Pop apocalypse


“The Walking Dead”

Jessica Alba in "Dark Angel."

Good ole zombie-pocalypse.


Reestablishing America.

“The Twilight Zone”

Books, books, and broken glasses.



Rama rama, future, future.

“Dark Angel”

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A super super-soldier.


“The Road” by Cormac McCarthy

Nothingness on steroids.

“I Am Legend” by Richard Matheson

It is seminal.

The Last Man.

“The Drowned World” by J.G. Ballard

Bring it on.

“World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War” by Max Brooks


Oral “history.”

“The Last Man” by Mary Shelley

Alone again, naturally.


“12 Monkeys,” 1995

Apocalypse undone?

“Dawn of the Dead,” 1978

Let’s go to the mall.

“Last Night,” 1998

What would you do?

“Mad Max Beyond

Thunder­dome,” 1985


Tina. Turner.

“Children of Men,” 2006

For bleak freaks only.


“(Nothing But) Flowers,” Talking Heads

There was a Pizza Hut/ Now it’s all covered with daisies

“The End,” The Doors

This is the end/ Beautiful friend

The Doors. From left: John Densmore, Robbie Krieger, Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison.

“Earth Died Screaming,” Tom Waits

While I lay dreaming

“Idioteque,” Radiohead

I’ve seen too much/ I haven’t seen enough

“When the Man Comes Around,” Johnny Cash

One hundred million angels singing