In episode 77 we interviewed Jay Reiter of Satryn studios. He is the autor and creator of a new zombie comic called Arise. This tale revolves around Thanatos and his skull splitter! This six issue comic is gonna be amazing! I was able to read the first issue already and it delivers!! Legendary horror artist Vince Locke did the art in the first issue and it's amazing. Let's help this comic get funded as there is a kickstarter going on now! The links will be added at the bottom of the article. A game and feature film are also in the works for Arise! Also eVo will be getting killed in issue 2!!! So go help this get done! If not Thanatos and his skull splitter could be coming after you!!!
That's right the title says it all! Survivalbagsinc.com has came up with a new bug out bag that has water side survival in mind! One bag, One mission, Stay alive is the slogan for this kit. One thing I love about this company is the thought that they put into each bag they create. As a avid fisherman myself when I found out the use of this new kit I was very excited to check it out!
If you have not noticed yet rebel blades knife company is the official knife maker of Evolution of the Apocalypse! As always all the knives are hand made by Dan Burnette. we have another sick knife to showcase. The survival/fighting knife, holy shit this blade is one bad ass peice of gear for anyone's bug out bag! Made from 3/16 440c stainless steel this thing is think!! The 6.75 inch blade will protect you from any danger. The overall knife is 12.5 inches and when you hold this tool in your hand you feel safe.
Today I received a awesome gift from the smoky mountain case company. They make iphone cases that are so cool! The one I got is wood with EOTA on it! If you are like me and love that old school wood feel on things you must go check these guys out! The fit is perfect on my phone and it's bad ass to have EOTA labeled on my iphone! Give them some eVo love!
Mine came with the black sheath which I also love. I know some gripe about it being too big or too complex, but it does its job well and for my use, I find no faults with it. I also swapped out the thin black shoelace of a grip lanyard with a nice knot of black 550 cord of a length long enough to make a tourniquet.