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The map of zombies

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Zombies are complicated. There's an order to them, a canon: some can run, some can't, some are from the grave, others the product of a virus. It's not all about brains.

For those unacquainted with the intricacies of the dead (and undead) it can all get a bit confusing. Thankfully, American comic artist Jason B. Thompson has created The Map of Zombies to help navigate the world of flesh-eaters (and non-flesh-eaters).

Taking its design cues from classic medical posters, the map identifies the zombies of over 350 films, games, TV shows and books - starting with the superb opening question, "Shoot them in the chest with a shotgun. Do they die?".

If you're interested in bagging your own copy of The Map of Zombies, check out Thompson's Kickstarter project page.

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(Image: Jason B. Thompson)

(Via: io9)

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