New York TimesWhat Rhymes With 'Undead'? Some Poets KnowNew York TimesPoetically, the zombie beat is a tough assignment. Vampires, pale and seductive, have enjoyed literary cachet for nearly two centuries.
With Zombies on Your Heels, You Better Run for Your LivesWired (blog)One on one, these are suitable weapons against a slow or fast zombie, but when you've got dozens, maybe even hundreds of zombies coming your way, you better run!
USA TODAYZombies, vampires still see the movie lightUSA TODAYIn Bekmambetov's mind, they remain far more interesting subjects than zombies. "Vampires are emotional and sexual," he says. "Zombies are just not interesting.
TG DailyZombies as brain foodOttawa Citizenthe question mark is part of his name — first used zombies to illustrate how disease spreads and the efforts to contain it. By Robert Smith? In 2009, a University of Ottawa mathematician had a brainstorm.
Add an Electric Chainsaw To Your AK-47 To Battle Non-Existant ZombiesGizmodoThe zombie fad will soon be as old and tired as steampunk, but ridiculous creations like this electric chainsaw accessory designed to hang off the front of an AK-47 can...
ForbesScientifically Studying Real Life Zombies When George Romero first produced his movies, he didn't call his living dead monsters “zombies.” That's because before Romero and his successors, zombies were a different thing entirely.
The Mary SueAn Actual Medical Journal Covered Three Cases of "Actual" Zombies in 1997The Mary SueIn what could have been taken right out of Steven Schlozman's The Zombie Autopsies, The Lancet describes three young Haitians, identified by initials...
He proclaimed we were definitely in zombie times, and this was before we even had the Walking Dead and zombies on TV commercials. Apparently we're still in zombie times because there's now plans to make a trilogy out of ...
The Lamplighter: Confessions of a Closeted Nerd: Zombie Takeovermy.hsj.orgIt is fitting that the current trend does not die, as it is the undead: zombies. Zombies are about as hard to kill in pop culture as they are in books, movies and television.
Slingshot artificer Jörge Sprave has made a vicious slingshot (no surprise there), but with a second business end — a deadly counter-weighted spike, aka the Zombie Hammer. Ever the thoughtful weaponeer, Jörge added a handled lever to disengage the weapon from zombie-skull after a blow. Don’t worry, he promises to only use his weapon on the undead.
We found out recently that if you try to leave a little kid in a graveyard late at night, he'll freak out. Even if you offer to leave him a gun to protect himself. But if you are wondering if a Zombie Apocalypse is possible, consider these 5 ways is could actually happen...
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