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  1. Give Us Horror Comedy Life After Beth With Dane DeHaan and Zombie Aubrey Plaza Now

    "The attic, nooooo, why the attic?!"

    I Heart Huckabees co-writer Jeff Baena has stepped into the director's chair with Life After Beth, starring Aubrey Plaza as a somewhat unconventional zombie/metaphor for young adulthood, probably. It comes out on August 15th, and judging by the trailer, it’s gonna be good. If you’re chomping at the brain bit for more footage, below I’ve embedded a clip that hit the ‘web shortly after Life After Beth premiered at Sundance in January.

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  2. The Mary Sue Interview: The Creators of Afterlife With Archie the Totally Scary Zombie Horror Archie Comic

    Interview

    The fifth issue of Afterlife With Archie comes out tomorrow, just in time for us to ask some questions of the folks who make the book a reality. If you haven't heard, AWA is an ongoing series about a zombie apocalypse in Riverdale, yes, Archie's Riverdale, and it doesn't shy away from fully embodying the horror genre. Here's our interview with writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Francesco Francavilla.

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  3. Everything You Need To Prepare For The Impending Zombie Apocalypse On A Charm Bracelet

    Braaaaiiiinnnnns

    For just $34.60, Etsy seller PlayBox has everything you need to survive a plague of zombies on one, tiny bracelet (enlarging technology not included). Read ahead for the complete list of necessary items.

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  4. The Zombie Apocalypse Is Already Here and It’s in Red Hook, Brooklyn

    Oh well. Humanity had a good run.

    When you actually sit down to wonder about how news of an actual zombie apocalypse would spread, you tend to assume it'll slowly trickle in on Twitter or blow up after a big CDC press release. You don't think that you'll learn about it from Google Maps, of all places. Alas, truth is stranger than fiction, and the apocalypse is nigh.

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  5. Not Sure How To Survive The Inevitable Zombie Apocalypse? Take This Course From Michigan State

    Need braaaaaaains and 4.0 GPAAAAAAAA

    At this point, I think it's safe to say we all know the that zombie apocalypse is an inevitability. But will you be prepared for the end times? Michigan State University has your back, and is offering a course that will teach you everything you need to know in order to transform yourself into a walker-fighter Rick Grimes would be proud of.

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  6. Here’s An Analysis Of Your State’s Preparation For The Zombie Apocalypse

    Floridead, Nebrainska, Zombiesota: get your undead shit together.

    Real estate blog Estately has done America a huge public service and compiled the definitive data on which states are prepared to conquer an Army of the undead and which will inevitably turn into apocalyptic Zombiestan wastelands. On the plus side, at least New York real estate prices will drop?

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Summer Is Coming

    Things We Saw Today

    Varys has a hot dog. VARYS HAS A HOT DOG. (by Sarit Evrani, prints available on Society6)

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Google Pays Tribute to Dorothy Irene Height

    Educator, activist, and champion of the economic, educational, voting rights of African-American women, Dorothy Irene Height has been honored with a Google Doodle on the occasion of the one hundred and fourth anniversary of her birth.

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  9. Edited, “Family Friendly” Walking Dead Coming to Fox Syndicate

    If they keep all the 'dead' but edit out all the Rick, I'll be sold.

    Beginning this Fall, Fox-owned syndicate MyNetworkTV will be airing two episodes of AMC's The Walking Dead a week. But, the broadcast network's version of the show will obviously look a little different than the post-apocalyptic America we're used to seeing on AMC—MyNetwork will have to follow strict editing guidelines to make the show "family friendly".

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  10. Geek Lip Balm for Half a Dozen Fandoms Probably Smells Great

    i'll just leave this here

    According to Geek Fire Labs, Loki smells of peaches and honey, Katniss of cinnamon and french vanilla, Marceline of strawberries, and your patronus of white chocolate, vanilla, and mint. I don't have problems with any of these, and if you feel the same way, you can buy their charmingly decorated lip balms on Etsy, alone, in a batch, or as a gift set with cute buttons. Previously in Etsy

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