Meet The Crew
Such beauty, such poise, such a disgrace. Chelsea was once head cheerleader for the local high school. But that one horrific night, where the loss on the field meant a loss of heads, Chelsea’s pom poms have never recovered and her splits? Let’s just say she leaves a little too much of herself on the sidelines.
Before the zombie apocalypse, Kenneth was everyone’s friend. You knew a party was going to be a good time if Kenneth was there. Now, after lending more than a hand to a group of ghouls one Saturday night, Kenneth makes a ghoul out of himself, creeping around town looking for a few new fiends to liven up his dead party.
Kenneth’s younger brother Daniel has always been more than a little jealous of his popular sibling. So that night, when he set up the band of marauding walkers to lure Kenneth into aiding them by the side of the highway, he found that the arrangement would cost him an arm, a leg, and more than a pound of flesh. Poor Daniel, he’s still following Creeping Kenneth around town waiting for scraps.
Wow, what a looker. Or is that a walker? Once the manager of Fredonia’s most popular casino, Paige was the envy of most women and the desire of most men. All it took was for her to put a little skin in the game, and she became just another victim of the outbreak. Now she’s turning heads in a whole new way — and it’s not pretty.
It’s just ironic. Before the outbreak, Nikki had this really annoying habit of chewing gum. Actually, chewing is putting it mildly. The girl chomped endlessly, loudly, and oddly aggressively, as if she had a bone to pick with each wad. Call it karma, social justice, or sad irony that she herself is covered in bite marks now and what she masticates on can hardly be said to freshen the breath. Taste the brainbow.
One may want to ask what makes Jake such a slippery character, but trust us, you don’t want to know. Once infected, the repeat criminal discovered a fairly sickening way of sliding through the bars of the jail and escaping into the night. But don’t worry, cops are hot on his entrails.
Never one to put up with deadbeats, Mama Mae proved to be quite the challenge for the zombies. Having raised Kenneth and Daniel, she was prepared to battle monsters. Unfortunately, she wasn’t quite ready when she turned out to be the main course during dinner. However, she remains a “deadicated” parent.
If you ever have the misfortune of meeting Officer Owens, you’ll know there are far worse things than a traffic ticket. Once a pillar of the community, Owens’ downfall came when he tried to stop Jailbreaker Jake from escaping custody. You could say he’s got a flesh start as a decorated member of the undead.
From stud to dud, just like that. When you’re the star quarterback and boyfriend of the head cheerleader Chelsea, everything’s looking up. But the big game turned ugly and all his on-field strategies couldn’t save him from the onslaught. Now, he’s lucky if he qualifies for a skullership.
Look kids! Santa’s joined his own naughty list! After delivering toys last year to the children of Fredonia Santa had a mishap of sorts that … well, let’s just say Santa went for a different kind of slay-ride. Now, after stewing for a year in his own putrid juices, Santa’s back with a special treat.
You know that guy who always has some tired joke or groan-inducing pun to share? Yeah, that’s Randall. It’s no wonder somebody stabbed him in the back. It was probably just to get him to shut up. Unfortunately, the undead weren’t any happier with him than the living and the infection set in before death came to call. Now he roams the town, looking for zombody to love.
Living in an RV outside of town, Tony thought that maybe his hermit-like seclusion finally paid off when townies started dropping like flies from the zombie apocalypse. But never being able to resist a cookie, Tony opened his door to the wrong Girl Scout (or is it Ghoul Scout) — who made a treat out of Tony, transforming him into another of the undead.