post-apocalyptic Archives

Fist of the North Star: Viz Media to Release Ultimate Edition Manga
Fist of the North Star, the classic 1980s ultraviolent post-apocalyptic manga series, is finally being published in a complete Ultimate Edition in English by Viz Media. "Fist of the North Star" HOKUTO NO KEN Ultimate EditionⒸ1983 by BURONSON AND TETSUO HARA/COAMIX Fist of the North Star is a post-apocalyptic kung-fu Western, influenced by Spaghetti Westerns, Mad Max,[...]
"Gaslands: Refueled" to be Released Soon!
Think Mad Max, or Death Race, only somewhat different. I want in! For this to occur, however, I need to create a few model cars, modified in a post-apocalyptic style I'll be updating as my hobby progresses, but let me just say that I've already gotten a start on the modeling portion of this experience. My haul from a[...]
Wasteland Weekend 2018: Witness This Gallery From The Apocalypse
We wish we were out in the middle of the desert this week/weekend to experience the absolute madness (and awesomeness) that is Wasteland Weekend. Fans of Mad Max no doubt have heard of the post-apocalyptic event, which strives to create a thriving outpost in the days following the fall of civilization According to Wasteland Weekend's post-2017[...]
Giants #1 cover by Carlos and Miguel Valderrama
It's a post-apocalyptic, gang and kaiju story set underground and will likely become something of a "coming of age" tale. The two kids are pretty interesting in how they contrast one another Zedo is the dreamer and more cautious Gogi is more ambitious than cautious Zedo wants a life outside of what they know Gogi wants[...]
station eleven
The novel centers on events at a theater in Toronto and the travels of a post-apocalyptic travelling symphony in northern Michigan Locals to both northern Michigan and Toronto will recognize places in the book, as well as details such as the prevalent tourist sweaters (if you've been up here, you know they are everywhere). Station Eleven struck[...]
The Wolf Road Review: A Dark Psychological Thriller From Beth Lewis
[rwp-review-recap id="0"]  Beth Lewis' The Wolf Road is a dark psychological detour in the mind of a girl surviving in a post-apocalyptic landscape Following Elka as she roams a world not-so-different from our own, surviving a harsh landscape, and dealing with harsh questions on the nature of humanity, good, and evil, along with the all-important question:[...]