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In an interview with Logan Crow that will be featured tonight on 'Greater Long Beach Radio with Dave Wielenga,' the promoter of last Saturday's (Oct. 29) Zombie Walk charges that incessant demands and fees by the City of Long Beach diminished the event and left him $40,000 in debt. Listen tonight at 7 p.m. on KBEACH.org
You don't have to have brains to be a great zombie hunter. In fact, a certain empty-headed quality seems to help. And so it is that the half-dozen greatest zombie hunters, stalkers and killers in history turn out to be a motley collection. Wherever in the world they come from, they also come from the edges of society, the edges of sanity, the edges of life itself.
We ask comic-book-geek and Superman fan Robert Garcia (that's him on the right) who would win if Superman and Zombie Superman (that's not him on the left ... is it?) cross paths during Zombie Walk/Comic-Con weekend and get in a fight. Of course, the Long Beach City Council member has an answer. A couple of 'em.
Even when prescribed as an antidote, a zombie often comes with a limit, or at least an advisory to slow the hell down. With this much alcohol in one cocktail, it's easy to end up walking, well, like a zombie---or what the medical professionals call "getting inoculated on your ass." For more tips, search "Zombie Survival Guide."
THE ZOMBIES ARE COMING … BUT SO IS OUR “ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE” By Samantha Gonzaga Brains. You like yours. Zombies like yours fresh. And eventually, they get what they like. That’s pretty much been the equation throughout zombie history, whether in tales passed along around nighttime fires, preserved in painted or sculpted images or shared with the masses [...]
The best odds of survival against any enemy or scourge---from the Mongols to the Magyars to that damn Dancing Baby---are rooted in learning as much as possible about the adversary. When facing an attack of zombies, that means watching lots of movies. For more tips, search: Zombie Survival Guide
Zombie attacks are always remembered for massive casualties, usually after lots of runnin' and screamin'. As thousands of zombies prepare for Zombie Walk IV's downtown invasion on Oct. 29, we at GreaterLongBeach.com offer our Zombie Survival Guide. We suggest you shut up, calm down and read it.