ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST: How the Living Dead Devoured Pop Culture - David Flint



ZOMBIE HOLOCAUST
How the Living Dead Devoured Pop Culture

By David Flint

Zombie Holocaust is an illustrated history of one of our strangest fictional archetypes: the shambling, stalking living dead. From mentally enslaved Haitian cane-field workers to the cannibalistic mobs of George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead, the zombie has undergone an eye-popping metamorphosis. As apocalyptic narratives exert a stronger hold on the public imagination than ever before, this unique volume charts the zombie’s evolution from local myth to global movement.

224 pages / 100 photos, 8 colour
230 x 170mm
ISBN 978 0 85965 397 8
Paperback


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