JEFF BUSCH is an award-winning book, movie, and video game illustrator who spends an unwholesome amount of his free time thinking about the ways of the undead. He and his family live just outside CHICAGO.
Zombie High Yearbook '64by Jeff Busch
Printed in blood-spattered black and white, this tribute to high school yearbooks of old is hilarious in its attention to period detail even as it celebrates the 1960s “afterlifestyle.” The civil rights upheavals of the early '60s saw the dawn of a new, all-inclusive attitude for the nation's youth, whether living or life-challenged. Jeff Busch captures this dynamic moment in an all-American zombie high school, when a generation of young revenants looked forward to a brighter tomorrow, filled with college, career, and family. And brains-lots and lots of brains….
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I'm into anything zombie related but it was finally nice to find something that puts a spin on the genre and breathes life into the dead. Great snapshots of zombie life in society. If you're into Tim Burton and Romero, this book is definitely for you.
It's everything I thought it would be...and more! From pictures of the school grounds to pictures of the staff & teachers (a few of them live), from typical student head shots to sports team photos. All the details are there; bloody fingerprints, hastily scrawled "editorial" messages from classmate to classmate, everything. Adding to cart.