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  Artwork by Billy Leake Coming for a manager near you is the disease known as   KAREN 19 NIGHT OF THE LIVING LAUGHING LOVING DEAD!       On a seemingly normal night of work at the local wine bar manager Dan is not sure how much more of Karen and her crew of entitled spoiled women he can take but Little does he know his nightmare is just beginning. When a chemical leaks into the wine it turns everyone in the bar into subhuman monsters! Can Dan put a stop to these mega Karen's or will he be the one manager that can't quell their complaints!      Brought to you by the combination of BONE JAWNSON of ZOMBIE FUEL MEDIA and MATT BURNS of SMALL TOWN HORRORS PRODUCTIONS the team that brought you THE LEGEND OF CRICK FOOT!
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[RECAP] New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival April 2024 |

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