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Zombified characters


It's always sad when a beloved character dies. We cried for minutes when Arnie kicked the bucket in T2.

But what's even more unbearable is the thought that this same person may return as a flesh-hungry zombie, who'll view you as a living, breathing meal and won't even be able to remember your birthday.

Imagining such a terrifying situation for us, Andre De Freitas has created a selection of zombified pop culture portraits. They include the much easier-to-find Wally, the much less helpful Batman and Charlie Brown, who'll teach his mean friends a thing or two.

You can see more of his work here.



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