Zombie Christmas Books & Comics
Horror for the Holidays is a collection of dark and twisted tales in the fashion of old time children’s books. Over 150 illustrated pages . Horror for the Holidays contains the best selling Zombie Christmas book All I want for Christmas Santa is you, The original Zombie Children’s book My little Brother is a zombie, The highly reviewed and hilarious Max and the Geeks, and the heartbreaking illustrated tale The fable of Dracula and Lulu. This collection of illustrated stories will stay with you long after the holidays have passed.BEWARE! Horror for the Holidays may be too spooky for some small children.
Michael P. Spradlin (outrageous words) and Jeff Weigel (eye-popping illustrations)-the seriously twisted minds that brought you the New York Times bestselling Christmas carol tome It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies and Every Zombie Eats Somebody Sometime, a book of Zombie love songs-have arisen once more, this time to devour Mother Goose raw! Jack and Jill Went Up to Kill is a hilarious volume of zombie nursery rhymes designed to tickle the (exposed) funnybone of every World War Z, Shaun of the Dead, Zombieland, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and The Walking Dead fan on either side of the grave!
What would you do to save Thanksgiving? This short story is about a woman who risks life and limb in a Zombie Apocalypse in order to keep the Thanksgiving tradition alive. Bonus Short Story: A Vampire at ChristmasA short story about a Parrothead Vampire who uses his riches and immortal skills to bring joy to those in need during the Christmas Season.Bonus Short Story: The Headless Fountain ManA simple photo. A quick snap shot. One woman’s perfect picture is about to become her scariest nightmare.What are the Mike Beem Chronicles? The Mike Beem Chronicles are a series of short stories that I wrote involving a character called Mike Beem. These stories don't have to be read in order. I wrote each of them to be their own story. They have an original beginning and a true end. You should be fine reading the current one you are thinking about buying, and you should be able to enjoy it as if it was its own separate entity. Now, if you have to read them in order (I know I would), here is the best way to do it. A Zombie Christmas A Zombie Christmas 2 Flesh for the Zombies Zombie Beach A Zombie ThanksgivingA Zombie New Year's Eve
It's the night before Halloween, and these witches still have many last-minute things to do! In this spooky parody of Clement C. Moore's famous Christmas poem, the witches are up to their elbows in cobwebs and slime, trying to make sure their witchlings are well prepared for their first Halloween broomstick ride. Featuring witches like Mad-Maud and Snaggle-Tooth-Ruth and plenty of ghouls, zombies, monsters, skeletons, and moldy cellars that will satisfy all Halloween lovers, this good-natured book about these wickedly fun witches will have kids more amused than frightened.
Fresh brains roasting on an open fire . . . Outside the temperature's dropping. The snow is falling, blanketing the world in white. Sleigh bells are jingling. Soon it will be that most wondrous time of the year That time of flesh-devouring zombie horror Yes, Christmas is on its way--and all the little boys and ghouls are dreaming of stockings filled with candied eyes and bleeding body parts. You'd better watch out Santa Claws is coming to town--and he knows who's been naughty, who's been naughtier . . . and who'll taste best with a nice glass of Chianti In celebration of this merry macabre season, we present a peerless compendium of more than two dozen of the most soul-stirring, brain-boiling carols composed specifically for the decomposing. Holiday favorites such as "I Saw Mommy Chewing Santa Claus," "Deck the Halls with Parts of Wally," and "We Three Spleens" are guaranteed to lift the spirits of the lumbering, shuffling undead and their temporarily still breathing meals-to-be. So put down your gore-splattered baseball bats and raise your voices in song And sing loudly--to drown out all the screaming.
The legendary comics creator Dean Motter returns with Mister X: Razed! In the retro-futuristic metropolis of Radiant City, its mysterious creator, Mister X, must protect the city and its residents from themselves as the architecture of the city itself is a danger to all those within it. Jilted lovers at Christmas, the mystery of a disappearing skyscraper, a disgraced magician's heinous trap, and a zombie outbreak await you in the newest collection of the Mister X saga, collectingMister X: Razed #1 4 and Mister X: Frozen Assets from Dark Horse Presents #33-35!
This short story goes with a longer work entitled Catharsis: Outbreak Z also on Kindle. With 98% of the population infected by an unknown virus, there are very few survivors left. Among them are Ella and Theo Johnson who are attempting to survive on their Tennessee farm. Ella, a former conservation officer and veteran, realizes she must celebrate Christmas after rescuing a young child on the side of the road.
