Rather than being marginal, the apocalypse in 2012 is firmly entrenched in mainstream popular culture. Why? Perhaps because the apocalypse serves as a form of daydreaming escape from a world that looks radically different from just a decade ago.
Since the earliest days, humankind has pondered the end of the world. We’ve imagined messianic judgment days, cataclysmic comets, hyperspace bypasses, and Mega Maids. Here are a few apocalyptic scenarios from recent popular culture,... Read Post
The Hungry Games by Donovan Santiago When that popular post apocalyptic book series came out the food products in the world instantly fell in love, after all the books had hunger in their very title. Even though there weren't any fo... Read Post