Maybe I don't have to mention the anxiety to a fiew people, that know me a bit better. Fear against zombies. Yes.. kids stuff - I know.
But now there is coming something up on the 31. of october that i really don't want to miss.
It's a Series called "The Walking Dead". Originally written by Robert Kirkman and artist(s) Tony Moore/Charlie Adlard (in 2006). And I thought it's a good way to get rid of that anxiety that i got.
I also don't want to withhold this classic piece of art from you:
Plot Synopsis (via Wikipedia):
The Walking Dead is centered on Rick Grimes, a small-town police officer from Cynthiana, Kentucky, his family, and a number of other survivors who have banded together in order to survive after the world is overrun with zombies. As the series progresses, the characters become more developed, and their personalities shift under the stress of a zombie apocalypse, most notably Rick's.
In the beginning of the series, Rick and partner Shane are in a firefight and Rick is shot and enters a coma. Upon waking in a hospital, he discovers the undead are in the building and town. Rick returns home and shortly decides to go to Atlanta, where the survivors were told to await help, to find his wife Lori and son Carl. He discovers the city is crowded with zombies and bumps into Glenn, a scavenger for a band of survivors. Following Glenn, Rick discovers Lori and Carl are okay along with Shane, who is less than happy that his former partner has returned. He also meets new survivors.
The group searches for a place to call home, settling in several temporary camps, including a prison, which comes to the attention of an insane man calling himself the Governor. The Governor runs his local city, Woodbury, Georgia, like a dictator and tortures Rick and other members of his group, culminating in an all-out assault on the prison. Several of the main characters die in the battle, including the Governor himself. After the prison is made unsecure by an attack, Rick and the surviving members, after leaving with others to Washington, D.C. for a chance to cure the infection, encounter cannibals and a township that is enclosed and safe, but holds a secret.
Enough Said. RSVP here.
This is ,by the way, a good transition to "The Social Network". The movie that I watched yesterday.
The Social Network is about a Webpage that probably everyone of us already heard about. Facebook. Got a billion hits each minute. Wonder how big the servers must be. Hm.
Anyways, I ate probably a ton of popcorn, laughed and had a good time. And I bet 98% of the people sitting in the cinema had there own facebook-account.
Hurray for the new internet life, blogs are nice too! Haha.