Weekend Web: Real Anti-Zombie Bullets, Plastic Surgery Superman, Lost Zelda Artwork, and More!

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It may be a busy news weekend due to New York Comic Con, but we’re going to keep on keepin’ on! This week’s Weekend Web column is jam-packed with awesome fantasy, scifi, and horror content that just didn’t cut it as its own post. This week’s column features real-life anti-zombie bullets made for real guns, a Superman cosplayer who has undergone massive plastic surgery to look like his hero, an incredible PS3 commercial, re-discovered lost Zelda artwork, and more!

 

Hornaday Zombie Max Ammunition – Make Dead… Permanent!

This may just be the coolest thing since sliced bread: a reputable bullet maker is now releasing a line of anti-zombie bullets which actually work. Hornaday is releasing “Zombie Just In Case… MAX”, a line of bullets designed to take out even the deadliest of zombies. The company’s tagline? “Be PREPARED – supply yourself for the Zombie Apocalypse with Zombie Max ammunition from Hornady! Loaded with PROVEN Z-Max bullets… yes PROVEN Z-Max bullets …. (have you seen a Zombie?) Remember…. only head shots count …. make sure your “bug out bag” is ready with nothing but the best! Check out the full advertisement.

 

Superman is a Plastic Surgery Addict!

One Superman fan has taken his obsession with looking like the alien from Krypton a bit too seriously: this guy has had over 19 surgeries to alter his appearance in order to look like Superman. This 35-year-old beauty pageant trainer has been cut up an incredible amount of times for alterations ranging from thigh implants to cleft chin and plans to endure more surgeries to increase his height. Ouch. This guy takes “cosplaying” to a whole new level. Check him out on CBM.

 

Long Live Michael

Sony is busy marketing the PS3… and their ads are awesome. The latest in the series is entitled, “Long Live Michael” — it’s a look at all of the video games this fictional Michael has played over the years using a very clever approach. The short video features characters from all of “Michael”‘s favorite video games as they meet up in a bar, toasting to Michael. You’ll notice a lot of the heroes from your favorite video games as well. Check it out:

 

Fan Made Movie Trailers for Donkey Kong and Luigi’s Mansion

Game Rant discovered two hilarious video parodies aiming to be movie trailers for the iconic Nintendo games “Donkey Kong” and “Luigi’s Mansion”, created by Machinima. These videos come jam-packed with barrels, hammers, plumber hats, cheesy mustaches, vacuum cleaners, and more. We highly recommend checking them out!

 

City of the Future

Some of the world’s most brilliant minds (okay, we may be reaching here…) sat down to envision and illustrate their version of a futuristic world, complete with multi-level roadways (all of which are underground, leaving the surface streets for walking-room-only), below ground car parks, airfields, and naturally… every building is a skyscraper. The image was originally published in “Popular Science Monthly” in August, 1925. It’s a pretty incredible look at how people envisioned the future — check it out.

 

Old “Link’s Awakening” Artwork Surfaces

Scenery Villa unearthed a huge cache of Katsuya Terada artwork depicting scenes from “The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening”, illustrating the author’s vision of the popular Game Boy game.

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Mike Macauley

Mike Macauley is the founder and editor in chief of Lytherus.com. He also founded and runs Shurtugal.com, the official Inheritance Cycle community, and published his book, The Inheritance Almanac, in 2011. Mike can be found on Twitter at @mikemacauley.

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