Warning: The above film contains Zombie Violence. Someone’s gone and made a Marvel Zombies fan-film–and it’s pretty good.

Zombies are all the rage and Marvel has been riding that wave with their insanely popular series Marvel Zombies. The first series went through several printings. It was followed by a Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness series and Marvel Zombies 2 is currently running. They even released a collected edition of all of the covers from the series.

The fan film was bound to happen and at least it’s really well done. I would actually like to see more. There are rumors circulating that Marvel is going to do a Direct-to-DVD Marvel Zombies animated film. I’d definitely check that out.

As much as I hate to say it. The original series (and the sequel) have both been fun. The Army of Darkness crossover was a little forced, but the two series by Robert Kirkman have been fun, skewed looks into a twisted version of the Marvel Universe. Kirkman has managed to keep the series fresh, which doesn’t seem surprising, since he’s the mastermind behind the amazingly good Zombie series “The Walking Dead” from Image comics.

One of the few series that I’ve collected in trades (they’re up to 7 volumes now). It’s a fresh and fleshed out (no pun intended) look at the zombie genre that not only explores an reality the George Romero dreamed up, but what would happen to the few humans that survived and what they would be willing to do to stay safe. Definitely worth picking up all 7 volumes.

  1. The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye
  2. The Walking Dead Vol. 2: Miles Behind Us
  3. The Walking Dead Vol. 3: Safety Behind Bars
  4. The Walking Dead Vol. 4: The Heart’s Desire
  5. The Walking Dead Vol. 5: The Best Defense
  6. The Walking Dead, Vol. 6: This Sorrowful Life
  7. The Walking Dead, Vol. 7: The Calm Before

Carter is one of the most well-spoken 4-year olds I’ve encountered. That’s likely in part due to the fact he gets a lot of practice talking. He can fill 30-minutes of driving with questions, comments and answers. The sad reality is that it causes you to tune out at times and there’s not telling what you’re missing.

I’ll be posting from time to time, fun things he says or does as a way to remember them and to share them.

Lately, he’s been enjoying Fruit Cocktail which he calls…

Fruit Cottontail

Some things you just don’t want to correct him on.


Every day a new player enters the field of online video. New codecs, new players and new exclusives appear every day. Yesterday I discovered a new player in the field and it’s a fun one.

Videos.SesameWorkshop.com offers hundreds of the best clips from years and years worth of Sesame Street. The interface is simple. Images of popular Sesame Street characters pre-populate the search field with their names. Perfect for little ones learning to navigate on the computer. Likewise, there’s little else on the screen to distract and each video is tagged with topics.

Clicking Cookie Monster’s image returns 110 video clips, with the first being a muppet-filled sing-a-long of “C is for Cookie” that is just awesome. The embedded player leaves me wanting more. The video quality is pretty bad and I wish you could embed the video to a site.

Still, it’s a step in the right direction and I’ll be interested to see where this leads.