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[[caption-width-right:314:An [[TheUndead undead]] [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]]. [[ThisIsGonnaSuck Great]].]]

When most people think of TheUndead, they tend to think of the formerly human rising up from their graves or something similar.

This trope, on the other hand, is about those whose life started out "[[FantasticSapientSpeciesTropes fant]][[OurMonstersAreDifferent astic]]" even before they joined the ranks of the dead. Whether they were an [[OurElvesAreBetter Elf]], a [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragon]], a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Demon]], or even something [[EldritchAbomination completely divorced from reality]], the one thing common among them is that they're all dead (or at least resemble some combination of some sort of traditional undead and its own base species) and still kicking.

You may even see an Undead God. In that case, you should run, [[EldritchAbomination run as fast as you can]].

See RaisingTheSteaks for undead animals (where examples of such should go there instead of here).

See HybridMonster, when two ''living'' fantasy species are combined. Contrast HybridOverkillAvoidance. Also, compare MechanicalMonster and NinjaPirateZombieRobot.

TheGrimReaper and other {{Psychopomp}}s can be one, depending on their origin.

{{Dracolich}} is a specific subtrope when the creature turns out to have been a dragon.



[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* [[spoiler:Asto]] in ''Manga/{{Nora}}''. [[spoiler:Knell likes making familiars from dead demons]].
* ''Manga/InuYasha'' has had undead demons. They tend to get fleshier the more strength they recover.
* One chapter of ''Manga/TheKurosagiCorpseDeliveryService'' had the gang dealing with the ghost of an ''alien''.
* The Thriller Bark story arc of ''Manga/OnePiece'' had the Wild Zombies which were stitched together from assorted animals, and the Surprise Zombies, who disguised themselves as paintings, decorations and other objects.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* One of the many characters turned zombie in ''ComicBook/MarvelZombies'' is ComicBook/{{Morbius}} the living vampire.
-->'''Morbius:''' "I am a VAMPIRE! I am a ZOMBIE! I am a [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs VAMBIE]]! I cannot be stopped!"
* ''ComicBook/AgeOfTheWolf'': The heroine is at one point attacked by zombie werewolves at a wolf burial site that have been brought to life by the female werewolf alpha that she was pursuing.

[[folder:Fan Fiction]]
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/2889350/1/Bungle-in-the-Jungle-A-Harry-Potter-Adventure Bungle in the Jungle: A Harry Potter Adventure]]'', only most of the Inferi in the lost city are humans. There's also a number of pegasi and a {{Dracolich}}. This gets a nod in the [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/3759007/1/Turn-Me-Loose-A-Harry-Potter-Adventure sequel]] where Harry mentions that most undead can't fly so getting above them is extremely useful when fighting them.

* Throughout the ''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'' franchise, the guys have encountered spirits of various non-human entities or even demons.
* In ''Film/{{Daybreakers}}'', animals can become vampires, and some theorise that vampirism may have spread to humans from animals. At the start of the film a vampire scientist mentions that the initial outbreak was followed by a series of devastating forest fires as vampire woodland creatures wandered into the sunlight and burst into flames. His lab also contains a photograph of a chimpanzee with vampire fangs.

* In one of ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' books, Harry encounters an extremely strong ghost he calls the Nightmare, and suspects it's one of these. [[spoiler: Specifically the ghost of the demon serving the sorcerer Leonid Kravos, an old enemy of his that he'd defeated offscreen at some point. He later learns that the ghost is Kravos himself, whose death had been concealed from him.]]
** [[spoiler: And then there was that time Harry raised a ''Tyrannosaurus Rex'' as a zombie...]]
* ''Literature/{{Xanth}}'' has featured zombie versions of just about everything, at one time or another.
* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'':
* In the second book, ''Literature/WordsOfRadiance'', it is revealed that [[spoiler:Shardblades]] are essentially [[spoiler:zombie spren. They were bound to the old Knights Radiant, and when the Knights broke their oaths, the spren were trapped in Blade form. A normal person can bond a Shardblade and give the spren the ability to mimic life enough to be [[SummonToHand summoned or dismissed at will]], but nothing more. When a Knight who still holds their oaths touches a Shardblade, the spren is revived for a moment, [[AndIMustScream and immediately begins screaming in agony]] (though only the Knight and the person bonded to the Blade can hear it)]].
** In the third book, ''Literature/{{Oathbringer}}'', [[spoiler: we get to see the manifestation of the spren that is Adolin's Shardblade in Shadesmar, the home Realm of the spren, when Adolin, Kaladin, and Shallan are transported there. She looks like she's made of dead vines (a "dead" version of the normal form of her kind of spren) and has eyes that appear to be scratched out like a damaged painting. She mindlessly follows Adolin around unless prevented from doing so and otherwise does nothing. Other spren refer to these spren as "deadeyes".]]
* The main character in ''Literature/EdenGreen'' quickly determines that the alien needle 'monsters' invading her city are in fact alien 'animals' that have unfortunately been infected with a symbiote (which, even more unfortunately, can spread to humans). The creatures are dealt with further in the sequel, ''Literature/NewNight''.

