Zombie Holocaust: How The Living Dead Devoured Pop Culture
Zombie Holocaust is a lively history of one of the most enduring fictional archetypes: the shambling, stalking, lethal living dead.
From mentally enslaved cane field workers in Haiti, first described in early-20th-century travelogues, to the mindless hordes of soulless killers that regularly destroy our civilization onscreen and on the printed page, the zombie has undergone an eye-popping transformation. With wry humor and unflinching attention to detail, this colorful book celebrates these creatures in all their fetid glory.
Author: David Flint
Publisher: Plexus Publishing
Page Count: 192pp
Size: 6.75 x 9
Notes: paperback, color
Date of Publication: June 3, 2009