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Zombie Head Decanter

Zombie Head Decanter and Glass

Seriously, you can get wasted just looking at this thing!

Zombie Head Decanter Features!

  • Decanter shaped like a Zombie’s Head
  • Glass Vessel with Cork Stopper
  • Size (capacity): 27 oz / 800 ml
  • Meatures 4″ x 7-1/2″ x 5″

Sale Priced at just $19.95, Visit This Link to purchase!

Zombie Head Beverage Decanter

Zombie Attack Barbie!


Click on Image to Enlarge for Zombie Slaughtering Detail!

It’s true that Barbie can be in any profession she sets her sights on, so why not a well-trained yet fashionable Zombie Killer? Designed by artist Sarah Anne Langton, you can find out more about Zombie Attack Barbie’s unique mission at This Link!

Thanks to Neatorama for The Tip!

Joe Flavin Wins Zombie Magnet in WorleyGig’s FaceBook Contest!!

People really do win here at Worleygig.com! New reader Joe Flavin has won this fantastic looking and highly functional 3D Zombie Magnet (courtesy of the NeatoShop) after being chosen at random from all the folks who clicked “Like” on The Gig’s FaceBook Fan Page, between October 24th and October 31st. Congratulations to Joe and thanks to all new Fans! This was lots of fun! Look for more rad contests coming soon!

Bad Idea Tattoo Of The Day: Zombie Gaga

Wrong on so many levels.

 

Michael Jackson Collectible Figure (Thriller Version)

Hot Toys Michael Jackson Thriller 12 Inch Figure
“Undead Undead Undead…”

From Hot Toys:
Michael Jackson’s performance in the Thriller music video will never be forgotten in our heart. Tribute to the world’s greatest entertainer of all time, Hot Toys is proud to present Michael Jackson in this 1/6th scale collectible figure. This life-like collectible figure depicts the King of Pop as he appears in his Thriller music video in 1983.

This Michael JacksonThriller collectible features:

– Hot Toys’ slim version TrueType body, over 32 points of articulation,
stands approximately 30 cm high
– 2 interchangeable heads – MJ head and Zombie head
– 2 sets of costumes (original red jacket and pants & the zombie suit)
– 2 sets of white socks with black shoes
– Five (5) sets of interchangeable hands and one (1) additional posing right hand
– 12 inch figure stand with the classic Thriller title and Michael Jackson nameplate

Release date: Third Quarter, 2009

Please note that while this item will be made available for sale in Hong Kong and Japan only, there is little doubt that a few will be exported over to the States and show up on eBay or on the shelves/behind the front counter of cool specialty shops like Forbidden Planet here in downtown NYC.

Sick and Twisted Thing of the Day: Living Dead Dolls Pencil Toppers

ldd-pencil-topper
“Living Dead Gurrlll…”

Too bad school is almost out, because school kids would be all over this shit. And who doesn’t love disembodied Doll Heads. I know I do. Mezco Toys has introduced a new line based on one of their most popular products – the Living Dead Dolls Pencil Toppers. Each topper is an accurate miniature recreation of your favorite LDD’s head. Series one contains the disembodied heads of: Sybil, Schitzo and Sadie. Fits most common size pens and pencils (not included) and – for you completist collectors out there – each one is individually carded. My friend Debbie once had a Living Dead Doll made in her likeness and named after her. It was called “Deadborah.” Clever.

Link via Plastic and Plush

Hello Kitty Zombie Cake


Hello Dead Kitty ( Image Source)

Man, I just love this: a Hello Kitty Zombie cake made for little girl’s birthday! I wonder how it tasted?

Thanks to Neatorama via Hello Kitty Hell.

Halloween Zombie Mistaken for Murder Victim

Zombie Horde

It’s the “Feel Good” Story of the Day!

Halloween Zombie Mistaken for Murder Victim

Mon Oct 29, 8:48 AM ET

BERLIN (Reuters) – Passengers on a German train mistook a Halloween reveler dressed up as a gore-covered zombie for a murder victim and called the police.

The 24-year-old man fell into a drunken slumber on his way home from a Halloween party in Hamburg, police in the northern town of Bad Segeberg said on Monday.

Believing his hands and face were smeared with blood, passengers alerted police after getting no response from him.

A first aid team called to the scene soon cleared up the confusion. Police told the man to remove his make-up after which he was allowed to continue his journey.

Bad Segeberg is in a rural area and Halloween isn’t very well known there,” police spokeswoman Silke Tobies said. “So people weren’t expecting anyone to be dressed up on the train.”