You'll never play a game of “Plants vs. Zombies” quite the same way again... seriously, who exactly are the bad guys now?
An SDSU professor has created a class that uses the living dead as a teaching tool, and books like Max Brooks' “Zombie Survival Guide” are required reading.
The two astronomers recently published a study that suggests the possibility of over 2,500 zombie-infested planets, within 326 light years of our solar system.
The sketch serves as an adorable insight into the way that children view the undead monsters that us adults have become so familiar with over the years.
Not only is the burger joint decorated on the inside and outside with fitting imagery, but their drink and food menus are absolutely jam packed with treats inspired by some of the most beloved pieces of zombie entertainment of all time.
As we wait to find out what the hell is really going on with Terminus, we thought it fitting that today we pay tribute to some of those who have fallen throughout the seasons, by shining the spotlight on the most downright devastating character deaths that we’ve had to endure over the years.
The putrid cologne is actually comprised of two chemical compounds that are emitted from decaying flesh, with the molecule that produces that lovely rotten egg smell being added in for good measure.
After doing all their research, they determined that Alaska is the best place to go if the dead start rising from their graves, and that New Jersey will be the first to fall.
The unique concoction is described as smooth, creamy and tart, with the cranberries creating a 'sinister, bloody hue' and the goat brains imbuing the booze with 'intriguing, subtle smoke notes.'
What would The Walking Dead be like, if all the blood and guts were taken away? Well, we're about to find out.