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Michael Jackson refused to let me bust out my 'Walk Like An Egyptian' moves in his Thriller music video.

Reanimated corpses that can be encountered in Konami's 1997/1998 Castlevania: Legends [Japanese title: Akumajo Dracula: Shikkoku Taru Zensoukyoku (Demon Castle Dracula: Dark Night Prelude)] Super Gameboy video game. These undead creatures shamble about both outside and inside Dracula's Castle, as well as in the depths of its' dungeon, constantly on the prowl for fresh flesh to gnaw upon. Initially, it will take two cracks of Sonia Belmont's whip to return these horrors to their graves, but only a single blow when the weapon has been powered-up (that said, note that the long-range fireballs that the full-strength, third-level whip unleashes do minimal damage and will still require two hits--it's only physical contact with the actual whip that deals the increased damage).

Newsprint, tissue paper, white glue, super glue, plastic, nail polish, marker, and acrylic paint.

2.5 cm/1.0 in. x 3.2 cm/1.3 in. (widest point x highest point)

Part of the day on June 12, 2010.

Zombie photo collage.

For comparison/informational purposes, below is a screenshot of Sonia Belmont crouched beneath a stone platform as a quartet of respawning zombies mills about looking for her. This unpleasant room is where you'll end up if you're unfortunate enough to strike the "trap" candle located somewhere in the first level (Outside The Castle) of the Castlevania: Legends Super Gameboy video game:

(In no particular order of importance.)

  •   Castlevania: Legends Super Gameboy video game and instruction manual

  •   Mr. P's Castlevania Realm Castlevania: Legends bestiary

  •   Wikipedia Castlevania: Legends article

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