The Pentagon isn't letting a little thing like zombies not existing get in the way of their emergency preparedness. The US military has cooked up a plan that would come in handy if the dead happened to rise from their graves to attack the living.
What do you think of when you hear the words "zombie cologne"? Probably that it's some kitschy perfume with a gross smell, likely to be given as a gag gift, made to capitalize on the zombie craze right? Understandable... but wrong. Now watch and learn if you want to live.
Zombies and moths may not seem terribly similar (fortunately! on both fronts), but a new Walking Dead fan-theory suggests that, when it comes to fire they might have more in common than we thought. Spoilers ahead, Walking Dead fans.
Geeks of Doom 'Doc of the Dead' spans the life of zombie trend USA TODAY AUSTIN — The living dead have had movies and TV shows. Now they have their own documentary. Doc of the Dead, directed by Alexandre Philippe (The People vs.
Judging by how crazy things are about to get in Kansas, chances are that Dorothy and Toto would do just almost anything to get back to Oz. Even revive the Wicked Witch of the East and have her turn them into her slaves.
Well, In the Flesh isn't wasting any time in tearing at our heartstrings. This episode dives into post-traumatic stress disorder, school violence, self-loathing, veteran underemployment, illness, and indentured servitude—and that's all before the final, shocking moments.
Eau De Death: Zombie Repellent for the Apocalypse OhGizmo! Shows like The Walking Dead give a glimpse of the future that could be in the case of a zombie apocalypse. Doesn't look like a bright future, does it?
While some scientists fritter away their time searching for extraterrestrial life, two astronomers have performed a genuine public service for Earth by calculating the likely number of nearby planets inhabited by the undead.
Do you live in constant fear of the impending zombie apocalypse? No? Well, withThe Walking Dead wrapping up its season, it's literally all we can think about. We know how Rick and the gang are faring in Georgia (terribly) but how would survivors in other states cope?
Despite their total lack of charisma or even distinguishable characters, zombies have somehow become the monsters of our time -- but is it because of their lack of personality, not in spite of, that we're so fascinated?
Myths and zombies: Locals speak at big ed-tech festival The Seattle Times (blog) One was David Hunter of Zombie-Based Learning, a Bellevue teacher who talked about the middle-school curriculum he created that teaches geography through an imagined...