Howdy again, neighbors! Yep, I did it again.

Thanks to

  • Iliketrains455 for the almanac entries of Flag Thug, Conehead Thug, Buckethead Thug, Super Gargantuar, and Professor Imp.

World Features

Based on: The Golden Age of Comics, besides having the longest world name ever, obviously takes place during the "Golden Age" of comics in the 1950s. In particular, it's on a roof of a building being robbed by super-powered zombies. The world also has a very bright color palette for the background, looking like an old comic book panel, complete with the white border around it.

World-specific mechanic 1: Being on a rooftop, you'll need Flower Pots to plant on the soil-free ground. Thankfully, there's no more nasty slope to force you to use lobbed-shot plants.

World-specific mechanic 2: Of course, it wouldn't be a superhero world without a burning building. Occasionally, tiles on the roof will burst into flames, creating firey tiles (not the same as the burnt tiles in the Zombot Dark Dragon battle). You can still plant Flower Pots on firey tiles, but cannot plant plants on said tiles. For some reason they don't hurt zombies. Use cold attacks to extinguish the fires. Strangely, you can plant Iceberg Lettuce in a pot on a firey tile to extinguish it, but the Iceberg Lettuce dies in the process.

Surprise attack: TBA

World description: TBA

Note: In The Golden Age of Comics, levels are not marked as Day or Night, instead they are refered to as "Issues"

New items

  • TBA new plants
  • 30 new levels
  • 1 Zomboss Battle
  • 1 Endless Zone

Difficulty: Hard




Thug Zombie

Regular generic thug zombie.

Toughness: Average

Speed: Basic

Almanac Entry: He didn't choose the thug life, nor did the thug life choose him. One day he just woke up in a bar with a tattoo and a pair of ripped jeans, and the rest was comic book history

First Appearence: The Golden Age of Comics Issue 1

Conehead Thug

His just "purchased" cone helmet makes him twice as tough as regular thugs.

Toughness: Protected

Speed: Basic

Almanac Entry: He totally "bought" this cone. No questions asked.

First Appearence: The Golden Age of Comics Issue 1

Buckethead Thug

His totally-not-stolen at all bucket hat greatly protects him from damage.

Toughness: Hardenend

Speed: Basic

Almanac Entry: Buckethead Thug was just an ordinary thug watching a superhero vs villain fight. He wanted to be noticed as a villain. He couldn't find anything, just a rusty ol' bucket. He went with it anyway.

First Appearence: TBA

Flag Thug

Marks the arrival of a dastardly "wave" of thugs and supervillains.

Toughness: Average

Speed: Basic

Almanac Entry: He was originally a sidekick to the Taco Titan, the most popular superhero at the time, but got his brains eaten by some of Zombosss' toughest henchmen. He turned into a zombie, but didn't know what to do with his afterlife. So right now he just is a thug with a flag.

Super Gargantuar

Diabolical zombie who is the villain the garden deserves, but not the one it needs right now.

Toughness: Great

Speed: Stiff

Damage: Crushes plants with water tower.

Damage: Randomly zaps tiles with heat vision.

Special: Throws Professor Imp when damaged.

Almanac Entry: He was too big for a cape.

First Appearence: Golden Age of Comics Issue 16

Professor Imp

Paradrops past most of your defenses, then sneaks ahead.

Toughness: Average

Speed: Hungry

Almanac Entry: He was just an ordinary Professor Zombie, until he bumped into a cabinet with a shrinking potion. You can guess what happened next.

First Appearence: TBA

The Phoenix

This super-powered zombie uses his fire powers to raze the roof.

Toughness: Protected

Speed: Stiff

Damage: Instantly burns plants he comes in contact with.

Special: Shoots beams to create firey tiles.

Weakness: Cold attacks take away his powers.

Almanac Entry: TBA

First Appearence: TBA

ZomCorp Battering Bot (BOSS)

The super-powered robbing machine from the Golden Age of Comics.

Toughness: Undying

Speed: Hungry

Damage: Rams your defenses with Battering Bot

Special: Laser cannon burns up tiles.

Almanac Entry: TBA

First Appearence: The Golden Age of Comics Issue 30

More to be added!

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