Say what you will, Zombies do make good gaming fodder. There are a fair few manufacturers out there, although as I don't have many Zombies I can't comment on the majority of them.
I don't have any 15mm Zombies, so in order to reduce the shocking amount of things that I need to paint (and I'm getting into my Zombie phase again - you know what I mean) here are some of my 28mm miniatures...
First up are the really controversial ones, Wargames Factory Zombie Horde. I say controversial but what I really mean is that the majority of people who have seen them think that they are softly sculpted, oddly proportioned tat. I am not one of those. I'll agree that they are not up to modern day standards of what can be accomplished with plastics but until another manufacturer comes out with a good, cheap Zombie sprue, I can't find any better for the price. There are better metal mini's out there but for the amount of figures you'll need for a good sized Zombie game, you will not find a cheaper alternative. As part of the nameless masses I think they do the job just fine.
What would any good Zombie game be without the survivors?
For 28mm, you will not find better than Hasslefree miniatures. Kev White is a fantastic sculptor - I cannot fault anything this guy does, in any way. I only wish my painting skills could do the minis justice, but alas I can only do so much!
Here are the first pair (both Suzi I believe) :
Next up is Baker, I've made him a Baltimore Ravens fan, needed to use purple somewhere (taking these names from the Hasslefree shop by the way):
A slight departure now, from Pig Iron Productions, one of their System Troopers:
Always good for use as clean-up squad members...
Last but not least, my personal favourite of the bunch, from Hasslefree, Suzi again - although this time she's looking a bit worse for wear...
Anyway, hope you like them, as ever comments are welcome!