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  • Anatomy of Deterioration

    The Biology of Zombies

    You’re chilling in your apartment and the kids start shouting that the zombies are coming. You start to brainstorm ways to get out of this mess. You grab our weapons, you’ve listened to all of the articles, you’ve got your bug out bag ready. You have your rations carefully packed to make optimum room inside […]

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  • Anatomy of Infection

    Zombie Guide Magazine knows that  in any effort you make to categorize the anatomy of infection that is the Z-Virus, it is important for you to understand how a person becomes zombie. To do that, we will take you through a short look at viruses and how they affect humans. There are some things that […]

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  • Evolution of the Zombie

    Evolution of the Zombie

    Over the years, zombie movies have evolved in many ways. With the Evolution of the Zombie, the stories have become more complex, the characters more diverse, and of course the special effects much more gruesome and realistic. Fans have watched as the zombies we love have gone from mere pale, shadow eyed people to partially […]

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  • Scary Science

    Scary Science

    “Scary Science” is a new segment here at Zombie Guide Magazine where we will explore the scientific accuracy of various zombie films and shows. We will rank the movies on a scale called the “Truthfulness”, where 1 means highly impossible to 8, which is extremely likely. Truthfulness: 3 For our first segment, I chose my […]

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  • Amputating Limbs Won’t Stop Infection

    Amputating Limbs Won't Stop Infection

    When referring to becoming infected via wound, the main myth we come across is the amputation of limbs. The hypothesis behind this idea being, if you can detach the wounded limb in enough time, you can stop the flow of infected blood before it reaches the heart and induces death. One example of this idea […]

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  • The Transformation Stages

    The Transformation Stages

    The stages of zombie transformation are the same that occur in vampires, with two major differences: in zombies, the onset of symptoms and transformation occurs much faster and has no relation to the cycles of day and night. The Transformation Stages… Stage One: Infection. Symptoms of zombie infection appear quickly: within one or two hours, […]

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