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Zombie High Yearbook '64
Printed in blood-spattered black and white, this tribute to high school yearbooks of old is hilarious in its attention to period detail even as it celebrates the 1960s â€œafterlifestyle.â€ The civil rights upheavals of the early '60s saw the dawn of a new, all-inclusive attitude for the nation's youth, whether living or life-challenged. Jeff Busch captures this dynamic mo
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published May 3rd 2011 by Sterling
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After the first 5 pages this book ceased to be interesting. All of the Zombies looked exactly alike (even the girls). This book definitely did not need to be over 100 pages. The back of the book listed a "memorial page" that was redundant & overkill. The Zombie's are already dead so that was making a bad joke even worse. I only read this because the Halloween season is around the corner and I thought it make have a few laughs. Very few laughs indeed.
Where do I start with this beauty. High school, zombies, death, blood, gore, you would think would make for one fun ride. However this ride was short lived and I was screaming to get off. Each black and white page resembling a high school year book with a twist. Everyone is dead and returned as a zombie. Sounds fun right. Wrong! It wasn't fun at all. Boring and nothing special. Each person looked alike and the jokes were not funny. It did make me wonder if this was a real year book that someone ...more