hese designs draw inspiration from classic Zombie songs: “Living Dead Girl” by Justin Osbourn, “More Human Than Human” by Geoff May, “Dragula” by Abrar Ajmal, and “Werewolf Women of the SS” by Scarcrowoven (which also pays tribute to his Grindhouse faux-trailer), while Christopher Franchi illustrates a colorful portrait of the Astro-Creep himself.
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