Hansel, Gretel and ZOMBIES beats

Hansel and Gretel are kicked out of the house by their evil stepmom, who’s hogging all the limited food supply. She claims they need to get their street smarts up to par, being there’s a zombie apocalypse going down in the streets.

Hansel and Gretel make their way back home once, after being abandoned in the city, by following a trail of ammo they left. The second time, however, they ran out of ammo because they were led too far into the city.

Lost, a tall woman in rich furs offers them a delicious pizza in the middle of Times Square, and invites them in to her place to stay, where she promises warmth and food.

Her “home” is the New York Public Library. Though it’s gated off, she has the key that lets them in.

She then forces books upon books upon books into their brains– she’s actually a zombie, see, and the smarter the brain, the better the taste.

Decapitation via guillotine is her method of getting to her victims’ brains. But, the book-smart kids learn how to use such a contraption and turn the tables against her when her creepy zombie self tries to kill them.

Victorious, they make their way back home, where they find their evil stepmom has died of obesity. They live happily ever after!



“182” was the result of collaborative efforts between Trevor, Yegee and me for our Story class, for which we had do pitch an idea for a feature film. “182” would be a film about robots of the future completely overtaking society and turning the tables on humans by making them do all the work for the robots/computers (instead of how we have them doing our work for us today). Human society in this hypothetical future had been dwindled down back to tribal living. Robots would go slave-scouting (aka, human-scouting) in un-robotized areas, trying to find more work to expand the robotic empire with worthless machines. (The first generation of these over-intelligent robots enslaved all the humans they met). Anyway, our group did some artwork to help pitch the idea. Following are some drawings I did.

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