ZOM-B

The ZOM-B blog - covering the pop culture invasion of the living dead with info, news and reviews of zombie movies, TV shows, books, comics and games.

Filtering by Tag: video games

Last Of Us Comic Twitter Chat With Dark Horse

LastOfUs_01.jpg

Dark Horse Comics is hosting a Twitter chat this afternoon with the creative team behind the comic adaptation of Naught Dog's upcoming zombie video game The Last of Us.

"We'll be taking over the Dark Horse Twitter feed for one hour next Wednesday April 10th to chat with Naughty Dog's Video Game Last of Us and Comics Writer Neil Druckmann and Comics artist and writer Faith Erin Hicks. 

Join us to ask your questions about the new series #TheLastofUsAD, the writing process, and what we can expect from the brilliant new series based on the Video Game going forward!

Not only will everyone get to ask questions of the two creators about the the brilliant and beautiful new series, but we are giving away 10 FREE Digital copies of Last of Us #1 to participants."

Follow @DarkHorseComics and use hashtag #TheLastofUsAD for the chat that begins today, Wednesday April 10th, at 2:30pm ET.

A New DayZ Devblog

The makers of the upcoming game DayZ are hard at working making the zombie apocalypse happen and here is their video blog to prove it:

"A quick devblog this week to show some ingame footage featuring: the solving of the notorious "zombie zig zag" that occurred the mod, server side mass zombie spawns, loot spawning inside wrecks. Also some discussions with the forum/reddit mods testing the standalone."

The Walking Dead Game Wins Game Of The Year

The Walking Dead scored big at last night's Spike Video Game Awards, as The Walking Dead: The Game earned home five awards including the top honor of Game of the Year.

  • Game of the Year
  • Best Adapted Video Game
  • Best Downloadable Game
  • Best Performance by a Human Female - Melissa Hutchison
  • Studio of the Year - Telltale Games

 The Walking Dead: The Game is available for Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Mac and iPad/iPhone.

All original content is copyright © 2010-2016 Michael Sajkowicz. All other content is owned by their respective rights holders and used respectfully and with appreciation in an editorial manner under fair use for the purposes of commentary, criticism and reporting.