Victor Hugo spent much of his past life decrying social and national injustices. What, then, did he make of this new world he found himself in, one without governments as he knew them, one with a clearly defined enemy? He would do what he always did; use his talents in defense of the greater good. But instead of taking up the pen, he and his raven flock would protect his fellow citizens against the zombie menace. Not all sit well with Hugo, though. This world and his rebirth shattered many of his previous conceptions about the universe, and leave him with questions he struggles to answer.