A Zombie Christmas at the Johnson Farm: from the Catharsis seriesThis 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.
Gather your family close, board up the doors, and heed well the tale of Ebenezer Scrooge - a man whom no fire could warm, whose cold heart pumped ice through his veins and whose lips uttered a firm "BAH!" to any sort of happiness. Learn from his experience as he is visited by the undead corpse of his old friend, Jacob Marley, on Christmas Eve. And join him on his journey to Christmases past aided by another corpse intent on showing Scrooge the origin of the Hungry Death consuming the land. God help us, every one! Collecting MARVEL ZOMBIES CHRISTMAS CAROL #1-5.
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Marley was dead--again. From the author of "Yellow Blue Tibia," it's the Dickensian Zombie Apocalypse--God Bless us, every one 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? Was Tiny Tim's illness something infinitely more sinister than mere rickets and consumption? Can Scrooge be persuaded to go back to his evil ways, travel back to Christmas past, and destroy the brain stem of the tiny, irritatingly cheery Patient Zero?