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post-apocalypse media by Archie Tillinghall - Sun, 29 Oct 2017 11:23:02 EST ID:H8Qy9c/o No.14663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Movies, series, comics, videogames, books, anime, you name it. Fictional or speculation documentary, everything goes. Recommend and discuss.

Gonna begin with the number one, the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. saga which began as a short-story named "roadside picnic", then soviet director-god Andrei Tarkovsky made it into a movie named STALKER, and then we got the videogames of the same name. All of them are pure 10/10, check them out if you somehow haven't yet.
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Cyril Snodspear - Tue, 31 Oct 2017 15:04:04 EST ID:NkremaJi No.14665 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Going with some obvious stuff. The wasteland games. The fallout games. Mad max stuff is post apocalyptic too. Stephen kings the stand is a lot of fun. Really fond of the extended cut of that book.
dark tower is technically post apoclyptic too but its also a lot of other things too
I could use more books in this vein for sure. Not really well acquainted with the classics of the genre.


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