Friday, December 17, 2010

Finally: the first-ever pulp zombie midrash on a New Testament passage.

Eric Pavlat has the details.

Very, very different. Some say sacrilegious, but I don't see it that way.

Then again, I'm odd.

4 comments:

  1. It's certainly an unusual take on the Harrowing of Hell :-)

    At least he is not saying that Jesus is a zombie. That's good.

    Lazarus - hm. Well. That's unique.

    The resurrected dead being brain-munching zombies? Not an interpretation I'd ever come across before, I have to say.

    But Peter is very kick-ass in the last page we see, so I do have to say, I rather hope he continues it.

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  2. Whahahahaha! Sort of a creepy Halloween version of Holy Saturday!

    I think it's the Barabbas movie where Lazarus is still kinda dead-pale-looking. Personally, I think he'd be more likely to be incredibly perky and energetic about the whole experience.

    "And it was all a dream" would actually work for something like this.

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  3. That leg armor for Lazarus is All. Wrong. Completely non-period, if not impossible.

    That is all. :)

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  4. Hey, are you going to review High King of Montival? I quite enjoyed your other reviews of the Change books.

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