Isaac Marion's personal blog is full of fascinating insight into this guy's brain. And you don't even have to eat it! Go back far enough into the archives, and you can track Warm Bodies' journey from short story to feature-length movie phenomenon. Fair warning: sometimes he swears like a sailor.
In Warm Bodies the publishing industry no longer exists, but, for now, it does. You can get all the latest on Isaac Marion and Warm Bodies on his publisher's page.
The Warm Bodies website has trailers, summaries, cast photos, and links to everything Warm Bodies related. And you don't even have to leave the comfort of your home. But if you do, bring your shotgun, or at least a bat. You never know when zombies might strike.
Who's in Warm Bodies? Find out who the Living are that are playing the Dead in the feature film.
Reading this interview with Isaac Marion is a lot like reading Warm Bodies in abbreviated form. If he were a zombie, do you think he'd be like R?
Read the book? Now it's time to see the movie. In this interview, director Jonathan Levine says what sets this movie apart from other modern zombie classics like Zombieland and Shaun of the Dead.
In this interview, Isaac Marion talks about whether Warm Bodies was intended to be an adult novel or marketed toward young adults. Which section was it in in your bookstore?
About.com snagged an exclusive interview with Isaac Marion at ComiCon in 2011. Like a zombie's unfortunate victim, this video comes in multiple parts, too! Don't miss part two, which is linked under the video.
You can watch the first four minutes of the Warm Bodies movie free online. It's much more enjoyable than actually being chased by zombies for four minutes.
Zombies may not be able to read, but at least they can tell a good story. Listen to the audio sample of Warm Bodies on audible.com.
Check out the soundtrack for Warm Bodies, complete with videos of all the songs.
R doesn't look like other zombies. Seeing Nicholas Hoult play him in the movie, we see what Julie sees in him.
Warm Bodies has had a couple of different cover designs during its publication history, but this one's our fave. Symbolism!