Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Oh, Geppetto, I Wanted to be a Real, Undead Boy!

I grew up watching Disney movies.  I didn't necessarily ever want to be a princess because I was never that girly.  My Halloween costumes consisted of Ewok, punk rocker, gangster, etc., but I did love watching the music-driven, hand-drawn Disney cartoons.  As I grew older, I never lost that familiar sense of nostalgia when a song plays on the radio, or I catch a snippet of it on TV.  So I figure, why not have some fun and post some Disney Zombie action?

 Winnie the Pooh, Winnie the Pooh!  Tubby little cubby all stuffed with...Piglet's brains! 

Oh my. I seem to have gotten myself a little dirty, Eeyore. Where's that pot of intestines? Shop owner PEMEXS notes, "deranged disney. winnie the pooh and friends take a trip on a bath salt adventure." Indeed.  You can purchase this print for $120.00 at his store. 

Another fantastic piece of artwork to peruse is Zombie Pinocchio:

This 9x12 is hand drawn with watercolor, ink, marker and paint.  The shop owner is Erik Spencer and he's offering it for a very reasonable $15.00 at his shop, which you can find on Etsy, here.
I don't generally offer more than one item from an Etsy shop owner, but since discovering UndeadEd yesterday, I wanted to spotlight a few more of his fantastic items.



The shop owner has also created a few other Disney Princess Zombies, but I found Cinderella and Belle to be my favorites.  Belle is really a Beauty, isn't she?  Both of these are available for $80 each.  You can purchase Cinderlella here and Belle here.

Last, but not least, is my favorite movie of all time - The Little Zombie...err..Mermaid!

Isn't she ridiculously adorable?  The shop owner, Kimberly Perez, offers this as a "5x7 print packaged in plastic sleeve with back board." The print is only $10.00...and I'm thinking of getting it myself! Beat me to it and get it here.

Hopefully Walt Disney isn't turning over in his grave. Hope you've enjoyed and stay spooky!

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Zombies Ate My Childhood

I'm still on a Zombie obsession kick.  I'm sorry if it bores you (well, not really), but I've been having a lot of fun with this theme.  Why not have more fun by ruining (enhancing?) your childhood by changing them into the walking dead?

Super Mario Bros. was, and still is, one of the major sources of joy during my childhood.  However, Princess Peach wasn't one of my favorites, so it makes sense that she would be one of the first to turn into a zombie:

Poor Mario. He didn't even have a chance. See, that's what happens when you chase after a "Damsel in Distress."  Seller KodyKoalaToys only has one of these available for $160, so you'd better hurry and click here to purchase her.

Ok, so you probably don't need a gas mask for the upcoming zombie apocalypse, but you never know what kind of undead germs are whizzing through the air ready to infect you. To protect yourself, you need a gas mask. Specifically, a pokeball gas mask:

Ok. They're not functional respirators. But it still looks really cool.  You can purchase it here for $66.00.

Who doesn't remember watching the smurfs when they were a kid? Those cute, little blue creatures of...terror! Argh! They're zombiefied!

Maybe that's why Gargamel kept chasing them - he was trying to save himself from being eaten alive!  According to shop owner, Steve Benson, "Unfortunately those lil Blue cuties that stand 3 apples high and hum that annoying song could not be saved from the Zombie plague and now they too walk the Earth in an undead trance , singing " La la la la la la la la la la la Brainnnnnnnnns !!!!" and for the record Gargamel was the first person they ate , followed up by Azrael for desert !"  You can purchase this Smurfbie for $36.00 here.

My other obsession, Harry Potter, has received the undead treatment as well, in the form of this adorable art print:

"Zombie Potter, the boy who didn't," is a print of the original, signed by the artist, K. Werner.  It's a steal at only $12.00 and is available for purchase here.

I hope I didn't ruin your childhood too much. At least I didn't do a remake a la Hollywood and turn a wonderful cartoon into a craptastic CGI!

Until next time...



Friday, December 7, 2012

Have a Holly, Jolly Zombiemas.

It's almost Christmas. And I'm still Zombie obsessed.  So why not mash the two (not unlike mashing brains) and give you a very Merry Zombie Christmas.  This will put a ho-ho-horrific time in your stockings.

I used to be in the church choir (ha! no, really) when I was a young innocent lass (ha x 2!).  For me, Christmas is never complete without carols.  It brings me a warm and fuzzy feeling...especially when they've been zombiefied:

 Now, I actually own this book and found it fairly amusing.  Here's an excerpt of the summary: "
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."

Joyous, isn't it? If you're intrigued and want to share Christmas gore with your loved once via a warble, you can purchase it here for a mere $8.59.

Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without Santa Claus. He ho-ho-hos, he lugs a sack, and he eats...your braaains, with milk, of course.








