ZSG

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AcronymDefinition
ZSGZombie Survival Guide (Max Brooks book)
ZSGZo's Summer Groove (annual event; Alonzo Mourning Charitable Fund)
ZSGZero Sum Game
ZSGZvei-Services GmbH (German)
ZSGZwols Schaak Genootschap (Dutch chess organization)
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The Zombie Survival Guide tells the reader everything about the outbreak.
It is perhaps no surprise that Max Brooks's The Zombie Survival Guide promises that, in order to commit suicide as a zombie or to efficiently remove a zombie threat, all one has to do is eliminate the brain.
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Published as a sequel to his 2003 book The Zombie Survival Guide , World War Z is presented as a series of interviews done by a United Nations agent who travels across the world to get a detailed account of the apocalypse.
The latest wave probably began with the publishing of The Zombie Survival Guide by Max Brooks in 2003.
If your answer wasn't the same as Max Brooks,' author of Zombie Survival Guide, don't worry, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Zombies is designed to give readers an education in Zombie.
THE ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE, by Max Brooks The ZSG is a book that, on the surface, appears rather like a work of fiction, maybe even humour.
He sounded a warning call about these walking dead in 2003 with The Zombie Survival Guide, followed three years later by World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, an immensely popular account of a massive zombie outbreak (the movie version, starring Brad Pitt, is due out in December 2012).
The guys knew a little about zombies, but after meeting Joe, who was a zombie-movie freak as a kid, I actually did some readin': The Zombie Survival Guide and World War Z, both by Max Brooks, leading authority on the Living Dead.
Max Brooks parodied with The Zombie Survival Guide (2003) the renewal of interest in survival through guidance.
Thankfully, Max Brooks, author of The Zombie Survival Guide and the recent novel World War Z has a "zombie risk calculator" on his website.
Just ask SNL writer Max Brooks--son of Mel Brooks, who's just written "The Zombie Survival Guide," a how-to spoof with instructions on how to survive a zombie attack that includes a history of zombie epidemics dating back to 60,000 B.