Every garden needs a killer Zombie Gnome to keep the nosey neighbors out. Designer Doug Hudson, has crafted an amazing pair of gnome zombies cast out of garden statuary stone created to deliver a Zombie Apocalypse any time of year.
The hand painted Walking Dead gnome measures 14 inches tall and weighs 10 lbs. My personal fave is Doug's Rising Dead zombie gnome as depicted in his classic "Lawn of The Dead" poster.
Expect to fork over $49 for the "Walking Dead" version and $39 for the early riser edition. This is must-have zombie art for the home and garden horror geek.
This one of a kind zombie killing machine was brought back from the future by professor Friedrich Von Kreuzenberg for the purpose of decapitating zombies at short range.
The handgun's designer Old JunkYard Boutique, retooled a Nerf N-Strike Maverick with "the most advanced laser technology". The skull and crossbones detailing, compass, mini flashlight, power meter, and six coats of paint make this bad boy a must have for any serious undead hunter.
Expect to pay $40 for a custom, hand-painted gothic masterpiece from the year 2053. Extreme feelings of childlike wonder come free upon delivery.
Thousands of Seattle zombies invaded the streets of Fremont on Saturday for the Third Annual "Red, White and Dead Zombie Walk." The horde of rotting brain-eaters were bent on stealing away the world record for zombie gatherings from New Jersey with 4,093 set in October 2010.
Event organizers reported that 4,522 registered zombie walkers hobbled into history books on July 2, 2011 to capture a new Guinness World Record. Once again Seattle has officially become the zombie capitol of the universe and I was there to witness the mayhem.
Undead fans will celebrate their victory in October at ZomBcon 2011 - the world’s first dedicated zombie convention. Follow ZomBcon on Facebook to keep up to date with their latest news. You can add your event photos on the "Red, White & Dead" Flickr page.