Weaponizing zombies into weapons of war only makes perfect sense. It’s a relentless soldier that doesn’t know fear or pain and will never ever stop. Shooting it in it’s head is it’s one weakness and you can fix that with a helmet.
Why wouldn’t you try to weaponize a zombie? It would be awesome. Just strap on a bunch of blades and guns… and possibly one of those little Gopro cameras and watch it go. Also they are cheep, disposable, and with a zombie apocalypse going you have an unlimited supply. You just drop a few dozen of the buggers behind enemy lines and wait. Problem solved.
I bet weaponizing zombies is starting to sound better and better to you all the time, right?
No? What the hell’s wrong with you? Oh I get it. Sounds like someone is concerned with the ethical and moral questions this brings up. Or perhaps you just enjoy poking holes in my fun.
Like say zombies might not be great soldiers what with the low IQ, gradually rotting bodies, and the fact that they have no loyalty what-so-ever. Or perhaps you just don’t like anything to do with the military industrial complex. You know what I think. I think you’re being unamerican and I will not stand for it. That’s it we can no longer be friends until you see reason.
You can’t see it now but there is a flag gently fluttering behind me while country music is playing in the background. I have two pins on my shirt. One is a bald eagle painted red, white, and blue. The other is a murderous zombie soldier…. trying to eat that eagle.
Also weaponizing zombies is hardly a new idea as you can see it being done in movies all the time.
- Frankenstein’s army
- Return of the Living Dead 3
- Revenant (Though he’s kind of a vampire too)