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  • Ian Goes To Comic Con

    I Made the two hour trip up to Tampa to attend Tampa Bay Comic Con on Saturday. I’d never been to any sort of a convention before, but I think I am going to try to get to as many of these as I can from now on. I had a blast, handed out a […]

  • 100 Days in Deadland, review

    Another great zombie survival book made it’s way to our hungry brains! The book never slows down, the events are unpredictable and the characters are well build. The story is based on Dante’s Inferno. Most of it runs parallel to this story, also the chapters are build the same way. It’s cool to see a […]

  • Book Review: The Hanging Tree (A Zombie Novel)

    Welcome to the real zombie apocalypse, where the survivors aren’t Rambo and Riddick, but folks just like you and me. They are flawed. They have issues. One of them even has a mullet. One of my pet peeves with a lot of apocalyptic literature is the superhero main character. You know the guy. He’s like […]

  • Jordan’s Brains is FREE on Kindle

    Jordan’s Brains: A Zombie Evolution is FREE on Kindle August 17th – 18th, 2013. Check Jordan’s Brains on Amazon. This novel tells the tale of a psychotic yet friendly zombie expert whose gender is never revealed. Having prepared for the zombie apocalypse since childhood, Jordan is thrilled when hordes of the infected undead finally invade. With […]

  • The Change: The Longest Road-Book 2

    Very rarely is a second book in a series superior to the first, but A.S. Thompson’s The Change is among those few books that surpass the first story in the series. I absolutely loved the first book, The Longest Road, and I was a little hesitant about picking up the second book because I didn’t […]

  • Zombie Coffee

    I was meandering around D.C. during my lunch break several days ago, and I stopped in my tracks when I saw a beautiful sight, a hybrid of my two favorite things in the world: zombies and coffee. A sign that said, “Zombie Coffee” was hanging directly above me, and I had to blink a few times to make […]

  • Movie Review: Cargo

    In just a little more time then it takes you to read this review (depending on how quickly you read) you can watch the short film Cargo. It’s just over seven minutes long, but manages to pack as much emotional punch as any movie that’s ever won Best Drama at The Oscars. The film starts […]

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