Protect your feet to stay mobile in the apocalypse

By Jake Sepulveda You may have to leave your home at a moments notice, and you might have to do it on foot. Having a comfortable pair of Zombie stomping/trekking shoes by the bed is a simple and important step towards survival and disaster preparedness. Although some individuals subscribe to the idea that “barefoot is… Read More Protect your feet to stay mobile in the apocalypse

Zombie Tramp to celebrate fourth anniversary with Issue 50

This July brings the four year anniversary of the ongoing ZOMBIE TRAMP series and the release of its landmark 50th issue. In today’s market not many books make it past the first couple issues, let alone see 50 consecutive monthly issues hit comic book stores, so you know a book is pretty special when it… Read More Zombie Tramp to celebrate fourth anniversary with Issue 50

Zombie musical ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ slated for winter release

By Chris Post The modern zombie genre is one that has seen all sorts of mutations since it was introduced by George Romero 50 years ago. There are gritty, chracter-driven films. There are action movie films. There are comedies. With Anna and the Apocalypse, the zombie film has gone musical. The film, set for a… Read More Zombie musical ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ slated for winter release

Fans can Return to Raccoon City via Resident Evil 2 update This January

At the Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) E3 press conference Monday, Capcom unveiled the first look at the new Resident Evil® 2. Based on the original, the new game has been completely rebuilt from the ground up for a deeper narrative experience. Using Capcom’s proprietary RE Engine, Resident Evil 2 offers a fresh take on the classic survival horror… Read More Fans can Return to Raccoon City via Resident Evil 2 update This January

Romero statue unveiled at Dawn of the Dead mall

By Chris Post It has been 40 years since writer/director unleashed Dawn of the Dead on theater-goers, showing a vision of a deserted mall as the last refuge of a small group of survivors. The mall was (and is) a real location, the Monroeville Mall in Pittsburgh, Pennsylania. After 40 years of remodels and refurbishing, nothing… Read More Romero statue unveiled at Dawn of the Dead mall