancient Egyptians, the Sumerians, and the Babylonians. Blending the historical with the modern, the biographical with the literary, the plants and animals with bacteria and viruses, the mythological with the horrifying true tales, The Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead is a comprehensive resource to understanding, combating, and avoiding zombies. More than 250 entries cover everything from hit television shows, books, and movies, including The Walking Dead, World War Z and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, to zombies’ ignominious role in folklore and mythology, such as the Greek god Asclepius, ancient Voodoo religion, and the Native American Wendigo legend. The Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia of the Living Dead examines mad cow disease, the Spanish flu pandemic of 1918, the Centers for Disease Control preparing for the end of the world, and much, much more.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Walking Dead

Walking Dead

Thor spoke on top of my last few words, his aura suddenly bouncing back with interest. At least he dropped his voice to say, “You're doing magic, aren't you?” “Yeah.” I crossed my eyes like I could see their WALKING DEAD 179.

Author: C.E. Murphy

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781426838828

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 415

For once, Joanne Walker's not out to save the world. She's come to terms with the host of shamanic powers she's been given, her job as a police detective has been relatively calm, and she's got a love life for the first time in memory. Not bad for a woman who started out the year mostly dead. But it's Halloween, and the undead have just crashed Joanne's party. Now, with her mentor Coyote still missing, she has to figure out how to break the spell that has let the ghosts, zombies and even the Wild Hunt come back. Unfortunately, there's no shamanic handbook explaining how to deal with the walking dead. And if they have anything to say about it—which they do—no one's getting out of there alive.
Categories: Fiction

A Fresh Cup of Tolerance

A Fresh Cup of Tolerance

Here we visit the land of the “dead zones” and the “walking dead.”179 What inhibits the natural cycle of creationstabilizationdissolutionnew creation, depicted in one tradition as the Hindu Trinity Gods (Brahma the Creator, ...

Author: Dr. Tom Norris

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781504337373

Category: Religion

Page: 308

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With over seven billion people on the planet and a lot more coming, learning to get along and live (love) together is essential to our survival. In a crisis our best nature surfaces—but we seem unable to sustain a sense of true community and remain in the heart of compassion for more than a few CNN weeks at a time. Understanding this, A Fresh Cup of Tolerance offers a revolutionary theory of Universalism—providing a pathway of hope for a troubled and divided world. In doing so, it addresses some of the foremost dilemmas of our time: • Environment • Globalization • Feminist and gender issues • Religious strife • Oppression • Poverty • War • Prejudice. Theologically, it systematically explores: • Our world’s multi-layered views of God • Our place in the world • Good, evil, sin and suffering • Ongoing revelation • Spirituality in the digital age • Love and community • Spiritual liberation. Nevertheless, A Fresh Cup of Tolerance is not just a pleasant, vanilla treatise on love; it’s a living, breathing, dynamic faith-in-action theology free from rigid words (scriptures), beliefs (dogma) or practices (rituals). Pulling from centuries of global religious tradition — including teachings from Native American, Asian, pagan and neo-pagan Goddess, Judeo-Christian, Islamic ways of life and more — this truly Universalist theology serves as a “call to action” for those individuals desperately seeking a world full of loving relationships and respect.
Categories: Religion