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  • Kabar Kukri Machete 1249 Review

    The Handle: The Kukri has a black handle made of Kraton G, although I’m not sure how this differs from regular Kraton. It’s got that grippy feel without being sticky, and I like that. It’s 5-1/2″ long and has a half guard-like protrusion in the butt to keep the knife in your hand when you’re […] More

  • The Ballad of the Zombie Pug

    My owner tried to eat me. He weighs four-hundred pounds, you see. At first, I just thought he was hungry, but it turned out he was a zombie. My owner was trapped by his own weight, stuck in his reclining chair. Thank heavens he couldn’t reach me, much to his despair. It took me quite […] More

  • Apocalypse Ethics Part Deux

    Quick Note: There is a spoiler alert regarding this current season of The Walking Dead. Nothing giving away much detail in Apocalypse Ethics Part Deux, but a plot point is discussed so keep that in mind. On Apocalypse Ethics Part One, I had just finished playing the game “The Last of Us.” I want to […] More

  • The Biology of Zombies: A Primer

    Part 1 Zombies have been around for quite some time. But over the years, we have seen an evolution in zombie biology. What I have noticed is that as we begin to better understand science, our zombies change. In many cases, our zombies reflect what we don’t understand about biology. As you will learn or […] More

  • As time goes by

    November 10, 1992 Today is another boring day of the same regimen but the only difference is that we are going to have a surprise for Chow since today is his seventh birthday. After dinner McCall serves us a white creamy frosting three layers’ cake with slices of bananas on top of the cake. He […] More

  • LOVABLY DEAD, by Alex Eldrich

    “Nguh…” Kate rolled over to face her fiancé lying next to her on his back. “What, honey?” “Nguhhhh…!” “Oh you poor thing, you’re hungry aren’t you?” She noticed a glob of drool on the corner of his mouth. Grabbing a tissue from the night table she turned back to wipe his lips. Quick as a flash he […] More

  • Five Things You Should Be Doing As Your State Reopens

    As of right now over, 20 states plan to be reopening there doors this week. People are torn about whether this is a good idea or not. Will things get good or better? Will cases spike or drop? All these uncertainties have led to many conflicting reports, but what is true? Personally, if we do […] More

  • An interview with A.M. Geever

    Ladies, Gentlemen and ghouls, I present you: A.M. Geever! Well, an interview at least. At Zombie Guide Magazine, we’re all about the people who create content. To support people like you who want to pursue their own path, we’re here, dead AF, not going anywhere. So today we’re starting a new tradition of interviewing awesome […] More

  • Common Edible Plants

    Say your stuck with no food and nowhere safe to scavenge. You’ve eaten your last meal bar and all the stores around you are overrun, raided, or there simply aren’t any of them. Now what do you do? I’ll tell you what, you start getting green. Having a basic knowledge of edible plant life, as […] More

  • The Pros And Cons OF Being A Lone Wolf

    At some point during the zombie apocalypse, you’ll be alone for some time. For many, they would prefer it, while others see this as a scarier thought, a fate worst than death. Each person is different, and what works for you might not work for your neighbor. Many believe going at the apocalypse alone is […] More

  • Differences Between Surviving Fast and Slow Zombies

    Differences Between Surviving Fast and Slow Zombies There are some fundamental differences between fast and slow zombies that one must be aware of before one may make a sensible contingency plan for an outbreak of either type of zombie. The “Fast Zombie” Controversy Many Zombie enthusiasts deny that the creatures depicted in 28 Days Later, […] More

  • Fictional Character Dream Team

    Your team could be a matter of life or being life cereal to a zombie. You want the best to survive this apocalypse and need a diverse team of experts if you have any shot at making it through this. For the integrity of the list, I purposely left out lead characters from popular zombie […] More

  • 1253 A.D., Fiskurhofn, Greenland

    Following the great tradition of Nordic exploration, Gunnjborn Lundergaart, an Icelandic chieftain, established a colony at the mouth of an isolated fjord. There were reported to be 153 colonists in the party. Lundergaart sailed back to Iceland after one winter, presumably to procure supplies and additional colonists. After five years, Lundergaart returned to find the […] More

  • The problem with guns

    Now don’t get me wrong, I really like guns. They’re fun to shoot and work very well against people. But I doubt their use in a zombie apocalypse. Let me explain. Maintenance The first issue with guns, is that they’re high maintenance. You need cleaning rods, brushes, cloth, oil and… A quite place to take […] More

  • Kyle’s Fiction Fridays

    Today we’re happy to announce a new project! About a week ago we got contacted by Mr. K.R. Bernard, who is a zombie fiction writer. Now I know that’s not a special profession these days, but Kyle had a series of short stories written that weren’t published yet. So starting soon, we’ll be posting parts […] More

  • Busting prepping myths: part 1 – canned food

    Now that The Walking Dead hype is slowing down due to a long break between episodes, I thought it was time for some real prepping advice! So today we’re starting a new article series, busting prepping myths! In every article we take one prepping myth and bust it like Daryl busts open mushy zombie skulls […] More

  • 1996 A.D., The Line of Control, Srinagar, India

    This excerpt was taken from a post action report by Lieutenant Tagore of the Border Security Force: The subject approached at a slow stagger, as if ill or intoxicated. [Through binoculars] I could observe that he wore the full uniform of the Pakistan Rangers, odd since none were reported to be operating in this zone. […] More

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