01.16.2014 10:52 AM

My future zombie apocalypse home

I’ve posted about my future zombie-era digs previously, but I did not have as many pictures to show you about how truly zombie-proof it is.  Here you go.

There is, however, one big problem with this particular design.  Can anyone guess what that is?

(No snarky remarks will be tolerated, please note.  If you make fun of my zombie fixation, Son Three and I will not save your sorry ass in the inevitable collapse of society.)


  1. Jay says:

    The trees that can be used to ascend the structure should be removed.

  2. W the K - No, not Warren says:

    Can you land a helicopter on the roof?

  3. James Bow says:

    There is a wide open vent in the roof, but I can’t see how the zombies would get to it.

    Blind spots?

  4. Jay says:

    Too much grass to mow.

  5. pat says:

    lack of mailbox?

  6. Dan says:

    Well I would assume that the fence goes around the entire complex.

    Having said that, I didn’t hear any mention of a generator for the house. So if the power goes out, and your fortress isn’t down, you are kind of screwed.

  7. Dan says:

    How fast do the walls close? I mean if it is slower than opening up the Skydome it could cause some issues.

  8. Doug Bies says:

    No openings to provide a good view/shooting angle on the side that the entrance and fence gate is on.

  9. !o! says:

    Not a fan of walls. Not a fan at all.

    When the hordes come knocking, they inevitably leave an increasingly high mound of zombie corpses that can, and will, eventually be used as a ramp for future zombies. Those walls are not nearly high enough.

    Get a goddamn boat and stop entertaining this death trap at once.

  10. Paul Brennan says:

    no blue box

  11. Jon Powers says:

    You’d be wise to rip out all that grass and just install astro turf. Grass’ll take you forever to cut, and the noise from the lawnmower may attract a herd. Also, you may want to burn down your neighbors house I see on the right. They may become a competitor for valuble resources, as the zombie apocolypse drags into it’s second decade. That’s my advice. I’ll see you from my flying-giant-zombie-proof-zeppelin-of-awesomeness.

  12. harvey bushell says:

    Shows promise but I see nothing that would stop Justin Bieber from egging it.

  13. Ian Howard says:

    You used the same architect as Wal Mart no doubt done offshore.

  14. Zombellla says:

    Way cool! I am growing the ZOmbie Plant that apparently plays DEAD when you Touch it ,,sure to keep zombies off your lawn.
    You have to see this to belive it…and it is REAL.

  15. Zombellla says:

    Here is the link to grow your own..or just search Zombie Plant Grow kit


  16. patrick says:

    Duh, there’s no way your blackberry is going to work inside that.

  17. david ray says:

    Sandra Bulloch will never visit and that will kill all of Warren’s fantasies. What’s to live for when you know that.

  18. Eric Weiss says:

    Inadequate firing positions for your new Stryker crossbow?

  19. debs says:

    I was going to say the time for closing up shop, but you guys beat me to it with the solar panel flaw.

  20. Robert K. says:

    If it is in Toronto, Rob Ford is still your mayor.

  21. Student501 says:

    Too basic for my taste.

    No provision for flame throwers on the roof or automatic firing .50 cals on the grounds facing the threat on all directions.

    Moreover, I don`t like the trees and vegetation around the building, disrupts the line of sight and arcs of fire.

    Once they pile up around the building, it`s a tough mess to get rid of.

    This is more what I think is appropriate:


    This one comes in at a close 2nd, but my Danish isn`t what it used to be, so getting ammunition and napalm would be a bit trickier:


  22. Philippe says:

    It lacks guard towers to station our machine-gunners.

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