Do Zombies Make Good Journalists?

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Hard as it may be to believe, a good portion of the world is focused not on Andrew Breitbart but on...Comic-Con in San Diego! And so, too, will this blog—in fact, I've lined up a special correspondent to cover the event who I pretty much guarantee will provide an unique perspective. Because he's a zombie. Long time readers of this blog will remember "Inbred Jed," the B-movie horror actor (and college buddy of mine) who I profiled in the Atlantic last year and again on the blog. Jed is on the scene in San Diego, lurching around and frightening small children, and he'll be filing a dispatch later today. He's also got a new movie in the works that I'm curious about. So be sure to check back later.


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Joshua Green is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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