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  1. What If All of Beyoncé’s Songs Were About Fighting Zombies

    Braaaaiiiinnnnns

    Today in Things We Can't Not Post, artist Ali Graham is currently running a Tumblr where he takes a Beyonce lyric and interprets it in the context of a zombie apocalypse where the singer is a scourge of the undead hordes. We approve, and so, I think, would Michonne, Buffy, Alice, Ellie, Riley, and Clementine.

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  2. Get Back To Basics With This Pop Culture Alphabet

    Awwwwww

    This charming series is the work of Jeff Victor, whose art we've featured previously. If you have young ones this might benefit -- or an empty spot on your grown-up wall -- he's got a poster print available for sale. The V, W, and X panel makes for an interesting discussion piece on the signature outfits of female characters, wouldn't you say?

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  3. In Love With A Zombie? This Song Is For You. [VIDEO]

    Awwwwww

    Dave Barnis did the animation on this Kickstarter-funded zombie Romeo and Juliet song by Rebecca Angel called "Your Undead Heart." Angel is a friend of ours from Geek Mom and we're super excited to see the finished product. Enjoy, and perhaps share with your brain-hungry loved-one. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  4. College Offers Course On Zombies and God

    You guys wanna go to the quad and devour some brains?

    Ah, college. It's a time for sexual exploration, academic engrossment, and preparing oneself for the coming apocalypse. Michigan State University now offers a religious course in zombies, because apparently college kids only care about their brains when they're protecting them from the undead.

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  5. Walking Dead Obstacle Course Coming to a City Near You

    A walk to remember.

    If, like, just going for a run or something isn't a sufficiently horrifying way for you to get your exercise, rejoice! The hit of the 2012 San Diego comic con, The Walking Dead Escape, may be coming to a city near you. It's just like the show, but better, because there's no Carl.

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  6. Live-Action Minecraft Short Makes Steve A Pickaxe-Wielding Bad-Ass

    I think I might want to keep a pickaxe around my house for protection from now on.

    It's just a normal day for Steve, Minecraft's main protagonist, wandering around the vast world with his pickaxe. Oh, and doing some zombie- and witch-killing, while he's at it. In this short film from Ben Combes (who previously released a two-part series on creepers), we see what Minecraft life would be like in high-def.

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  7. Mathematicians Wrote a Paper on How the Zombie Apocalypse Won’t Kill Us All, Made Us Grateful for Math

    Wait, could we have majored in zombie math? We've made a huge mistake.

    Building on the work of another paper about how a zombie apocalypse would go down, because that's a thing mathematicians apparently work on, Caitlyn Witkowski of Bryant University and Brian Blais of Brown University have written a paper on their mathematical findings that a zombie apocalypse wouldn't wipe us all out, so that's comforting.

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  8. Hacker Creates Flying “Zombie Drones,” May Have Been Reading Our Nightmare Journals

    Someone should tell Amazon and UPS that you have to destroy the head.

    If there are two things that scare the bejeezus out of us, they're zombie apocalypses and evil robot apocalypses. It was only a matter of time before someone combined them into the perfect geek terror machine, and that someone is hacker Samy Kamkar. Kamkar has equipped a flying drone with the ability to turn nearby drones into its zombie slaves.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen Celebrate Thanksgiving

    Things We Saw Today

    Ugh. These two. They do Thanksgiving better than anyone else, and they're not even American. (Twitter)

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  10. This Thanksgiving, We’re Thankful for Mystery Science Theater 3,000′s 25th Anniversary Marathon

    Watch it in the not-too-distant future, somewhere in time and space. Oh, or on the Internet.

    Be super thankful as you watch six classic episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3,000 for free this Thanksgiving thanks to Shout! Factory. In honor of the show's 25 years, Shout! is selling a different MST3K box sets at a discounted price every day in November, and they'll marathon six of the greatest episodes on Thanksgiving Day.

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