The post-apocalypse is one of those classic sci-fi concepts, delving into everything from survival horror to politics to what it truly means to be human. It makes for great TV story lines, sure—but not great living conditions for the residents of those fictional worlds. So which ones rank as the best of the best, and the worst of the worst?
Haven't we all been there? You're sitting with your buddies, ruminating over a hoppy brew, and someone drunkenly (but with sophistication) asks, "If someone dropped the bomb and we survived, could we still drink our beer?"
Given that the end of the world is supposed to happen in December of this year—pesky Mayans—it seems only fitting that a Russian graphic designer has created a calendar that gives us a mostly safe-for-work apocalypse of the month, with a sultry model to go with it.
If Shaun of the Dead can be a romantic comedy set against a zombie apocalypse, why can't Steve Carell and Keira Knightley's Seeking A Friend For the End of the World do the same for impending asteroid-y doom?