[[folder:Mythology And Religion]]
* The Egyptian gods were mostly immortal through [[WeCanRebuildHim recovery]] and [[ResurrectiveImmortality resurrection]] but Apep, usually depicted as a really big snake, was functionally unable to be killed at all because of him being from the darkness before the universe, which now happens make up the underworld the dead pass through on their way to the afterlife. He hates the fact that there is life at all and wants to destroy the sun to bring about the end of the universe as ancients knew it, to put things back the way they used to be.[[/folder]]

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''
** The {{Dracolich}} ({{Lich}} dragon), which originated in the ForgottenRealms (it can now be found in most settings). There are also vampire, ghost, zombie, and skeleton dragons.
** The groaning spirit (banshee) is the "spirit of an evil female elf".
** ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'' introduced vampires created from non-human creatures such as elves, dwarves, gnomes, halflings and even ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'''s kender. Although to be exact, it's more that they gave them variant powers and weaknesses, as most of these races already could be turned into vampires.
** The death tyrant is an undead beholder.
** The adventure I2 ''Tomb of the Lizard King'' had a lizard king who was changed into a vampire by a ''Wish'' spell.
** [[OrcusOnHisThrone Orcus]], the demon lord of the undead/occasional undead god. Although as of late he's mostly alive. And ''[[OmnicidalManiac PISSED]]''.
** [[http://www.lightning.eu.org/dnd/epicMonsters.html#atropal Atropals]] are the [[EldritchAbomination undead fetuses of unborn gods]] (colloquially referred to as Undead Aborted God Fetuses).
** Vampire [[{{Cthulhumanoid}} Mind Flayers]] suck blood with their tentacles. Fortunately (maybe), vampirism destroys most of their intelligence and turns them into animalistic predators. Also, alhoon are mind flayer {{lich}}es. ''They'' keep all their mental faculties; [[OhCrap they need them for spells and psionics]]. On the upside, they suffer from tissue desiccation, so they have to take frequent baths, or [[NightmareRetardant drink a bowl of soup.]] So cute!
** And zombies and skeletons can be made from just about anything that leaves a corpse. In fact, many types of undead in 3rd Edition are created though applying a template to an existing creature, so you can wind up with medusa vampires, giant mummies, beholder ghosts, gnoll death knights, and many, many other combinations.
** Necromentals are undead elementals.
** Visages are undead, raised from outsiders (this is a type of creature, including, but not limited to, angels, demons, devils and most servants of gods).
** Bloodfiends are vampire demons.
** Kyuss, TheWormThatWalks, created many types of those (in addition to his better-known worm-infested zombies), usually in the form of gigantic vermin like scorpions or, well, worms.
** In ''TabletopGame/{{Eberron}}'', the Elves of Aerenal have [[DarkIsNotEvil their own versions of undead called the Deathless]]. These act as their rulers through the Undying Court, and are animated by positive energy rather than the usual Negative energy used by regular undead. Similarly, ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' has baelnorns, a type of good-aligned elf liches.
** And many, many monsters that are considered as undead but were not living creatures at all (like nightshades), are composed from many creatures, or are specifically created from nonhumans.
* While TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} gives us the normal variant of undead from the Plague Zombies of [[{{Plaguemaster}} Nurgle]], or [[AffablyEvil Grandfather Nurgle]] as his followers call him, Nurgle otherwise loves [[ZigZagged playing with]] this trope. It's {{Inverted}} with Nurglite Space Marines (for a [[SuperSoldier given definition of "nonhuman"]]), also called "plague marines", given that they're still very much ''alive'', even though injury and disease should have made them keel over dead ''long'' ago. (Most have open wounds that leave their entrails exposed and hanging out of their bodies.) Also averted with, Nurglite Daemons, who look like they should be undead, but are as "alive" as any other daemon.
