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Those Kooky Zombies

Veronica's illustration of Claudia Christian blowing a hole in a zombie. A detail of Veronica's illustration of Claudia Christian blowing a hole in a zombie. A red-skinned demon woman with large white horns looking shocked.

I asked Veronica to put some color to a recent undeadly piece of hers in honor of today’s zombie flashmobs in California and New Zeland. A word of caution, however: don’t go taking matters into your own hands. You’ll most likely get into serious trouble for killing an college student who got into the ketchup!

Speaking of spooky stuff: Jubiel isn’t undead, but she’s certainly scary. Jiggly too, thanks to Mr. Darkly‘s interesting, but somewhat annoying stereoscopic presentation. She’s not really all that safe for work either, so again… a word of caution!

Written by in June of 2007. Last edited March 2017.

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Comments

  • Lee - June 12th, 2007 at 8:34 pm

    I thought it was a movie stunt. This getting weird.

  • Janet - June 15th, 2007 at 2:27 pm

    Aww I love zombie things! If anything is kookoo, it would have to be celebrity zombies! Have you seen some of the pictures from Hollywood Zombies yet? They are hilarious!

  • DwayneX - June 24th, 2007 at 7:04 pm

    One of the artists who did some illustrations for Hollywood Zombies is Layron DeJarnette. I saw them on his blogspot. There are a lot more zombie illustrations there.
    http://dejarnettedesigns.blogspot.com/2007/06/more-hollywood-zombies-illustrations.html