Zombies Have Issues by Greg StonesZombies Have Issues by Greg Stones

Zombies Have Issues

byGreg Stones

Hardcover | July 15, 2014

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As we know from Greg Stones's first breakout hit book, zombies hate stuff. It's less understood that the undead also struggle with the stuff of everyday life usually navigated by the breathing. Zombies have issues with yoga, bad hair days, chopsticks, the morning commute, touch-screen technology, and more. They kind of enjoy skunks, gardening, and acupuncture, but they have major issues with banana peels, Renaissance fairs, bear traps, and bunnies. In the face of such adversity, all zombies really want is a cure. With humor, wit, and braaaains, Greg Stones's colorful painted panels offer a sympathetically funny, new perspective into the trials and tribulations of the undead in a world made for the living.
Greg Stones is an artist and the author of Zombies Hate Stuff and Penguins Hate Stuff . He lives and works in Rhode Island.
Title:Zombies Have IssuesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:64 pages, 5.25 × 7.38 × 0.38 inPublished:July 15, 2014Publisher:Chronicle BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1452132909

ISBN - 13:9781452132907

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Editorial Reviews

It's not all murder, mayhem and other fun stuff for the undead. Zombies have their own set of problems. In this follow up to his earlier book, Zombies Hate Stuff, Greg Stones has created a new set of colourful illustrations to show us why it can be a challenge to shuffle through the world coping with what used to be normal activities. Only a zombie will have to worry about losing an arm that's attached to helium balloons or getting literally tied up into knots doing yoga.tones does suggest some of the things that a modern zombie would enjoy, so it's not all about lost body parts. Filled with sympathetic humour for the walking dead, we are given a different perspective on the shuffling horde." -North Shore News"