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[TV] Writer Chris Roberson Talks About How Different iZombie Will Be From Source Material
Posted by Joseph Lee on 03.21.2014

During an "ask me anything" session on Reddit, writer Chris Roberson revealed how different The CW's pilot for iZombie is from the comic version. Roberson created the series with Mike Allred.

He said: "I've read the script for the pilot, and it seems like it will make for good television. The core concept is the same as our comic, but they've used it as the basis for a new character and situation. I very much look forward to seeing how it turns out!"

The CW series was created by Rob Thomas (Veronica Mars). Diane Ruggiero will produce the series. Rose McIver (Once Upon A Time) plays Liv, a zombie who works in the coroner's office so she can eat brains and keep her humanity. She absorbs the corpse's memories when she does this and uses the knowledge to solve their murders and other crimes.


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