** [[SpaceElves Eldar]] are an alien race who have to wear exotic crystals called "spirit stones" which would store their souls after death, so that they can avoid a horrible afterlife. Occupied spirit stones are integrated into the "Infinity Circuit", a structure integrated into their ships as a surrogate afterlife, and used by the living Eldar to seek advice from their ancestors, particularly in times of need. So their ships are part technological, part ''dead aliens''. In times of need, they will also have the souls of the dead integrated into an essentially robot body to be used as heavy infantry or as walker vehicles, the largest of which are on the scale of a Franchise/{{Gundam}}.
** Necrons are another alien race--well, ''former'' aliens. They transferred their [[BrainUploading consciousnesses into robot bodies]] about [[TimeAbyss 60 million years ago]] in a bid to gain immortality and power, but their masters, [[PhysicalGod the C'tan]] had manipulated them into doing it to [[YourSoulIsMine gain access to their souls (for eatin')]] without losing access to standing forces. They're flavor is very much that of an ancient Empire, once lost and now resurgent. They're essentially [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot undead robot aliens]].
* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasyBattle'' has a Regiment of Renown (a mercenary unit with unique rules) made of a cursed undead warrior and the enemies he had killed. The miniature sculptors had a field day devising skeletal versions of many of Warhammer's races.
** Vampires also have some additional warbeasts not based on humans, most notably the Terrorgeist, a zombified bat the size of a dragon.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}'' has a number of metahumans affected by HMHVV (Human Meta-Human Vampiric Virus), its equivalent of undead. They include the banshee (former elf), goblin (former dwarf), wendigo (former ork) and dzoo-noo-qua (former troll).
** It should be pointed out that HMHVV infectees are not actually undead. They are mutants, yes, but not undead. [[MagicAIsMagicA As one of the fundamental laws of magic in Shadowrun is that you cannot raise the dead]], "True" undead do not exist. Most undead are either dead bodies animated by magic (Think fleshy, magical robots), or possessed by something. The Sheddim (Corpses possessed by spirits from the far planes) are one such examples. As are Zombies (Corpses animated by mages). Cyberzombies are people kept artificially alive through cybernetics, magic, drugs and spirits. Their body is technically "dead", all that mojo is needed to keep it going. Note that all the above can be metahuman, or not.
* In the [[Tabletopgame/YuGiOh Yu-Gi-Oh! card game]], there are quite a few non-human undeads, including the variants of legacy cards (i. e. Summoned Skull -> Archfiend Zombie Skull, Red Eyes Black Dragon -> Red Eyes Zombie Dragon, etc.). Early non-human cards classed as zombies included dragons, ''boats'', and clowns (what?).
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' has the Zombie Vehicle spell which is designed with spaceships in mind.
* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' has an immense number of these, mostly various types of zombie. Zombie goblins, centaurs, ''[[WhenTreesAttack plants and fungi]]'' have all been seen as base cards. And because cards exist that resurrect creatures and give them the zombie subtype, any kind of creature in the game can theoretically be raised as zombies, from skeletons and ghosts to [[ElementalEmbodiment elementals]] and [[LivingStatue artifacts]]. It's probably best not to think too hard about it.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' gives us the Neverborn, who are what happens when the architects of all Creation are killed. As they never foresaw themselves as dying, the cycle of reincarnation can't possibly fit them, so they're stuck fettered to Creation and suffering from eternal gangrene of the soul. Which would explain why they want everything else to die, as that would free them to die as well.
* The ''TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness'' - particularly ''TabletopGame/GeistTheSinEaters'' - gives us the Chthonians, mysterious, powerful things that live in the depths of the Underworld. No one actually knows what they ''are'', but speculation paints them as the ghosts of entities that lived long before humanity walked the earth.
* In TabletopGame/D20Modern, the Bodak are undead [[TheGrays Grays]].

