--Because while I agree with the other two reviews (and I saw a few lingering typos besides), I really enjoyed "Zombies vs. Unicorns" because it took me back to my days as a kid watching Saturday morning cartoons. And if Weirdo Company had been a cartoon in the 90's, I would have been all over that. I used to love Ghostbusters so much I had the proton pack and everything.
There wasn't a whole lot of scene-setting or character-building, and in a longer work with broader scope that would have been good to have. But when you've got a short, action-oriented piece like this, custom-built for smart-ass quips, and over-the-top set pieces, brevity seemed to add to the overall flavor of the piece rather than take away from it.
As an analog for cartoons or week-night cable network movies, Ben's got a good thing here, and he seems to know what he's doing with it. I have to applaud him for hitting what he's aiming at. These are imaginative, easily-digestible episodes for the Kindle-packing B-movie fan waiting for the bus or sitting in the john. And reading a book is ALWAYS a better choice than Angry Birds for that.
I've got to back up off a full five for iffy editing and formatting. Sorry, Ben--I love ya, man, but you're a copy-editor. D: