CHRISTOPHER WALKEN + ZOMBIES = BEST ZOMBIE T-SHIRT EVER!
The greatest TV show never made is now available to own in T-shirt form. And you can own it right now, for reals! Just click on the “ADD TO CART” button now and take control of your own destiny. Be a man!
THE REVIEWS ARE IN:
PRAISE FOR THE WALKEN DEAD:
The writers of “The Walking Dead” originally pitched the show as a high-concept buddy zombie dramedy titled “The Walken Dead” starring Christopher Walken in the titular role. However, test screenings revealed that Christopher Walken’s portrayal of a re-animated corpse was just TOO FUCKING REALISTIC causing audiences to simultaneously piss and shit in their pants. so the writers caved under pressure, changed the title and so the world missed out on yet another spectacular Walken appearance.
YOU CAN’T ARGUE WITH SCIENCE:
There are two types of people in the world: those who love zombie movies, and those who love Christopher Walken movies. After years of research and many unsuccessful attempts by scientists to encourage breeding between these people, this t-shirt finally provides the solution scientists have been searching for, something even more elusive than the Higgs Boson and defying all the known laws in the universe – a Walken-Zombie hybrid.
ONLY AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME:
This shirt is not affiliated with “The Walking Dead” TV show OR Christopher Walken. And I’m also pretty sure Robin Williams made the “Walken Dead” joke long before we ejaculated this design onto a t-shirt. So it’s only a matter of time before one or the others legal teams use Red Bubble’s DMCA policy to ban this shirt out of existence. So don’t delay, buy it now. Don’t even think about it, just do it!
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE:
For those of you who don’t understand the whole “Walken Dead” pun, then we’ve created a special version of this shirt which features no branding – just 100% pure zombie Walken. Check it out here: “http://www.redbubble.com/people/facesofawesome/...
Disclaimer: the reviews displayed in this t-shirt description have been borrowed from the 2004 Don Cheadle film ‘Hotel Rwanda’.