* ''VideoGame/DragonFable'' and ''VideoGame/AdventureQuest'' have tons of these. Undead elves, [[BadassAdorable undead kittens.]] undead demons, even the odd {{Dracolich}} here and there. The general rule is: If it was alive, it can be undead.
* [[BigBad Moric]] the {{Necromancer}}'s undead Dracelon from ''Videogame/{{Mardek}} 2''. Comes from Moric and Rohoph's homeworld of Anshar; it's basically a dragon with three legs plus a WaveMotionTuningFork claw. Moric's droma servants are probably undead too.
** He even added cybernetic parts to the dracelon, making it an [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot alien dragon zombie cyborg]].
** The ''Videogame/{{Mardek}}'' series so far has also featured zombie versions of normal dragons, monsters (which are a specific species in this {{verse}}), and [[GoddamnBats fumerats]].
* The ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile'' series features zombie dragons as bosses and subbosses.
* There are zombie dragon bosses in ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII''.
* The roguelike game ''VideoGame/NetHack'' has zombie and mummy giants, elves, dwarves, orcs and gnomes along with the regular ol' human variant. You can also zap most corpses with wands of undead turning to bring monsters and animals back to life.
* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'', likely due to its creator's [[AuthorAppeal (in)famous obsession with humanoid skeletons]], has quite a few of these.
** The boss of the (intentionally misspelled) "Cyrpt," the [[MyNaymeIs Bonerdagon]]. It's an undead dragon made of bones, but it might also be an undead dagon made of boners.
** There was a special event that led players to visit a ZombieApocalypse future which features the main town with various enemies turned zombies, including the usual clowns, half-orcish hobos, lizardmen and gnolls, to some of the more bizarre enemies like yeast beasts, n00bs, asparagus cans and... zmobies from the aforementioned Misspelled Cemetary.
--> This is a zmobie who got sick and died again, then came back to life again as a zombie. That makes sense, right?
** Another special event involved an archaeological dig, where players could dig up ancient artifacts and fossils. The archaeologist behind the discovery turned out to be a necromancer, and next thing you know, everyone's fighting off reanimated skeletons of ancient snakes, bats, baboons, spiders, wyrms, and demons. Because the bones are fossilized, the skeletons are also much more resistant to damage than modern skeletons.
** In the cemetery behind Spookyraven Manor, you can fight the skeletons of cats, hamsters, and monkeys. After collecting an ungodly number of assorted bones from them, you can construct a "Misshapen Animal Skeleton" familiar, the reanimated skeleton of... some sort of mutant abomination, possibly created by your character's poor knowledge of anatomy.
* In the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series, there are various NonHumanUndead creatures. A staple of the series is the [[DemBones Dry Bones]], a reanimated Koopa skeleton. The ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' series adds variations of Dry Bones, along with other NonHumanUndead (e.g. [[BonusBoss Bonetail]] from ''The Thousand Year Door'' and Bonechill of ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'')
* ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} III'' has the undead Scourge side, and their ranks include more than undead humans. They also have undead spider-men called Crypt Fiends, undead elves called banshees, and a super flying undead dragon with ice breath. Plus, generic skeletons can be made with the corpses of any species. ''Frozen Throne'' later has Skeleton Orc creeps.
** Later on in VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft, when Death Knights became playable it meant that you could have an undead version of every race: dwarves, gnomes, werewolves, goblins, elves... You could even have an [[UpToEleven Undead Death Knight]], meaning a human who died, was raised from the dead, then was killed and THEN risen from the dead ''again''.
** Averted with the Worgen (werewolves) whose curse makes them immune to undeath. Some people deliberately let themselves be bitten for this very reason.
* Any kind of living creature in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' can have a zombie or skeletal version, including monsters like dragons, giants, and imps.
** The undead have no need for sustenance (such as water, in case of fish). Some of the worst undead you can encounter are thus [[KillerRabbit giant sponges and whales]] as killing them was hard but avoiding them was easy before; avoiding them now isn't as simple as staying away from the water, because they can now pursue you even on land. The sponges are even worse as they lack any limbs to cripple so the only way to beat them is to have your army dwarfs use hammers to literally beat Spongebob to a pulp (in version 0.40 onward) before it pushes too many of your worker dwarfs to death. Or just use magma like a "smart" (read: average) player would do.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'' loves undead monsters, even if they're not human. Many of the monster types have an undead version. Examples include undead wolves, undead war horses, undead vampire bats, undead slimes, and undead ''[[ActionBomb bombs]]''. There's also the requisite undead boss who is a ConjoinedTwins demon with visible skull.
** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' had a FlyingSeafoodSpecial Zombie whale.
** And in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyI'', there was the boss of the Castle of Ordeals, a Zombie Dragon, as well as a few other monster undead.
** Pretty much every enemy in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'' is undead (technically Unsent), made up of souls that weren't sent to the afterlife by a Summoner until they coalesce into fiends. [[spoiler:And even two of your party members, although one wasn't so much "dead" as "never existed"]].
* ''VideoGame/CaveStory'' featured the Undead Core, which was possessed by the evil Doctor. Also, Ballos.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}} 2'' necromancers can get the ability to animate the corpses of their enemies as they were in life instead of somehow ending up with humanoid skeletons, as happens before this.
