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  • Do’s and Dont’s

    So what are the Zombie survival do’s and don”ts? What should you so and what not? We made a list of the most important ones for you to follow. Rule 1: Cardio: This one comes up in Zombieland and clearly makes alot of sense. How many fat people do you see at the end of […] More

  • 1583 A.D., Siberia

    A scouting party for the notorious Cossack Yermak, lost and starving to death, was rescued by a local Asiatic tribe. The scouts “repaid” the kindness by declaring themselves to be the de-facto rulers, at least until the reinforcements arrived. After gorging for several weeks on the villager’s stored food, the scout’s cleaned out their entire […] More

  • September 17, 1992, Part One

    I wake up in a quickie to see mama standing in front of a small crowd of soldiers wearing dark blue swat team uniforms and blue glass shielded helmets shooting at mama with their double clips handles rapid-fire bursts guns. “No!” As I behold my mama hitting the floor, I run to hold her in […] More

  • Joys Of Journaling

    Journaling is not just an activity of the teen and tween generations. It can be very helpful to your mental health. Journaling allows us to acquire the use of the left hemisphere of our brain, this then gives your right hemisphere a chance to roam free and allow your creativity and knowledge to flourish. It […] More

  • Zombies in the Ancient World

    The massive popularity of zombies in modern culture is no surprise, with the undead showing up in every form of media, these days it’s hard not to be at least a little interested. However, some of you may be surprised to find out that an interest or even belief in zombies and the undead goes […] More

  • 1579 A.D., Central Pacific

    During his circumnavigation of the globe, Francis Drake, the famous pirate and explorer, pitched anchor at a unnamed island to restock his supplies of food and fresh water. While he was buying supplies, the natives warned him to stay away from a nearby small cay that was supposedly the lair of the “Gods of the […] More

  • Sling System, EZ sling

    As many of you might know, you need a good firearm and lots of bullets to put the undead back in their graves. What a lot of people might forget, is that you have to carry your rifle around all day. Plus perform various tasks, while not letting go of your weapon. At a gun […] More

  • My submission for man crates

    Okay so the guys and girls over at Mancrates asked me to come up with some useful items for surviving a horror movie! Since I run Zombie Guide Magazine, expect nothing but amazingly useful and serious items to survive the most gruesome horror movies. Ready? Here we go.. 1. Axe Nothing says horror more than a […] More

  • What to do if You’re Bitten by a Zombie

    When you think about the impending zombie apocalypse, one of the most important questions to ask yourself is, “What will I do if I get bitten?” The first thing that comes to mind is a quote from one of my favorite childhood movies, Mom and Dad Save the World: “Shoot yourself in the head…nowwwww!” It’s funnier […] More

  • A Few More Things to Have in Your Survival Kit

    When your putting together your survival kit, you will no doubt have all the obvious things. Food, water, a blanket, a compass, first aid kit, and so on. There are a few things you may not have thought to include. Here is a short list of useful things you may have overlooked while ensembling your […] More

  • Using Valentine’s Day Sales To Your Advantage

    Valentine’s Day is a day of romance. It is celebrated by 190 million people, or 52% of the population, in the US. Overall, the holiday is celebrated in 16 countries with couples everywhere celebrating their love for one another. With the average person spending $161 how can a prepper take advantage of such a festive […] More

  • A Guide to Finding Awesome Mobile Survival Games in 2020

    One of my favorite memories is playing Oregon Trail on the school computers. It had basic graphics, you had to watch out for disease and lots of other things and, more often than not, you died. Good times! Looking back on those days, I’d never have thought that, four decades later, we’d be able to […] More

  • 50 Rules to Surviving the Apocalypse by Joanna Prototype

    1. Nowhere is safe. 2. Guns are great, but bludgeons last longer. 3. Zombies can hear, smell, and see as well as the living. Keep that in mind. 4. A decapitated head can still bite you. 5. Waiting for loved ones to reanimate before finishing them only makes it harder and more dangerous. And it’s […] More

  • The Virus

    It was a beautiful day. The temperature was somewhere in the mid-seventies, the humidity was low, and the sun gleamed radiantly in a sky that seemed to get more blue with every day that had passed since the dead collectively decided they were no longer going to stay all the way dead. Mike had always […] More

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