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Anti-Zombie Genocide Simulation in Progress In Nebraska

| June 1, 2013

ZRC Correspondent and Pro-Zombie artist George Pfau brought us a hot tip about this bizarre (but given World War Z’s imminent release, likely to become less unusual) simulation of the Anti-Zombie end times being conducted in Nebraska, err, right now: Among the sturdy berms of Nebraska soil piled high at Heartland Public Shooting Park, those [...]

Discovery Channel Teams Up with Dr. Schlozman to Peddle Zombie Apocalypse Fears

| December 8, 2012

Well, this is truly a disheartening example of media pandering: Discovery Channel has ordered the documentary special Zombie Apocalypse, which examines whether a walking dead-style invasion is actually possible and introduces a quartet of people from various backgrounds who are readying themselves, just in case. Sigh… Really, Discovery Channel? You’re pushing Living Supremacism on an [...]

UW Humans vs. Zombies Observed in the Field

| September 30, 2012

Apparently another rousing game of Anti-Zombie prejudices and NERF weaponry is afoot at the local college campus, and I’ve seen firsthand their hijinks, if not their intolerance, as I pursue a Zombie Rights-adjacent education this week. On Wednesday I saw the, ahem, designated ‘Humans’ (as if Zombies are less than human!) running around bedecked in [...]

Shoot With Actual Guns at ‘Zombies’ for Entertainment?

| August 17, 2012

The talented and vigilant Michelle Hartz forwarded us this disturbing story from Ohio, which the ZRC visited just this spring and clearly need to patrol a bit more often: The Shoot Extreme gun range in West Chester, Ohio, is drawing crowds with so-called Zombie Hunts, where customers can take down flesh-eating imposters. Shoot Extreme provides [...]

A ‘Zombie’ Perspective on ‘Run for Your Lives 5k’

| July 3, 2012

Naturally, the ‘Zombies’ for these Anti-Zombie events are actors recruited from the Living Community, but there is still valuable behind the scenes detail to be gleaned from this post on The Mary Sue: It was time to head out onto the course. We had all been assigned Zone 5, which was fortunately outfitted with shade [...]

FEARnet Teams Up with Capcom for Comic-Con Event

| June 26, 2012

We recently reported on a Zombie Rights march at Comic-Con, but sadly, there are some arguably less Zombie Friendly events occurring as well, even tied in with the March: FEARnet, the leading cable destination for horror, thriller and suspense content, will team with Capcom® and its upcoming Resident Evil® 6 video game and MPI’s Dark [...]

Vandalizing Road Signs Isn’t Just for Warning About Zombies Anymore

| May 29, 2012

I don’t know whether to be comforted or saddened that Zombies have company in the Unjust and Probably Unsafe Road Sign defacement department: A motorway sign warning of a possible Dalek sized obstruction! Pathetic! … What? The sign, located at on eastbound Arapahoe before 48th Street, was in fact a prank. With the Colorado Department [...]

Robert Kirkman Finds New Way to Cash-In On Hating Zombies

| May 17, 2012

Who hates Zombies most in the world? That’s a good question, certainly. Some might say George Romero, but Mr. Romero would disagree; he usually says he’s on the Zombie side in his films, and he *did* make Creepshow, with Zombies of Justice. Others might say Max Brooks, and it’s obviously true that Mr. Brooks is [...]

Reminder to Rate CBLDF Shirts

| May 11, 2012

Today’s the last day, so we suggest leaving helpful, if pointed, ratings of the Anti-Zombiiest of the Anti-Zombie shirts in the CBLDF contest. I know I will.

Upcoming Chicago Area Anti-Zombie Drive-in Event

| May 11, 2012

I can’t say I approve of either of these movies, but the ZRC would be remiss if we didn’t highlight the opportunity for some outreach at a drive-in theatre: What do you get when you mix classic zombie films and a drive-in double feature? WBEZ’s Off-Air Series gives you a chance to find out next [...]