** Then there's also the enemies like Undead scavenger, or the undead Flayer demons.
** ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' gives us the Witch Doctor class, who can raise zombie dogs and the "Gargantua", who is made from an undead bear.
* In ''VideoGame/BattleForWesnoth'' the sprite and characteristics of a living corpse depend on who it was before death: mounted corpses move faster, gnome corpses have better defence in mountains, and so on.
* One of the five inhabitants of [[EldritchLocation the Nether]] in ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' are Zombie Pigmen, which are ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Notably, unlike typical undead in this game, Zombie Pigmen are not naturally aggressive toward the player, although if you attack one, their entire tribe will swarm after you.
* Though it is hard to classify the objects in question as "undead", as they were never really "alive", [[TheVirus the bacteria]] in ''VideoGame/{{Extermination}}'' has the ability to infect quite literally anything. This includes water, security turrets and at one point a train.
* The Necropolis faction in ''Videogame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic'' often deploys [[{{Dracolich}} bone dragons and ghost dragons]], but in ''Might and Magic: Heroes VI'' they deploy lamusu, undead sphinxes and namtarus, undead SpiderPeople instead. According to each unit's description, the namtarus are servants of the necromancer's goddess, Asha, while the lamusu were the result of a bizarre experiment which magically crossbred humans with manticores. The experiment was deemed a failure because most lamusu were susceptible to their own venom and died soon after birth, but the necromancers discovered they became powerful undead when resurrected.
* ''VideoGame/VagrantStory'' includes zombie variants of several of the games enemies as optional {{Bonus Boss}}es: zombie [[ALoadOfBull minotaur]], zombie [[OurOgresAreHungrier ogre]], and [[{{Dracolich}} zombie dragon]].
* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'':
** In terms of humanoid undead, this is largely downplayed throughout the series. Nearly every skeleton, zombie, draugr, and variations thereof are human. And we mean ''human'': no [[OurElvesAreBetter Mer (Elves)]], [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orcs]], [[CatFolk Khajiit]], or [[LizardFolk Argonians]] among them (unless they're made from the recently-dead with Reanimate spells). Naturally, several {{Game Mod}}s are available for each game which rectify this.
** That said, there are plenty of undead ''animals'' and other creatures. Bonewolves, "Skinned Hounds", and vampiric Death Hounds are various forms of undead canine. ''[[Videogame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]''[='s=] ''Dawnguard'' DLC adds Arvak, an undead HellishHorse. ''Skyrim'' also offers some undead ''[[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]]'', including a {{Dracolich}} and [[spoiler:Durnehviir, a zombified dragon]].
* In ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow'', two of [[VampireMonarch Carmilla's]] servants are demons she turned.
* The ExpansionPack for ''VideoGame/BlackAndWhite 2'' pits you against an undead ''god''. It sucks just as much as it sounds.
* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'' features canine versions of the familiar Stalfos called Stalhounds.
** ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'' doesn't have Stalfos. It does, however, have Stal Bokoblins, Moblins, Lizalfos, and even ''[[HellishHorse horses]]''.
* ''Videogame/{{Sacred}}'' has multiple examples, including undead horses, undead cattle, undead goblins, undead trolls, and a {{Dracolich}}.
* In ''Franchise/MassEffect'', Husks are essentially [[ArtificialZombie Cyborg Zombies]] created by the Reapers. In the first game, you only ever see Human Husks. In the second game, [[spoiler:we learn that the Collectors are actually modified Protheans from the previous cycle]] and in the third game, due to [[spoiler:the Reapers arriving]], we see Husks of the other races - Cannibals are amalgamations of Batarians and Humans, Banshees are Asari [[OurVampiresAreDifferent Ardat-Yakshi]], Marauders are Turians, Ravagers are [[spoiler:Rachni]], and Brutes are amalgamations of Turians and Krogan.
* Creator/{{Epyx}}'s ''VideoGame/TempleOfApshai'' has several, such as vampire bats, zombies, and wraiths.
* ''TheBindingOfIsaac'' has plenty of monstrosities as bosses in the first levels. Later on in the game, you may find undead versions of those same bosses, who have similar attacks but pumped up. Examples include Monstro II to Monstro, The Bloat to Peep, Blighted Ovum to Gemini and Teratoma to Fistula.
* ''{{VideoGame/Arcanum}}'' has a dungeon full of zombified dwarves.

