Zombie Week On StarWars.com - Blood Thirstday

Bespin refugee - October 15, 2009
Leading up to this month's release of the novel, Death Troopers, StarWars.com has asked a number of artists to create zombified takes on the Star Wars universe. The fourth batch of the week includes Matt Busch's "Zombie Wars: A New Epidemic", and "The Living Dead Strike Back", JAKe's "Knights Of The Living Dead", and Jamie Snell's take on a Death Trooper.

See also:
Zombie Week On StarWars.com - Moanday
Zombie Week on StarWars.com - Tombsday
Zombie Week on StarWars.com - Woundsday
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jedicrippler - 2008-06-21 @ 2:56 am

Wow, that sounds a lot like a pyramid scheme. Goodness me, the WArrior Warrior is doing something of questionable legality. Perish the thought.

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