Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City release date!

Alex | November 5, 2011

Coming March 20, 2012, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City delivers a true third-person team-based shooter experience set within the dark and sinister Resident Evil universe. Not only does this setting provide a rich backdrop to the action but it also delivers a unique and brutal triple-threat battle. Zombies and Bio-Organic Weapons (B.O.W.s) add to the [...]

CDC Zombie Survival Plan WILL KILL YOU

Alex | May 19, 2011

The Centers for Disease Control posted a blog on how to survive a zombie outbreak, “Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse.” We, our friends, and so many friends were abuzz with this topic, particularly regarding the plan’s shortcomings when it actually comes to dealing with zombies – not a word about FIGHTING ZOMBIES?! Where CDC plan falls [...]

AMC’s The Walking Dead Interview: Steven Yeun, Laurie Holden, Norman Reedus Bonding Over Zombies

Superherologist | November 6, 2010

Left to right: Steven Yeun, Laurie Holden, IronE Singleton, Jeryl Prescott.

  At New York Comic Con, The Walking Dead actors Steven Yeun, Laurie Holden, and Norman Reedus discuss bonding in 120 degree heat, fighting zombies in summertime Atlanta. From a New York Comic Con (NYCC) discussion about AMC’s survival horror drama, based on the comic book series created by Robert Kirkman. 

Interview: AMC’s The Walking Dead Lead Actors Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies

Superherologist | November 4, 2010

Stars of AMC’s survival horror TV series The Walking Dead Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Jon Bernthal (Shane), and Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes) talk with us about the challenges and surprises in filming the zombie apocalypse. Some adult language.

Robert Kirkman and Frank Darabont (AMC’s The Walking Dead) on Why We Love Zombies

Superherologist | November 3, 2010

The Walking Dead creators Robert Kirkman (comic book) and Frank Darabont (AMC TV series) discuss the series’s amazing ensemble cast, Greg Nicotero’s zombie makeup effects, why zombies are so popular now (brace yourself for the millenial rant), shooting people with impugnity, and the remarkable experience of having the graphic novel adaptation’s production go so well. [...]

Interview: Robert Kirkman, Frank Darabont (AMC’s Survival Horror/Drama The Walking Dead) Pt. 1

Superherologist | November 2, 2010

At New York Comic Con, The Walking Dead’s TV series creator Frank Darabont and original comic book creator, writer Robert Kirkman, discuss the value in Kirkman’s involvement, whether the characters can watch George Romero movies, how hero Rick Grimes survived alone comatose in that hospital (including why Kirkman doesn’t care), and what’s wrong with cameos. [...]

AMC’s The Walking Dead Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd (Interview)

Superherologist | November 1, 2010

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During New York Comic Con, we spoke with Gale Anne Hurd (Terminator, Aliens) about AMC’s new survival horror TV series, The Walking Dead, based on Robert Kirkman’s zombie comic book series from Image Comics.

The Walking Dead TV series- Episode 1 review!

Alex | October 25, 2010

AMC’s The Walking Dead is an upcoming TV series based on the Image Comics series of the same name, created by Robert Kirkman. In it, people band together in the wake of a zombie apocalypse and try to scrape out an existence. The first episode tells the story of Rick, a police officer and a family man, [...]

Swords & Soldiers: 3D Vikings, Ninja Monkeys, and Aztec Zombies

Superherologist | September 29, 2010

Swords & Soldiers Brings 3D Ninja Monkeys and Vikings to the PlayStation®Network Multiplayer Action and 3D Support WHAT: Swords & Soldiers, the real time strategy game by Ronimo Games and Sony Online Entertainment, is now available on the PlayStation®Network! With new features like multiplayer gameplay and 3D support, Swords & Soldiers blends ninja monkeys, attacking [...]

Interview: Michael Farah and Zane DeGaine, Bernie’s BOT (Zuda Competitor)

Superherologist | March 17, 2010

Writer Mike Farah and artist Zane DeGaine have created the comic Bernie’s BOT for the current Zuda Comics competition, that monthly battle to see which of ten creative teams can win a contract to keep producing their story for DC Comics’ online division. Mike has been through this once before. His previous Zuda entry, the black and white [...]