I Saw Zombies Eating Santa Claus: A Breathers Christmas Carol by S.G. BrowneJust in time for the holidays—a hilarious Christmas novella and sequel to the author’s highly acclaimed Breathers, “a zombie comedy with brains” (Kirkus Reviews).
“One of America’s best satiric novelists” (Kirkus Reviews), S. G. Browne seamlessly gift wraps this horrific and hilarious sequel to his “extremely strong” (Publishers Weekly, starred review) zombie novel Breathers.
He sees you when you’re sleeping . . . he knows when you’re undead.
How does the leader of a failed zombie civil rights movement from California rescue a group of his undead brethren and help a lonely Breather girl as he hides from a band of medical researchers while disguised as Santa Claus?
If you’ve never believed in Christmas miracles, then you wouldn’t understand.
Andy Warner has just escaped from a zombie research facility in Portland, Oregon, where he’s been subjected to experimental testing for the past year. With Christmas just days away, Andy figures that donning a jolly old St. Nick costume to throw off his would-be captors is just the ticket. But he never expects to encounter a sweet, lonesome nine-year-old girl who not only reminds Andy of the family he’s lost but who thinks he’s the real Santa. He also doesn’t count on being recognized as last year’s national quasi-celebrity by a clandestine group of decaying supporters who look to him for leadership. For the living and the undead, this unforgettable holiday tale will truly put on display just who is gnawing and who is nice. . . .
Santa Claus is Dead?
Now, Religion in the News, a report and comment on religious trends and events being covered by the media. It is the news no child wants to hear and certainly not from the mouth of a Vicar. Youngsters at a Christmas carol service were devastated when the Reverend Lee Rayfield told them Santa Claus was dead. Even parents at the service in Maidenhead Berkshire were shocked to hear Mr. Rayfield say it was scientifically impossible for father Christmas to deliver so many presents so quickly. Rayfield has admitted making a serious misjudgment in telling the story to children as young as five. Even when I was there I did not twig.
By Lia Eustachewich. October 4, am Updated October 4, pm. The tomb belonging to dear old St. Nick may have just been discovered under an ancient church in southern Turkey, archeologists said Wednesday. The previously unknown tomb was detected via electronic surveys that showed gaps beneath the 1,year-old St. Nicholas Church in the Antalya Province town of Demre.
Navigating the topic of death with a young child can be a difficult, traumatic experience for parents, especially if the topic is broached by the sudden loss of a loved one. Trying to explain death to a kid because they watched Santa Claus pass away right before their eyes? That's a higher level of awful. According to The Moscow Times , a group of kindergarteners from Siberia were celebrating the season with a Christmas party, attended by Santa or rather, one of the jolly old fellow's Eastern European iterations, Ded Moroz. As part of a school play, Ded Moroz , played by year-old Valery Titenko, danced his way across the stage, until he didn't.
#8 on the countdown is "Wanted: Santa Claus - Dead or Alive!" from DC Special Series #21 by Denny O'Neil, Frank Miller and Steve Mitchell.
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Miller was just a couple of months into his historic run on Daredevil when this story saw publication. Batman is investigating other Christmas-related crime when he discovers that a famous safe cracker is working as a department store Santa Claus. Batman rightly guesses that the crook is planning on robbing the store. However, "Santa" has changed his mind about robbing the store, which does not sit well with his erstwhile compatriots Batman hears gun fire and heads to find "Santa" before his former friends succeed in killing him. Batman is having no luck when, suddenly, he sees "Santa"! How did he see him?
Archaeologists say they may have discovered the remains of Saint Nicholas, who inspired the legend of Santa Claus. Researchers believe the body the fourth-century bishop, famed for his secret gift-giving, lies beneath a church in his birthplace in southern Turkey. Saint Nicholas of Myra, as he was known, was buried at the church that shares his name in the Mediterranean town of Demre, near Antalya, following his death in AD His bones were long thought to have been later smuggled to the southern Italian town of Bari as parts of the Byzantine empire fell to Muslim invaders years after his death. But a team of Turkish archaeologists using ground-penetrating scans discovered an intact temple under Saint Nicholas Church and believe his tomb remains intact. After studying local documents, they concluded the bones taken from Demre may have belonged to a local priest rather than the saint.