Check us out; we’ve made it to the regional time! A representative of the Safety and Survival Council will be running amok at New York Comic Con this October collecting all the latest in entertainment pertaining to zombies, the apocalypse, comics, and more.
How curious, persistent and human, this desire to survive. It started with my little brother collapsing into his cereal one morning. We were terrified because there’d been a serious bug going around school; of course our immediate thought was that he was seriously ill. We fussed and he got up, went to the kitchen sink… Read More »
So, zombies are all the rage in entertainment right now. They seem to also be the big thing in marketing and getting through to the masses. So much so, that even the Centers for Disease Control and PETA are on board. You can send zombie-themed e-cards via the CDC website to encourage your friends and… Read More »
Check this National Geographic article out and speculate with fear: The fungus species can infect an ant, take over its brain, and then kill the insect once it moves to a location ideal for the fungi to grow and spread their spores. … All four known fungi species live in Brazil’s Atlantic rain forest, which is rapidly changing due… Read More »
Teamwork will be vital in the days, weeks and even months immediately following the apocalypse. Grab Tom, Dick and Harry and band together to eek out a meager existence. However, once the mutants are contained and the infected have died off, leaving only a population of survivors, you’ll need some sort or population organization system. Understand your options… Read More »
So, there might be an apocalypse someday. Maybe everyone except you will be dead. If that’s the case, what should, could, or would, you do?