Never Forget World War Z with These Haunting Prints

By on June 20, 2013

Never Forget World War Z with These Haunting Prints

With World War Z inbound in cinemas worldwide, questions abound.  How did the war start? Who survived? Did we win? Does the movie hold a candle to the book? Why is there a cat in the movie poster?

Zombie Cats?

Still, with the early word that the movie acquits itself better than its trailers, I believe that we have found the most tasteful way to celebrate World War Z with some “Limited Edition” World War Z poster prints based on various licensed covers from printings of the book worldwide.  That’s right, there are more to book covers than just the “normal” and “movie” versions.

WWZ:LE print Hands

WWZ:LE print Foreign

WWZ:LE print Flags

WWZ:LE print Gas Mask

WWZ:LE print Globe


These prints are $12 apiece, but they are currently on backorder. Nevertheless, Think Geek is taking orders, which should mean that the posters are not yet sold out.

Now, having embraced a tasteful appreciation and interpretation of Max Brooke’s excellent faux zombie war documentary, it is time to answer another important question.  This is a question posed and answered by the gents of AwfulDJ, so you can expect it to be awfully funny.

The question is, isn’t the movie trailer for World War Z sublimely telling the story of The Weather Girls’ It’s Raining Men?

Hallelujah, that song makes just about anything funny, even a tragic zombie-filled struggle for humanity.  And if it has not been pointed out already, everyone should check out the original and classic War World Z.

About Brian Hoss

As a video game designer, I have worked for years with companies like Activision, Electronic Arts and Zenimax. Naturally, my fascination with technology, the internet, and the age-old social sharing of storytelling has prompted me to indulge writing for The CheckOut. Google BMH


  1. Curtez

    June 20, 2013 at 6:01 pm

    Brian, thanks for the link! Interesting site you have here. I’ve been a fan of WWZ since I was knee high to a crawler. Love, the prints and thanks for giving me something else to blog about

    • Brian Hoss

      June 21, 2013 at 11:00 am

      Right back at you. Go ZombiePop!

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