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In October 1968, George A. Romero released a low-budget black-and-white horror film that forever changed the way we look at zombies (and our neighbors to a certain extent). The groundbreaking Night of the Living Dead, which spawned an entire franchise of its own, has gone on to be remade countless times to varying degrees of success and has even been adapted as novels, graphic novels, and as is the case with the upcoming Night of the Animated Dead, feature-length cartoons.

In the fall of 2021, more than 50 years after George A. Romero terrified audiences with his unique blend of horror and social commentary, Night of the Animated Dead will hope to capture that same feeling and present it to a new audience, one who wants more full-color blood splatters and less black-and-white zombies with chocolate syrup in place of blood…

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