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From 2001 to 2003, Brooks was a member of the writing team at Saturday Night Live.
Brooks is also the author of The Zombie Survival Guide, published in 2003 (ISBN 1-4000-4962-8).
The book explains in great detail how to survive an impending zombie apocalypse.
It is "the perfect book to have in the event of a zombie outbreak in your region." The book touches on many pop cultural myths about zombies.
Brooks' book World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, which deals with the war between the human race and zombies, was released on September 12, 2006.
Paramount Pictures has acquired the movie rights; Brad Pitt's production company Plan B will produce the film.
Brooks is the son of director Mel Brooks and the late actress Anne Bancroft. His wife, Michelle, is a screenwriter, and the couple have a son, Henry.Those who don’t learn from history are condemned to repeat it. On the African savannas, against the legions of ancient Those who don’t learn from history are condemned to repeat it. On the African savannas, against the legions of ancient Rome, on the high seas with Francis Drake . This in itself isn't terrible - it's just not what I had been expecting.From the Stone Age to the information age, the undead have threatened to engulf the human race. From the Stone Age to the information age, the undead have threatened to engulf the human race. But the stories are still as interesting as they were the first time around, and the art does make the incidents more immediate. This is the graphic novel the fans demanded: major zombie attacks from the dawn of humanity. This is the graphic novel the fans demanded: major zombie attacks from the dawn of humanity. First, there isn't any new material here; all the material is taken directly from the Zombie Survival Guide. Here are the grisly and heroic stories–complete with eye-popping artwork that pulsates with the hideous faces of the undead. Scripted by the world’s leading zombie authority, Max Brooks, Reading this was enjoyable enough, but the more I've thought about it afterward, the more annoyed I've become.