A twisted, yet kid-friendly, take on the traditional Christmas poem by Clement Clarke Moore, Twas the Zombie Night Before Christmas invites you into the life of the Rancid Family who is trying to survive AFTER the zombie apocalypse.The entertaining and down-right funny take on how zombies deal with Christmas is only heightened by the delightful illustrations that will have both children and parents laughing uncontrollably. This will be your new Christmas classic to be read year after year.
New (un)life is breathed into our yearly collection of creepy Christmas tales! Find all your old, moldy favorites from Fred Perry, David Hutchison, Joe Wight, and Ben Dunn under the tree (possibly buried nearby). Like a zombie virus, it's a gift that keeps on giving!
The snow is falling, the holidays are approaching and…It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies! This delightfully depraved book of classic Zombie Christmas carols by Michael P. Spradlin is guaranteed to spread Yuletide cheer to all those good boys and ghouls who devoured the monster New York Times bestsellers Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and World War Z, as well as fans of 28 Days Later and Shaun of the Dead. With an introduction by the inimitable Christopher Moore—bestselling author of Bloodsucking Fiends, You Suck, and the classic “heartwarming tale of Christmas terror” The Stupidest Angel—It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies is a great gift for stuffing into a Christmas stocking…provided you remove the bloody severed foot first!
Award nominated SF author Adam Roberts takes on Dickens in this festive zombie gorefest.Marley was dead. To begin with.The legendary Ebenezeer Scrooge sits in his house counting money. The boards that he has nailed up over the doors and the windows shudder and shake under the blows from the endless zombie hordes that crowd the streets hungering for his flesh and his miserly braaaaiiiiiinns!Just how did the happiest day of the year slip into a welter of blood, innards and shambling, ravenous undead on the snowy streets of old London town?Will the ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future be able to stop the world from drowning under a top-hatted and crinolined zombie horde?It's the Dickensian Zombie Apocalypse - God Bless us, one and all!
The classic Christmas poem re-imagined and reanimated! ‘twas the night before Christmas And all through the house The zombies were stirring…Why worry about the Grinch when you’ve got ZOMBIES on the attack! Their prey? America’s best-loved Christmas poem. Get ready to have a holly jolly zombie holiday with this monstrously funny mash-up that subverts all that tiresomely good Christmas cheer. Clement C. Moore’s verses are tweaked and twisted, turning a once-cozy fireside read-aloud on its (now brainless) head. To complete the sacrilege: hilarious renderings of zombie stockings (undead legs!) hung by the chimney with care, and St. Nick attempting to repel a full-out, flesh-devouring zombie attack. One thing’s for sure—Santa and his eight tiny reindeer will never be the same!
Book 2: I'll be back...Martin, the spider chicken, is trying to process what just happened. He and his friends barely escaped from the mad scientist villager and his chimera golems. Now, they are resting in a cave, at least for the moment.But, their rest won't last long because they discover something insane in the cave.And, what can they do about the mad scientist villager?Read Book 2 of the Diary of a Spider Chicken now!
The snow is falling, the holidays are approaching and?It?s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies! This delightfully depraved book of classic Zombie Christmas carols by Michael P. Spradlin is guaranteed to spread Yuletide cheer to all those good boys and ghouls who devoured the monsterNew York Times bestsellers Pride and Prejudice and Zombiesand World War Z, as well as fans of 28 Days Laterand Shaun of the Dead. With an introduction by the inimitable Christopher Moore?bestselling author ofBloodsucking Fiends, You Suck, and the classic? heartwarming tale of Christmas terror?The Stupidest Angel?It?s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies is a great gift for stuffing into a Christmas stocking?provided you remove the bloody severed foot first!
Glenn Beck’s #1 New York Times bestselling holiday novel is now available on audio for only $14.99. When Eddie was twelve years old, all he wanted for Christmas was a bike. Although his life had gotten harder—and money tighter—since his father died, Eddie dreamed that somehow his mother would find a way to have his dream bike gleaming beside their modest Christmas tree that morning. What he got from her instead was a sweater that young Eddie left in a crumpled ball in the corner of his room.Scarred deeply by the realization that kids don’t always get what they want, and too young to understand that he already owned life’s most valuable treasures, that Christmas morning was the beginning of Eddie’s dark and painful journey on the road to manhood. It will take wrestling with himself, his faith, and his family to help Eddie find his path through the storm clouds of life and finally see the real significance of that simple gift his mother had crafted by hand with love in her heart.Based on a deeply personal true story, The Christmas Sweater is a warm and poignant tale of family, faith, and forgiveness that makes us question whether we really know what’s most important in our own lives.