Stand Still, Stay Silent (SSSS) is a post-apocalyptic webcomic taking place in the Nordic countries, and mixing some usual post-apocalyptic topoi to unusual elements both from nordic mythology and magic.
Wasteland Weekend is the world’s largest post-apocalyptic festival taking place in the Southern California desert since 2010.
Timelapse is a collaborative project of Google, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), NASA and TIME magazine showing the dramatic humanity’s effects on our planet over 28 years.
Guardian Centers, in Georgia, USA, is a very special place. It is, in fact, the most advanced disaster training center in the world.
It’s not easy to tell a good story, surprise the viewer, make the audience think, all in a few minutes of a short film. THE RISING succeeds in this.
Donyatsu, created by Yuusuke Kozaki, is a surreal manga about animal/snack hybrids in a post-apocalyptic Tokyo.
Think of the Twilight Zone episode “The Shelter”, the City of Ember, Romero’s Day of the Dead, the videogame Fallout 3: underground shelters are often the very last resort of humanity in the post-apocalyptic genre.
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H+ The Digital Series is a great post-apocalyptic web-series premiered on YouTube in 2012.
Is survival becoming mainstream? If we were to look at the interest on the topic from the TV companies, it would seem so.