Photos from World War Z

Recently unclassified and undated photo of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force's JS Izumo (DDH-183), an Izumo-class helicopter destroyer for the JMSDF that was expected to enter service by 2015. However due to the Great Panic and the Global Zombie War, the Izumo was left abandoned at dry dock as the Home Islands were evacuated. Her sister ship the JS Kaga (DDH-184) was still in planning phase. Nonetheless, the JMSDF still had the JS Hyūga (DDH-181) and the JS Ise (DDH-182) to serve as their helicopter carriers during the war.

Both the Izumo and the Kaga would eventually be completed by 2024, finally being commissioned by 2026.

A DVD cover of the short-lived Canadian-American show Clone High, despite the show being cancelled in 2003, it received a cult-following over the years,
there talks about continuing or rebooting the show, but these talks came to a screeching halt due to the outbreak. Despite this, the character JFK, became an
internet meme in the west coast of the United States in September 2019, especially with his "Nothing bad ever happens to the Kennedys!" quote. In 2028,
creators Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, and Bill Lawrence, all whom survived the War, announced a continuation of the series for Adult Swim, with most of
the cast reprising.

A photo of Bosnian serb war criminal Radovan Karadžić in 2008, shortly after his arrest, the fate of Radovan remains a mystery, although theres a good chance
that he most likely didn't survive the war. According to some, he committed suicide while the prison he was in got overrun.
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A photo of Two US National Guard road blocks in Washington D.C. taken days before the Great Panic, circa 2013.

Rioters in Greece engaged in a futile battle with Zeks in Athens during the Great Panic.

Turkish Army soldiers at a military checkpoint outside of Ankara, weeks before the Great Panic, circa 2013.

Amy Cooper, known the journalist of Fox News which broke out the story that Phalanx was placebo and did not protect against the Solanum Virus.

I thought Terri Morales - played by Sandrine Holt - from Resident Evil: Apocalypse would be the perfect image of the journalist that broke out the story.

A pre-war photograph of the Sentinelese on North Sentinel Island. Around Late 2014-Early 2015, the Sentinelese were wiped out after a ferry filled with Zeds ran aground and later broke up, causing the Zeds to wash ashore.
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A decaying corpse of a cattle that was killed by wandering Zed near Denver, Colorado, February 18, 2013. Throughout the days leading to the Great Panic, there were over <1000 sporadic cases of cattle and livestock mutilation throughout the United States in which homeowners and farmers reported of "derranged invidivuals killing animals with their bare hands and ripping into them without regards for their safety." Local authorities initially covered it up as "cult activity" and those bodies of zombies killed either by homeowners or police were later burned.

Filipino teen actress Thea Rizaldo (left) seen here training for the AFP's anti-zombie warfare campaign, 2014.
The young local celebrity from Tubigon, Bohol, also known as the "Daring Dalaga of Bohol" was still about to enter first year college as an accountancy student at the University of San Carlos in nearby Cebu just as the Great Panic began. This shattered her dreams of becoming part of the Pinoy Big Brother but this did not stop her from serving her safe-zone community. When she was right of age, Thea enlisted in the Philippine Army along with several Filipino actors and actresses. She took part in the liberation of Cebu City from zombies in 2021, becoming a living legend among her classmates and her local hometown. By 2023-25, Thea became an inspiration for aspiring celebrities to continue their dreams while protecting the community from zombies at the same time.