Zombies That Ate Pittsburgh SC (1987) comic books
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1st printing. Written by Paul R. Gagne. Paul Gagnes biography on filmmaker George Romero still provides relevant details on how the director inadvertently made his hometown the unofficial Zombietown, U.S.A. The book chronicles how he took his childhood fascination with an 8mm camera and developed it into a long career that includes the ground-breaking Night of the Living Dead series, collaboration with Stephen King on the movie Creepshow, and lesser known works such as Martin and The Crazies. Gagne also provides eight pages of color photos and 100 black-and-white shots, as well as a chapter on legendary make-up and special effects artist, Tom Savini, another Pittsburgh native who worked with Romero on a number of films. Softcover, 7-in. x 9 1/4-in., 236 pages, B&W. Cover price $14.95.