If you were worried about where you were going to get your zombie garden gnome, here's some relief. The company that bought the bankrupt in-flight shopping magazine SkyMall says they're bringing back the catalogs to airlines.
"@Skymall is back," the company's twitter account retweeted this week, setting off a series of tweets and news coverage.
Chaim Pikarski, executive vice president of C&A Marketing, which owns the SkyMall brand, said they are in talks to "relaunch the catalog in a few months with a few carriers." But his hopes are even higher for the future of the publication known for hawking its quirky products to fliers.