Inside this issue:
FROM ALPHA TO OMEGA
James Gracey considers three directors’ cinematic adaptations of the late, great Richard
Matheson’s magnum opus, I Am Legend.
THE DEVIL MADE US WATC H IT: 28 DAYS LATER
Alexandra West’s new column on game-changing genre films examines Danny Boyle’s
zombie armageddon, 28 Days Later.
SURVIVING THE TIMES
Social collapse and sexual politics lie at the heart of director L.Q. Jones and writer Harlan
Ellison’s 1975 overlooked dystopian gem, A Boy and His Dog.
Chris Hallock explores the post-apocalyptic narratives of author David Moody’s
acclaimed body of work, with words from Moody.
32 2013 IS THE NEW 2012
Ken Hanley investigates the ways in which film, television and video game consumers
have been bombarded with end-of-the-world fodder this year.
ON THE CUTTING EDGE: CONFRONTING MOR(T)ALITY
Issues of morality and mortality come to the fore in Lacey Paige’s interview with taboopushing
FX artist Remy Couture.
ART OF DARKNESS: DARK MEAT
Comic book artist/illustrator and co-creator of Chew, Rob Guillory, dishes on the pathos,
politics and putrid poultry of his bestselling psychic-cannibal-cop series.
SAY MY NAME
Legendary artist/illustrator, Arthur “Zombie King” Suydam, speaks with Max Weinstein
about his work on the Army of Darkness, Marvel Zombies and The Walking Dead comic
franchises, and his role in continuing his family legacy.
FLESH FOR THOUGHT
Colin McCracken probes the humanistic zombie drama, Before Dawn, with words from
director/star Dominic Brunt and writer/star Joanne Mitchell.