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16th Apr '18 8:26:17 AM tigerstar
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* The ''Series/{{Spaced}}'' episode "Art" features Tim hallucinating a zombie invasion at a theatre after spending 24 hours solid playing ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil'' while on speed, then eating too many Twiglets at the post-show party.
6th Apr '18 3:07:35 AM YeOldeLuke
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* Zombies are the most common enemy in ''VideoGame/Gamer2''. They are completely irrelevant to the storyline.
21st Jan '18 5:23:31 PM Gamermaster
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* The enemies of ''[[AllThereInTheManual StrikerS Sound Stage X]]'', a special Sound Drama of the ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' series featuring a mini-arc set between the third and fourth season? The [[NightOfTheLivingMooks Mariage]], an army of [[ActionBomb Kamikaze]] SuperSoldier [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Cyborg Zombies]].

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* The enemies of ''[[AllThereInTheManual StrikerS Sound Stage X]]'', a special Sound Drama of the ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' series featuring [[AudioPlay/StrikersSoundStageX a mini-arc mini-arc]] set between the third and fourth season? The [[NightOfTheLivingMooks Mariage]], an army of [[ActionBomb Kamikaze]] SuperSoldier [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Cyborg Zombies]].
16th Jan '18 5:16:49 PM Twiddler
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* Creator/MurLafferty's audio drama ''[[http://www.zombinc.net The Takeover]]''. It's like the American venison of ''Series/TheOfficeUS'' but with zombies. And also funny. Oh, and there's a cameo by Johnathan Coulton in the last episode of season 1.

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* Creator/MurLafferty's audio drama ''[[http://www.zombinc.net The Takeover]]''. It's like the American venison of ''Series/TheOfficeUS'' but with zombies. And also funny. Oh, and there's a cameo by Johnathan Coulton Music/JonathanCoulton in the last episode of season 1.
16th Jan '18 5:13:55 PM Twiddler
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* Mur Lafferty's audio drama ''[[http://www.zombinc.net The Takeover]]''. It's like the American venison of ''Series/TheOfficeUS'' but with zombies. And also funny. Oh, and there's a cameo by Johnathan Coulton in the last episode of season 1.

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* Mur Lafferty's Creator/MurLafferty's audio drama ''[[http://www.zombinc.net The Takeover]]''. It's like the American venison of ''Series/TheOfficeUS'' but with zombies. And also funny. Oh, and there's a cameo by Johnathan Coulton in the last episode of season 1.
7th Dec '17 10:32:01 AM zandercan
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** Overlaps with RevenantZombie. Eddie the gerbil doesn't just come back; he comes back sentient, and ''clearly pissed'' about having died of starvation to begin with.
14th Nov '17 12:59:20 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* The graveyard scenario in ''VideoGame/WaxWorks'' has a never-ending supply of respawning zombies roaming around the area.
12th Oct '17 8:43:36 PM TropesForever
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* ''VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet'' has numerous zombie-themed costumes.
19th Sep '17 2:13:11 AM HelloLamppost
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* Golden Age Marvel Comics (back when it was usually called Timely Comics) had its super heroes fighting zombies of one sort or another all the freaking time. The Golden Age in general was fond of zombies as antagonists (Solomon Grundy dates from this period, after all), but Timely in particular used a ''lot'' of them.

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* Golden Age Marvel Comics (back when it was usually called Timely Comics) had its super heroes fighting zombies of one sort or another all the freaking time. The Golden Age in general was fond of zombies as antagonists (Solomon (DC's Solomon Grundy dates from this period, after all), but Timely in particular used a ''lot'' of them.
19th Sep '17 2:12:47 AM HelloLamppost
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* Golden Age Marvel Comics (back when it was usually called Timely Comics) had its super heroes fighting zombies of one sort or another all the freaking time.

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* Golden Age Marvel Comics (back when it was usually called Timely Comics) had its super heroes fighting zombies of one sort or another all the freaking time. The Golden Age in general was fond of zombies as antagonists (Solomon Grundy dates from this period, after all), but Timely in particular used a ''lot'' of them.
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