Getting their undead sprint on in: Dead Head Fred
A former private dectective, Fred becomes of one the fastest, motivated and most enterprising zombies ever, after he gets offed by his father in law. Not one to let family disputes get in the way of his undead good time, Fred gains the ability to nick other characters' heads, thanks to the dodgy experiment that brought him back to life. Being able to use a huge stone idol as an impromptu cranium/battering ram is great and all, but it's nowhere near as cool as being voiced by John C. McGinley.
Getting their undead sprint on in: Left 4 Dead
What's worse than a reanimated corpse that wants to get up close and personal to your frontal lobe? That'd be a renanimated corpse that can cover short distances like a 100m sprinter, all while rocking a menacing hoody that says "I'm going to eat your brain then steal your wallet." Hunters truly are the ASBOs of the zombie community.
Getting their undead sprint on in: Dead Space
We really do feel for Dead Space's Isaac Clarke. If he's not dealing with his low-paying, horribly dangerous job, he's trying to cope with the death of his missus. Oh, and any free time he does get is spent fending off these Necromoprh no gooders that can frantically leap about like they've downed 14 consecutive skinny mocha lattes. They can also eviscerate our heroic miner in the blink of an eye, thanks to their massive knife-like tails. Really, dude, we'd switch to a career in space IT if we were you.
Pole Vaulting Zombies
Getting their undead sprint on in: Plants vs. Zombies
The most comically athletic zombie in the history of the dead is also damn useful with an olympic bit of wood. Vautling over most plants with ease, he'd be more intimidating if it wasn't for the gym shorts look. Well, that and the fact he continually gets bested by a bunch of glorified flowers. What an undead pansy.
Apr 9, 2010