In today’s Daily Deadz we’ve got some ‘Blood and Guts’, a little zombie theater, and highlight a trend in zombie companies who get support from the Chinese. Then, we’ll check in with The Walking Dead who’s got a new cast member and the Russian Orthodox Church talks zombies.
In this, the newest form of zombie public relations, we rundown all of today’z top zombie-related newz and themed storiez from around the globe and call it The Daily Deadz.
Now, you can devour it all at your own convenience throughout the day without having to scour the streets for your zombie meat, I mean newz, like the savages.
But enough brain slurpin’, let’s get to it…
5. Huffington Post writes: Zombie Portraits By Rob Sacchetto: Your Kodak Moment, With Blood And Guts
“Your wedding photo could use a bit more blood and guts. Or so thinks zombie-loving artist Rob Sacchetto. Sacchetto is the man behind ZombiePortraits.com, which offers customers the chance to have their Kodak moments “zombified” through his custom illustrated and hand-painted portraits.”
4. Sarasota Herald-Tribune writes: Zombies invade Players Theatre
“Zombies are coming back to life, sort of, at the Players Theatre, which is preparing for a Backstage production of a new play called “Zombie Town.”
3. Business Insider reports: Zombies companies: the walking dead propped up by Chinese banks
“Such “government support” may help contain bankruptcy, unemployment, and banks’ reported NPLs in the near term, but in our view it does little to help borrowers restore profitability, and may create “zombie companies” with no commercial viability.”
2. Screen Rant reports: ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 Casts New Character Milton
“Casting has already been secured for both Michonne, the zombie-toting, katana-wielding woman seen briefly in season 2 – and the Governor, who, like Rick, is a “lawman” who abides by his own set of rules, What’s left…”
1. RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty reports: Russian Orthodox Church, Zombie Affairs Department. How May I Help You?
“Konstantin Sayenko, an administration chief of Omsk’s Sovetsky district, says that citizens, public organizations, and the Omsk and Tavric dioceses believe that allowing the Zombie Walk would have been a violation of people’s rights.”
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