Everyone knows two is better than one. When that comes to the zombie apocalypse and the number of swords you have, it’s even more true. Two swords is always better than one when you’re fighting off hordes of flesh hungry undead. An awesome looking and functional sword set doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg and this set proves that. Each sword has a black coated razor sharp AUS-6 stainless steel blade measuring about 15″ long. Each sword has fantasy cutouts and toxic green cord wrappings. The swords feature an apocalypse logo and cool green accents. These awesome zombie swords have a 15″ long blade and measure nearly 26″ long overall. This pair of swords comes with a single nylon sheath with a shoulder strap. The sheath holds both swords neatly and securely.
DayZ is a gritty, authentic, open-world zombie survival horror hybrid-MMO game, in which players follow a single goal: to survive in the harsh post-apocalyptic landscape as long as they can. Players can experience powerful events and emotions arising from the ever-evolving emergent gameplay. There are no superficial tips, waypoints, built in tutorials or help given to players. Every decision matters, there are no save games, no extra lives, every mistake can be lethal. If you fail, you lose everything and you need to play again from the beginning with nothing but your wits, and your two hands. Fight the hostile environment, where every other player can be friend or foe and nothing can be taken for granted.
Plants vs. Zombie Risk introduces brand new ways to enjoy the action hit that’s won over 30 Game of the Year awards! Unearth all the excitement with this special 2-player version of the classic game. A mob of fun-dead zombies are invading the quaint town of Brainsborough, while the pea-packing plants branch out for a battle of suburban domination. Play as the plants or play as the zombies. And hey, Plants vs. Zombie Risk gives you three ways to play including Mission Objective, Total Domination, and (flip the two-sided game board for classic, video game-style) Tower Defense. Plants vs. Zombie Risk is the gift that keeps on giving – just like a pole-vaulting zombie.
When the dead rise and the world ends, each day presents a new set of obstacles and challenges. To succeed means surviving long enough to face the next day’s danger; to fail means joining the hordes of undead. How long would you survive in such a landscape? Play this new The Walking Dead game and in just seven questions you’ll learn your own post-apocalyptic lifespan. Do you have what it takes to last a few hours, a few days, a few years? Find out now.
You’re already pretty well-prepared for the inevitability of the dead one day walking the earth — you’ve stocked up on canned foods, you’ve hoarded all the ammunition you could ever need, you’ve even made steps to fortify your home — but if you don’t have physical strength, there’s no way you’ll ever last. With Onnit Zombie Bells (available in weights ranging from 18 to 72 pounds) you can build up the brawn you need to resist the hordes of walkers. Each one features a distinct zombie facade, and is made from perfectly-balanced, chip-resistant iron with enlarged handles giving you improved grip strength. Just remember when the time comes to remove the head or destroy the brain. And if that fails, you can always pull their heads off with your new-found muscles.
Chad L. Coleman, who plays Tyreese on AMC’s The Walking Dead, talks about landing a love interest on the show and his secret to taking out an entire walker herd with just a hammer.
Q: What did you know about Tyreese going into this season?
A: That Tyreese was going to go through a lot. That’s what Scott [Gimple] was saying. He was gonna get tested, and he was going to kind of get turned inside out. No actor worth his weight doesn’t want to take on stuff like that. So that’s been real gratifying and rewarding to be able to do that.
Q: We come back this year and Tyreese has a girlfriend. How’d you swing that?
A: Man, Melissa Ponzio is so beautiful and talented, I wish she and I had the opportunity to work together more. But it was awesome working with her. That was my mantra: Tyreese should have a love interest. I just didn’t expect Karen to die in the second episode. I want a love interest andI want her to be around the entire season — but Karen’s death is very pivotal in the storyline.
No matter how prepared you think you are for the day the dead begin to walk the earth, your zombie apocalypse arsenal just isn’t complete without the Gerber Downrange Tomahawk. This tomahawk is built with a triple-purpose ax head featuring a sharp beveled edge that can tear through drywall, doors, or pretty much anything that stands in your way. The other side of the ax head works as a hammer, letting you smash off door knobs, locks, and more. The cutaway grip on the ax head gives you excellent leverage to use the pry bar found on the other end — perfect for getting into heavily-fortified spaces, or getting out of a jam.
George A. Romero’s landmark zombie horror classic, retold in exciting Graphic Novel format by Stephen A. Dymarcik II. The story that started the Zombie Genre. When radiation raises the dead, a group of survivors battle flesh-eating zombies. Siblings Johnny and Barbara visit their father’s graveside in a small Pennsylvania town, but it all takes a turn for the worse when a zombie attacks Johnny. Barbara flees to a spooky isolated farmhouse where a group of people are already holed up. Fighting and panic ensue as the group tries to figure out how best to escape the apocalypse, while hoards of undead converge on the house; a local sheriff-led posse discovers that if you “kill the brain, you kill the living dead.” This graphic novel is a must have for zombie lovers, horror buffs or anyone who enjoys a good read.
Photographer Jeff Zoet has reimagined the classic animated series, pitting the supernatural investigators against villains much scarier than the ghosts they’ve encountered before.
The epic photo series, titled “Scooby-Doo vs. the Zombie Apocalypse,” places truly badass versions of Shaggy, Scooby, Velma, Fred and Daphne in a bloody fight against attacking zombies.
Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays Sasha on AMC’s The Walking Dead, talks about blurring the lines between reality and horror on-set and where she’d head in the event of a zombie apocalypse.
Q: Sasha seems very close with her brother Tyreese. Did you model that off of a relationship you have with a sibling?
A: Well I do have siblings, but I don’t have any brothers. I was inspired by some friendships I have. I didn’t have to pull too much from my past experiences, because Chad and I have a very cool connection anyways — it was very brother and sister when we first met. We have the same sense of humor, so we clicked with each other from the beginning. We really were just able to build off of that, and not have to inject something else onto it.
Q: Last season was your first on The Walking Dead. Is there an initiation ritual for new cast members?
A: Wouldn’t it be funny if there was, and we had to run through some walkers or something? But that’s the beauty of this cast and crew: it’s the most welcoming environment that I’ve ever been in. It’s very familial, and they welcome you with open arms.