Monday, November 30, 2009

#119 Cecil Stains

Cecil Stains - Deceased

Never the type to have a girl at every port. Or even a guy at every port. Before he died, he would have been happy with anyone at even one port.

Sunday, November 29, 2009

#118 Randy Rhodey

Randy Rhodey - Deceased

Always talked about starting a band. Finally did it but, by first practice, one of his bandmates was an undead flesh-eater. Never put off til tomorrow and all that.

Saturday, November 28, 2009

#117 Fred T. Edwards

Fred T. Edwards - Deceased

Old enough to remember when Maiden were cool. Then not cool at all. Then cool again, albeit in a post-modern semi-ironic sort of way.

Friday, November 27, 2009

#116 Chad Heartfelt

Chad Heartfelt - Deceased

When Rhodey asked him to join his band (on the condition that he wouldn't play his girl's rock) he finally felt wanted. But when he turned up, all they wanted was his flesh.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

#115 Seany Rockhammer

Seany Rockhammer - Deceased

Lived for the metal. Faster! Harder! Louder! Well, not louder. He was well aware that listening to music at unsafe volumes can be damaging to ones hearing.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

#114 Nigel Dickson

Nigel Dickson - Deceased

Playing air guitar with grown men forms a bond that isn't easily broken. He knew he was injured but his friends had a safe place. At least, it was safe until he arrived.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

#113 Peter Smiles

Peter Smiles - Deceased

He lived the Summer Of Love every day of his life. Until the zombies went and buggered everything up even worse than the yuppies did.

Monday, November 23, 2009

#112 Wayne Mingeberry

Wayne Mingeberry - Deceased

Had almost saved up enough for that diamond earring when the outbreak occurred. Unfortunately, Wayne was too busy keeping it real to properly defend himself.

Sunday, November 22, 2009

#111 Ludwig Scholz

Ludwig Scholz - Deceased

Didn't really stand a chance once his dog escaped. However, in his current form, being blind doesn't seem to affect his days as much as it once did.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

#110 Melly Hawkshaw

Melly Hawkshaw - Deceased

Used to take mud baths for her skin. The real test, however, was lying in the muck for months and it's safe to say there has actually been some improvement.

Friday, November 20, 2009

#109 Maria Georgeston

Maria Georgeston - Deceased

Her alternative therapies didn't help one bit. No matter how many weeds she rubbed on those bites, the end result would be the same.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

#108 Sharon Smullens

Sharon Smullens - Deceased

When she weighed up the pros and cons of her career choice, she never factored in a zombie outbreak. Some would call that shortsighted.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

#107 Simon Benchworth

Simon Benchworth - Deceased

P.C. Benchworth knew his world was changing. Once upon a time, he'd spend his days having tea with the local vicar. Now, it's knife-crime this and ASBO that. And then zombies.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

#106 Chris Mulch

Chris Mulch - Deceased

Was always too nice to be a cop. He'd let people away with traffic offences, give polite warnings to muggers and the most he ever gave a murderer was a stern talking to.

Monday, November 16, 2009

#105 Loretta Smittler

Loretta Smittler - Deceased

Smittler regularly kicked all kinds of ass out on the streets. But it was only a matter of time before she bit off more than she could chew. And the zombies bit off just about exactly what they could chew.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

#104 Flora Flooming

Flora Flooming - Deceased

A funny old spinster who lived alone. She rather enjoyed the outbreak. It was all so very exciting. Far better than staying in watching her stories.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

#103 Snap Hendrick

Snap Hendrick - Deceased

Had a hard time coming to terms with his white tan-resistant skin. It turned out for the best - when his blood stopped flowing, he was already very used to looking pale so had an easier time than most making the adjustment.

Friday, November 13, 2009

#102 Skids McNab

Skids McNab - Deceased

Refused entry to every motorcycle gang on the grounds that his hog was, in fact, a 50cc scooter. Still, to him, he was living Easy Rider right to the moment of death.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

#101 Polly Peptide

Polly Peptide - Deceased

A mere inconvenience to her busy parents. In death, among the horde, she found the closest thing she has had to family.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

#100 Bob Umptious

Bob Umptious - Deceased

Death gave him the urge to wander. He travelled across a continent in the first month. A pretty massive achievement given that few are willing to pick up undead hitchhikers in the current climate.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

#99 Gerald Fleming

Gerald Fleming - Deceased

Some people really do something with their lives. Others just exist to make up the numbers. Gerald Fleming did something with his life. What it was is now forgotten. Now, he just makes up the numbers.

Monday, November 9, 2009

#98 Bernadette Tweet

Bernadette Tweet - Deceased

Plagued by a local bird who kept landing in her hair. Her death didn't seem to put the bird off in the slightest.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

#97 Tony Schaab

Tony Schaab - Deceased

Was fascinated by the idea of the dead rising, the collapse of society. Obsessed by it. And yet, when it happened, he found he really wasn't prepared. Nobody ever is.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

#96 Rutger Hankins

Rutger Hankins - Deceased

"It's not pink," he'd say, "It's salmon." But everyone knew the truth. They all knew.

Friday, November 6, 2009

#95 Jane Doe

Jane Doe - Deceased

Hospitals often lose patients. Sometimes they die. Other times, they just can't find them. Nobody knew where she came from or where she went but she was the first infected in the hospital and it couldn't be contained until they found her. They never did.

Thursday, November 5, 2009

#94 Brian Tellford

Brian Tellford - Deceased

His room was a sanctuary. An oasis in the midst of the chaos of the hospital. His patients were already dead. All was calm. Until somebody went and ruined it by eating his face.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

#93 Jerry Rimi

Jerry Rimi - Deceased

Bounced around from consultant to consultant, they had no idea what was wrong with him. So his autopsy presented quite a challenge. And Jerry getting off the table and eating their faces didn't make it any easier.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

#92 Bernard Sackville

Bernard Sackville - Deceased

One of the first victims to make it to the hospital. Nobody knew how such a small wound could infect so quickly. And nobody knew what would happen after they bagged him.

Monday, November 2, 2009

#91 Susan Spinner

Susan Spinner - Deceased

It was a routine operation. At least that's what the surgeon told her. Well maybe having patients die on the table was routine for him but, for Mrs. Spinner, it was definitely out of the ordinary.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

#90 Alice Westerson

Alice Westerson - Deceased

Was just outside the room where Mrs. Spinner's surgery was taking place. In the chaos, she actually thought she escaped unscathed. So being dead was quite a surprise.