Wednesday, September 30, 2009

#59 Alastair Wrigley

Alastair Wrigley - Deceased

Eldest of the Barmy Banana Brothers. Always pushing for baggier pants, more annoying honks and just one more cream pie, some have said he was responsible for the trout-juggling tragedy.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

#58 Pablo Pantsalot

Pablo Pantsalot - Deceased

Recruited into the Banana Brothers after a tragic trout-juggling accident caused the death of Roger Wrigley. Pablo always felt like an outsider. His last thought as his 'brothers' abandoned him among the ravenous horde was, "what a pack of gobshites."

Monday, September 28, 2009

#57 Wesley Wrigley

Wesley Wrigley - Deceased

Was the first of the brothers to enter comedy, he had dreams of being a stand-up comic. The day he finally put on the red nose and baggy pants, he lost a piece of his soul. He lost the rest on the third day of the outbreak.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

#56 Cecil Wrigley

Cecil Wrigley - Deceased

Some would say he was the barmiest of the Barmy Banana Brothers. Others would say the only barmy thing about any of them is that they didn't once use bananas in their act.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

#55 Garfield Wrigley

Garfield Wrigley - Deceased

Nobody laughed at the final performance of the Barmy Banana Brothers. No change there then.

Friday, September 25, 2009

#54 Lulu Beetkins

Lulu Beetkins - Deceased

Never shaved her armpits. Not that anyone cares any more, but it was important to her. Her one protest against the norms of society.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

#53 Tim Wilson

Tim Wilson - Deceased

When he opened the doors of the club, singing along with the blaring sounds of 'I Will Survive', he had no idea how wrong he would be. Fake tan offers little protection against the living dead.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

#52 Ethyl Apricot

Ethyl Apricot - Deceased

Just typical - spend hours doing your hair and make-up only to be attacked by an undead horde and spend the day shambling around in a dingy car park.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

#51 Spencer Douglas

Spencer Douglas - Deceased

Spencer had nowhere else to run. He lept from the top of the building, accepting his fate. Now, whatever keeps the dead moving can't repair his shattered bones. He sits, hoping the flesh will come to him.

Monday, September 21, 2009

#50 Victor Kane

Victor Kane - Deceased

Never asked to be a leader. Yet, wherever he went, he found people following. Now, he has a whole army of followers without any idea what to do with them.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

#49 Don Donaldson

Don Donaldson - Deceased

Was taken by surprise by the zombie outbreak. He didn't see that coming. He didn't see that coming at all.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

#48 Perbert Keaton

Perbert Keaton - Deceased

Was mistaken for one of the undead by his own wife. Where she got the gun, he'll never know.

Friday, September 18, 2009

#47 Lady Prattkins

Lady Emily Prattkins - Deceased

Something about her shiny pearl necklace attracted the living dead. She died protecting it. If only she had known that all they wanted was the soft flesh beneath it.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

#46 Gertrude Mump

Gertrude Mump - Deceased

Was quite a catch in her youth. But dying does little for the appearance. Her complexion hasn't quite been the same since.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

#45 Father McDermott

Father Miles McDermott - Deceased

A man whose faith never waivered. He welcomed the outbreak as a punishment for the sins of humanity. Yet, in his last moments, he couldn't understand why God didn't spare him.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

#44 Guy Ungar

Guy Ungar - Deceased

Thought of himself as an urban cowboy. Which was odd because the only time he ever saw a cow was when he was seven and, as it happens, he thought it was a large dog.

Monday, September 14, 2009

#43 Paul Blucas

Paul Blucas - Deceased

On some level deep in what little consciousness he has left, he still wonders if anyone notices his comb-over.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

#42 Mavis Flurmintrude

Mavis Flurmintrude - Deceased

Always apologising for the actions of her fat, lazy husband, she finally decided to leave him when he started chewing on her head.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

#41 Joey Craniac

Joey Craniac - Deceased

Never went out without his hat. Now he goes out without his scalp.

Friday, September 11, 2009

#40 Jeffrey Purcell

Jeffrey Purcell - Deceased

A little emo kid so caked in his mother's make-up, when he turned, nobody noticed.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

#39 Avery Marcell

Avery Marcell - Deceased

The day he entered hairdressing school was the day he noticed his hairline was receeding. By the time he graduated, he was completely bald. He was grateful he decided against becoming an optician.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

#38 Des Frank

Des Frank - Deceased

Cursed with two first names. Always envied those with proper second names, like 'Smith' or 'McTavish' or 'Peabody'. It was only in his last few moments that he truly realised how much his name had held him back.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

#37 Kirk Singer

Officer Kirk Singer - Deceased
Officer Singer spent his life trying to get people to pronounce his name correctly - it wasn't a hard 'g'. It was like 'singe', as in when you burn something. He thought if he joined the police force, he'd have the authority to get people to say it correctly. It didn't work.

Monday, September 7, 2009

#36 William Patterson

William "Big Billl" Patterson - Deceased

Big Bill was a celebrity round the local steakhouses. People warned him over and over about his health. He always said that he'd never die, he'd just keep on going. He was half right.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

#35 Petey Potpie

Petey Potpie - Deceased

Little Petey Potpie was always coming back from the playground with scrapes and bruises. On the day of the outbreak, Petey came back with something altogether more serious.

Saturday, September 5, 2009

#34 Lucy Potpie

Lucy Potpie - Deceased

She fought with her brother that morning, as she always does. But this time, it went further than name-calling. Even slightly beyond hair-pulling.

Friday, September 4, 2009

#33 Marjorie Potpie

Marjorie Potpie - Deceased

When the worst happened, Marjorie just wanted to keep her family together. By the time her husband came home, the only way she could ensure that was to bite him too.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

#32 Philip P. Potpie

Philip P. Potpie - Deceased

Kissed his wife and children every morning, telling them the reason he worked so hard was for their future. And what did he get for his troubles when he got home? Bitten, that's what.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

#31 Jay Benton

Jay "Spinmaster X" Benton - Deceased

This local DJ was hoping for his big shot, to get out of the small town. Never got a break (he has atrocious music tastes) but, during the outbreak, he just shambled on out of that town and kept on shambling. Living the dream.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

#30 Patricia Windemere

Mrs. Patricia Windemere - Deceased

Her quiet demeanour and reserved style had many wondering just what lay beneath the surface. Like everyone else, it turned out to be flesh.