Etsy seller UndeadEd created this undead masterpiece.  Says he, "I bought this santa at a local store and decided I just had to convert him! He was holding some books so I turned one into the Necronomicon thanks to my wonderful girl friend who gave me the idea! The body is hard accept for the arms which are poseable. The bell on his hat rings and the suit is a nice velvet! If you have questions just ask! He is a wonderful addition to the holiday decor, wouldn't you agree? The head and hands have been sealed for years and years to prevent natural wear and tear!"  You can purchase him for $75.00 here.

Santa could never gather all that flesh alone, no, oh no.  He has to enlist the help of his elves to do it:

This is actually the grossest out of the collection I'm posting...but that doesn't make it any less zombieriffic.  The creator says," Santa's elves have been infected by the Walking Dead!"  I'm hoping Rick doesn't get to him before you do. Hurry, before he gets shot in the head, purchase him here for $17.00.

Frosty the Snowman, was a happy, jolly...eater of flesh!  Yes, even Frosty, our lovable, pipe-smoking snow man has been turned into the walking dead:

The shop owner writes, "Handmade from polymerclay. This little booger has gotten himself in a pickle.. How's he gonna explain his elf killing tendencies to Santa? At least he could use the coal he's gonna get."  I'm convinced that Frosty's part in this is to preserve the flesh so they can chomp on it for longer.  Frosty costs $18.00 and can be purchased at this Etsy shop.

That's all the time we have for caroling today. Have a wonderful Zombiemas and we'll write again before the world ends!







Thursday, December 6, 2012

Brains....blog...BRAINS!!!

I've only recently become a fan of "The Walking Dead."  I know, I know, shame on me.  Everyone was talking about "how awesome" this show was, so, of course, I ignored it, thinking it couldn't possibly live up to the hype. Well, it has.  And because of it, I'm obsessed with Zombies. So I present to you, Brains, Blogs, and BRAINS!!!

Ok, maybe not brains right away, but I did find these absolutely adorable Living Dead dolls at Madhouse Toys


According to the site: "Celebrate the original reanimated bodies with Living Dead Dolls Series 22. It's death from below with this collection, inspired by zombies! Set includes 5 dolls. When there's no more room in Hell, dolls will walk the Earth!"  Aren't they terrifyingly adorable? You can purchase all 5 for $122.95, and shipping is free! You don't need BRAINS!!! to figure out that free shipping is awesome.  Get it here.

One of my posts wouldn't be normal(?) without an item from my favorite site, Etsy.

Imagine a day, meandering in the garden.  You're enjoying the sunshine and butterflies when you stumble across..a zombie gnome.  AWESOME!

This cute little lady surely won't be scrounging around for your vegetables, but you might want to watch your lazy kitty. According to seller dougfx, "Since Garden Gnomes are a protector of "life" they are the first to fall ill to this new pandemic. They have become the undead in your flourishing garden of life. "  How cute.  She'll set you back a mere $59.00. Purchase her here.

Ok, ok. All of the Zombies I've been posting are static. Yes, they are inanimate (that we know of).  But what if I told you that you could have your very own WALKER?  Yes, you really can. I found it at Retro Planet.

A remote controlled zombie? Shut the front door. But yes, he exists. What's even better? According to the site, "Even the remote is a scary rotten zombie brain shape."  I'm terrified.  $24.99 is what you pay for your own walker.  You can find him here.  

Now that you've got your own walker, you've realized...how the hell are you going to keep him from eating you. How about all those other zombies for that matter?  Well, you've gotta learn somehow.  Find your lessons at Amazon, because...duh, you can find almost everything there.


 This book had awesome ratings, which is why I chose it. Here's a book description: "Meticulously researched and vigorously detailed this important survival manual is the most detailed and up-to-date book you will find to keep you and your family safe during the Zompoc (Zombie Apocalypse). This book is unique in its coverage of all Zombie strains from the viral infected fast zombies through to the shambling re-animated undead. All subjects from zombie identification, first-aid, escape techniques, household defence, combat techniques and raiding through to bartering, supplies, vehicle modification, weapons and convoy structure are all covered in great detail. With this book you can prepare for the day the Zompoc strikes and be ready to fight back and eradicate the Zombie menace from our streets. This book is illustrated throughout and even contains full plans and instructions for a post-Zompoc rebuilding of civilisation!"

As I said, this one had pretty great reviews (despite the poor spelling and grammar, because, of course, when you're running from zombies it's the last thing on your mind). According to one reviewer, "Well, this book is certainly the most serious book about zombies. And i really enjoyed the deep thought and scientific facts he put into it. And i know a lot of you people probably are saying this guy is crazy... but this stuff is all too real."  Get it at here for $14.99. 

That's it for now. My BRAAAAINS are slowly being eaten by Zombies.  Hope you enjoyed!