* The series ''Webanimation/{{Xombie}}'' gives us zombified versions of a dog, a dinosaur, a tiger, and even some glimpses of zombie sharks and octopus.

* Non-human undead are common in ''WebComic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', usually as the soldiers of [[EvilSorceror Xykon]] and [[DarkMessiah Redcloak]], both of whom have the ability to create undead, usually from the corpses of their dead, non-human servants. Between them they have created zombie goblins, zombie hobgoblins, zombie trolls, zombie dragons and even a zombie angel.
** [[spoiler:Minister Malack]] is a vampire lizardfolk, and [[spoiler:Durkon]] is now a vampire dwarf.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Terrorcon_%28Prime%29 Terrorcons]] of ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' are Zombie HumongousMecha, reanimated by Dark Energon as horriffic, mindless, savage berserkers that look like they bashed their way out of Hell's junkyard and straight into your nightmares. That Megatron is ''proud'' of [[{{Necromancer}} creating them]] speaks volumes about both [[NightmareFuel the Terrorcons]] and Megatron.
* D'Compose of the WesternAnimation/{{Inhumanoids}} is a giant undead dinosaur-looking EldritchAbomination whose merest touch can transform others into giant, undead abominations until [[UndeathAlwaysEnds revived by]] [[WeaksauceWeakness sunlight]].
* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'':
** The Lich appears to be the undead of some sort of giant with horns. Assuming it was just a mutant human, he definitely becomes one when he takes over Billy's body, since Billy's a giant.
** Marceline, the [[VampireMonarch Vampire Queen]], is only [[HalfHumanHybrid half-human]] - her other half is demonic.
** "[[Recap/AdventureTimeS1E1SlumberPartyPanic Slumber Party Panic]]" and "[[Recap/AdventureTimeS3E13FromBadToWorse From Bad to Worse]]" feature the Candy People (sentient candy, pastries, and other sugary snacks), Jake the Dog (a talking, shapeshifting dog[[spoiler:/interdimensional creature hybrid]]), Lady Rainicorn (a talking cross between a {{unicorn}} and a rainbow), and Lumpy Space Princess (a talking purple cloud) turning into zombies.
* In the original ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'', the gang deals with a boneyard that is evidently haunted by both a ghost alien and his haunted spaceship. Of course, this being Scooby Doo, it turns out to be a criminal in a disguise.
* One ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' episode had the RV crew get attacked by zombie pets, including a living rock.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}'' episode "Bite, Shuffle, and Moan" had all the mutants on Keepaway Island getting turned into zombies.
* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' episode ''[[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS2E7LegacyOfTerror Legacy of Terror]]'' features undead [[InsectoidAlien Geonosians]] that are controlled by parasitic brain worms. Although [[HumanoidAliens closer to human]] than the Geonosians, ''[[Recap/StarWarsTheCloneWarsS4E19Massacre Massacre]]'' features undead Nightsisters (female Dathomirians) reanimated through magic.