iZombie finally debuts tonight on the CW!
Rob Thomas’ buzzed about show has left us anxiously anticipating the premiere since San Diego Comic-Con’s fun panel.
iZombie stars Rose McIver, whom you might already know for her role on Once Upon a Time as Disney’s sexiest cartoon character, Tinkerbell. Needless to say, with stars like Rose McIver (and David Anders!!!!), Rob Thomas’ zombies will be quite a bit cuter than the apocalyptic messes we might be used to…
So in honor of iZombie’s premiere, Hypable has rounded up a list of some of the sexiest monsters to have graced our small screens. Bite me? Please.
Liv — ‘iZombie’ — Zombie
heart brain out.
Angel — ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’/‘Angel’ — Vampire
When monsters look like this, of course we’ll take our chances at the Hellmouth (or L.A. — not sure which one is creepier.)
Ruby — ‘Once Upon a Time’ — Werewolf
She’s cute as a puppy! But be careful: her bark is so much less worse than her bite.
Bo — ‘Lost Girl’ — Succubus
She’ll take your breath away and then suck out your soul, but hey, we hear it might be worth it…
Eric — ‘True Blood’ — Vampire
This Viking vampire might plunder the seas, but in the end, he steals our hearts.
Annie — ‘Being Human’ — Ghost
This ghost is drop dead gorgeous.
Lydia — Banshee — ‘Teen Wolf’
So beautiful your broken heart will leave you wailing.
Alcide — ‘True Blood’ — Werewolf
This dog likes it ruff.
Every single character ever on ‘The Vampire Diaries’
You would think these centuries-old most beautiful, powerful people on the planet would have something better to do than go back to high school — but you would be wrong. Why would you want to be anywhere other than Mystic Falls when the student body looks like THAT? #TeamSalvatore
Did you just love all of our terrible puns? iZombie premieres tonight at 9 p.m. on the CW, after The Flash.
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