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Beer With Real Brains Targets Walking Dead Zombie Enthusiasts

Beer With Real Brains Targets Walking Dead Zombie Enthusiasts | Zombies | Scoop.it
Beer with brains? It might sound crazy, but a Philadelphia-based microbrewery is hoping it’s just crazy enough to work.

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Maybe this could work! Brewing with brains? Sounds gross right? but hey! gotta try everything once!

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Beer With Real Brains Targets Walking Dead Zombie Enthusiasts

Beer With Real Brains Targets Walking Dead Zombie Enthusiasts | Zombies | Scoop.it
Beer with brains? It might sound crazy, but a Philadelphia-based microbrewery is hoping it’s just crazy enough to work.

Via Thomas Faltin
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Maybe this could work! Brewing with brains? Sounds gross right? but hey! gotta try everything once!

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'The Walking Dead' has plenty of gore -- and even better emotional moments

'The Walking Dead' has plenty of gore -- and even better emotional moments | Zombies | Scoop.it
Rotting zombies. Gushing blood. Spilled guts. Crushed brains. AMC's hit drama "The Walking Dead" has these things in spades, but the show isn't just about the gory scenes featuring the undead and unlucky humans.

Via Troy Mccomas (troy48)
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This article explains how "The Walking Dead" is not just about blood guts and gore! Its action packed and full of drama too! From heartbreak to loss to happiness and more! Its perfect if you want to find out more about the show!!

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What The Walking Dead's Zombies Are Actually Eating

What The Walking Dead's Zombies Are Actually Eating | Zombies | Scoop.it
On TV's The Walking Dead, no punches are pulled when it comes to showing the zombies ringing the dinner bell. There is gnashing, and gnawing, and the swallowing of flesh. But did you ever wonder just what kind of flesh it was?
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I think this is very informant!! Its good to know they aren't actually eating something gross!

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Rick Grimes 10-inch Walking Dead Action Figure Will Protect Coral

Rick Grimes 10-inch Walking Dead Action Figure Will Protect Coral | Zombies | Scoop.it
The Walking Dead. It’s the most awesome show on TV. You get to see zombies, people shooting each other, and hear Rick yell “CORAL!” all the time. Half the time that is what he calls his son Carl.
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In this article it talks about an awesome new Rick Grimes action figure! Complete with his pistol, sniper and combat knife! 

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» Top 10 Reasons It Sucks to Be a Zombie

» Top 10 Reasons It Sucks to Be a Zombie | Zombies | Scoop.it

10. It seems that every time you lie down for a quick nap, you wake up on a slab in the morgue. Putting a sign on your chest reading “It’s OK that I’m dead — I’m a zombie” doesn’t help as much as you’d think.

9. It’s so hard to find good dessert options since Ben & Jerry’s stopped making their “Brain Freeze” flavor.

8. Spa days are no fun: facials only remove the bits of face you still have left, and it’s a rare massage therapist who knows how to deal with rigor-stiffened muscles.

7. You have to give up your iPhone: multi-touch screens are really hard to use when the only fingers you have that aren’t dead are missing.

6. Staying a vegetarian is hell.

5. People are constantly breeding exotic plants to stop you from invading their houses.

4. Snowstorms are the absolute worst: not only is it hard to shamble in deep snow, but if your foot comes off it takes ages to find.

3. You have to be careful that your jawbone doesn’t fall off — otherwise you’ve got to puree the brains before eating them, and that wastes valuable shambling time.

2. That whole “not unreasonable” thing is bogus: zombies don’t eat eyes because their texture is too gummy and LASIK gives them a weird aftertaste.

1. Do you have any idea how much concentration it takes to control your body and your detached body parts at the same time — especially if they’re out of Bluetooth range?


Via Deloste
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Exactly! this explains everything! Trying to control body parts that are barely attached? ha! that's next to impossible. this has very good tips as well for humans to see what's hard for a zombie to do what their weaknesses are and so on!

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Surviving the zombie apocalypse: the DayZ experiment

Surviving the zombie apocalypse: the DayZ experiment | Zombies | Scoop.it
Amid the resurgent popularity of zombies in recent years – think The Walking Dead, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Shaun of the Dead and so on – the 2011 publication of Dan Drezner’s Theories of International…...

Via Ana Cristina Pratas
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I think it would be a good idea to stage an actual apocalypse situation to see how people would react! To see how people would handle themselves in a real zombie invasion would be interesting I think because it would be neat to watch the stages of what would happen the lengths people would go to too stay safe and alive!!!

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A Tokyo Design Firm Made Artificial Human Organs for the Post-Apocalypse

A Tokyo Design Firm Made Artificial Human Organs for the Post-Apocalypse | Zombies | Scoop.it

Once that great apocalyptic event—contagion, climate change, nuclear holocaust, zombies, whatever—drowns out the huddled masses of humanity, we can take solace in at least one thing: those who remain will have no shortage of suggestions from art and pop culture as to how best to carry on.

If it's a zombie scenario, they could, for instance, go Walking Dead and form a scrappy band and shack up in a prison. If it's disease, they could hack their bodies, adding Matt-Damon-in-Elysium-style cyborg arm implants to do combat with the rich. If it's rising sea levels, they could follow one Tokyo design firm's advice, and outfit themselves with artificial organs designed to make the human body more water-efficient. 


Via Szabolcs Kósa
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I think this is a very good idea! Very creative and cool! Would be great for an actual apocalypse!!!

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