In 2010, author Roger Ma brought us the ever-useful tome, The Zombie Combat Manual: A Guide to Fighting the Living Dead. This book could do nothing less than save your life, should the day of the zombie apocalypse come. From conditioning and preparing, to weapons (both traditional and not), to combat strategy and techniques, this book definitely covers the bases when it comes to zombie combat.
And now, Roger Ma has brought us something even more fun and informative: The Zombie Combat Field Guide: A Coloring and Activity Book for Fighting the Living Dead. Highlighting all of the most important lessons from the Combat Manual, this coloring book gives folks a multi-sensory learning approach to surviving attacks from the living dead. There are coloring pages, fill-in-the-blank exercises, mazes, puzzles, and more, all designed to help prepare you for the impending apocalypse. This book should be in everyone’s survival tool kit.
There are pages to help you identify the enemy and know his methods of attack:
Scenario training to prepare you for attacks on land, sea, or air:
And of course, plenty of tips to protect your young ones:
So break out your crayons, pencils, and markers. Preparation is the key. WE WILL SURVIVE.
As a nice supplement to his books, you can hear Roger Ma chat with author Anton Strout on The Once and Future Podcast about zombie fighting and more.
Roger Ma specializes in hand-to-hand combat against the undead. He is the author of The Zombie Combat Manual: A Guide to Fighting the Living Dead. His new book, The Vampire Combat Manual: A Guide to Fighting the Bloodthirsty Undead, focuses on surviving an attack from a hunting succubus. He is the founder of the Zombie Combat Club and the Vampire Combat Club, organizations that focus on battling the undead without the aid of a firearm. He was recently featured as a zombie expert on the History Channel documentary “Zombies: A Living History.” He currently trains in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.