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Xombie is a series of Flash cartoons and comics produced by James Farr. Farr, who initially conceived Xombie in 1994 as an idea for a feature film, began releasing self-created animations in chapters for online audiences in 2003. In 2005, Wetsand Animation was reportedly creating an animated film based on Farr's flash cartoons. Instead, in 2009, a DVD was released under the title Xombie: Dead on Arrival, weaving the series' episodes together into a feature-length movie, while also compiling the episodes separately.
A third part of the Xombie trilogy, titled Death Warmed Over, was planned, but cancelled.
In March of 2017, Farr began a new series on YouTube titled Xombie: Dead Ahead, which is meant to be a continuation of the series, proclaimed as "the next chapter".<ref> http://www.jamesfarr.com/blog/2017/2/11/xombie-dead-ahead. Missing or empty
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For more information or to view the currently available episodes of Xombie go to:
- Official website
- Xombie series on YouTube
- Official website of Canadian voice actor Geoff Edwards, who plays Dirge the Xombie and Xar Ggothua Soldiers
- 5 page previews of Xombie #1 and #2 and #2, from Devil's Due
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