Christmas Gifts for the Zombie Obsessed

At first it was kinda funny, now it’s just creepy and weird. They are among us – zombie fanatics. They obsess about zombies all day, play zombie games and weave intricate plans that will save them from the imminent zombie attack. Yes, they are coming for you and all that.

Here are some gift ideas for those who can’t stop thinking about zombies.

Christmas Gifts for the Zombie Obsessed

The Zombie Survival Guide – In this outrageous parody of a survival guide, Saturday Night Live staff writer Brooks prepares humanity for its eventual battle with zombies. One would expect the son of Mel Brooks to have a genetic predisposition to humor, and indeed, he does, and he exhibits it relentlessly here: he outlines virtually every possible zombie-human encounter, drafts detailed plans for defense and attack and outlines past recorded attacks dating from 60,000 B.C. to 2002. In planning for that catastrophic day when “the dead rise,” Brooks urges readers to get to know themselves, their bodies, their weaponry, their surroundings and, just in case, their escape routes.

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Glow In The Dark Zombies Playset – Start your very own glow in the dark zombie apocalypse with these nine glow in the dark Zombies. Be careful, they might eat your head while you sleep.

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Zombie Strippers – Yeah, there’s an XXX flick for you perverts, as well. Not so sure what it contains, exactly, and don’t wanna know, really, but Jenna Jameson stars in it, so I guess you can imagine yourself. Let us know how was the plot, will ya?

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Zombie Devil Duck – Hey, if your zombie-obsessed friend wants THIS in their bathroom, who are we to judge?

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Zombie Haiku: Good Poetry For Your…BrainsWhat you are looking at is a document from the early days of the zombie plague. Little is known about the author before his infection – only that he was a poet. This facsimile of his actual journal recounts the events of humanity’s darkest hours through the intimate poetry of haiku. Inside you’ll find increasingly disjointed and terrifying three-line poems (all in the classic 5-7-5 syllable structure), and follow the undead poet on a journey through deserted streets and barricaded doors. Experience every eye-popping, gut-wrenching, flesh-eating moment of the eventual downfall of the human race from the point of view of a zombie, and gain insight to help you survive – if you can.

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The Zombie of Montclaire Moors Sculpture – Not for the faint of heart, Dickinson’s life-sized, gray-toned zombie will claw his way out of your garden plot or family room corner, pleading for assistance with the most lifelike eyes you’ve ever seen. His macabre expression is captured in such great detail in quality designer resin and finished so realistically that you’ll swear you can hear him breathing!

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