Episode two is a bit of back story necessary to setup the comic; tomorrow’s episode is where things begin in earnest.
Kia Ora Bricks of the Dead readers! Knowing Dave is a bit busy with his new job and content being a bit tight on the site, I thought I’d put my hand up to do some more reviews for the site. I have done some LEGO set reviews in the past, but I haven’t gotten… Read more »
Unfortunately, I’m going to have to take a bit of an unscheduled hiatus this week. I’ve been doing the comics on the weekend, since I no longer have time during the work week. This weekend I had a few things come up that are preventing me from doing the comics. Sorry about that.
It’s been thirty years since Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome was released, and even that film was a pale imitation of the first two movies in the series. Yes, Thunderdome had a lot of cool ideas and excellent set pieces, but it was hobbled by they way it tried to cater to kid-friendly adventure that was… Read more »
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to check out another LEGO Zombie Creation. This week we have “The Wall(ker)” by Damien Cansse. I feature builds for all sorts of reasons: epic scale, excellent photography, gripping storytelling, evocative, imagery… I could go on and on. This, however, might be the first time I’ve highlighted one simply… Read more »
While most of the fiction we review here at Bricks of the Dead is zombie related, I’m a huge fan of horror in general. Indeed, many of my favorite horror films feature no zombies whatsoever. With this in mind, I am reviewing Children of the Mark, the latest novel by Michael Garza. Garza also wrote… Read more »
Hey everyone, I’ve got some fairly substantial news that’s going to impact the comic. Don’t worry, Bricks of the Dead isn’t going away or anything like that, but there are going to be some changes. What’s Happening? On Friday, I accepted a new position at my company that is going to require a significant increase… Read more »
This week’s LEGO Zombie Creation is called “Apocalypse – The Beginning“, and was built by Misha Mishin. It’s a great little build with absolutely lovely landscaping. Check it out: What’s Going On? A single survivor, dressed in a hazardous material suit, is fleeing from zombies out of a quarantine zone of some sort. Very recently,… Read more »
The girl, in The Girl with All the Gifts, is Melanie. Young, very intelligent, and with a massive student crush on her favorite teacher Miss Justineau. Her life focuses on her school and lessons. But slowly, we realize there’s something not quite right about Melanie’s school. Everything is in an underground bunker. The children are… Read more »