The course has been specifically designed for participants with a wide range of abilities.
The world we know is about to end. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions will sweep the globe causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. The only way to survive is to buy an Evac Pass, track the virus and get out before it is too late.
In a matter of months society will crumble and San Diego will be first of many cities to fall. Only a few will escape. Some won’t even try.
What is a Walker?
This is a Walker
Survival is Not a Race
The average time of completion is 35-45 minutes.
The Walking Dead Escape is not a race. No one is timed, and you are not required to run, but the slow usually die for a reason.
Be prepared to climb, crawl, and slide.
Depending on the encountered Walker, you may need to move briskly or lightly jog in an effort to avoid infection.
Hiding is recommended if confronted with a Walker horde.
Move swiftly the end is near.
The goal is to make it to the Evacuation Zone without having contact with any Walkers.
Be aware, the Government believes infection can be spread by touch.
Government Scientists will be waiting at the Evacuation Zone, and will perform a scan to determine whether or not participants have been infected by the virus.
You must start with your assigned Evacuation time in order to participate.
All participants are expected to be respectful, safe, and courteous on the course and to fellow participants. The course was designed to create a fun experience; common sense applies.
All entries are final with no refunds.
All decisions by officials are final and binding.
Absolutely no weapons allowed (real or otherwise).
All Survivors and Walkers will receive an Exclusive Special Edition of the 100th Issue of The Walking Dead.
All Spectators will receive an Exclusive Special Edition poster of the cover of the 100th Issue of The Walking Dead.
Who is the Walking Dead Escape for?
Anyone looking for a front row seat to the real-life action event of a lifetime.
Must be 16 years of age to participate.
3 Ways To Participate
Survivor – Navigate through Zombie infected Evacuation Zone.
Walker – Embrace the inevitable and become one of the undead.
Spectator – Watch the Apocalypse from the sidelines at the Escape Party.
You will select your wave time during registration. Waves will run every 20 minutes.
Thursday, July 12 / 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Friday, July 13 / 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday, July 14 / 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
You will select your evac time during the online registration process. Plan on arriving 20 minutes before your wave time to check in.
The Evacuation Route will feature multiple obstacles such as cargo nets and rope bridges.
No one will be disqualified if they are unable to complete a certain obstacle, but it may heighten the risk of infection.
All entries are final with no refunds.
Waivers will be available on Evacuation day, and must be signed and turned in at packet pickup before you can participate.
The Walking Dead Escape will be held at Petco Park in downtown San Diego, CA
Marvel Studios has begun production on Shane Black’s “Iron Man 3” in Wilmington, North Carolina and to go with it they’ve also delivered the first official still from the project.
The press release also confirms location shooting in Raleigh & Durham in North Carolina, Miami and China ahead of the release next year on May 3rd.
Christian Bale, Gary Oldman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and director Chris Nolan from “The Dark Knight Rises” turned up at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday to introduce new footage from the film.
Warners however has swiftly been pulling Youtube and video rips of the broadcast from the Net as fast as they’ve gone up, though low-res copies are still viewable if you search and it’s pretty epic.
Meanwhile Collider came across an apparent runtime listing for the film on the official AMC site.
The website lists “The Dark Knight Rises” coming in at a whopping 165 minutes (2hrs 45min), 12 minutes longer than the 153 minute runtime of “The Dark Knight”, which itself was 12 minutes longer than “Batman Begins” at 141 minutes.
After their success with the six-film “Avengers” marathon screenings, it’s no surprise that AMC has announced a Dark Knight Marathon for the evening of July 19th with back-to-back screenings of all three Nolan-directed Bat films. Tickets for that go on sale from June 11th from AMC Theatres.
Finally today, scribe David S. Goyer revealed in a recent interview with Empire that after “The Dark Knight” came out, Warner execs were thinking of getting Leonardo DiCaprio to play The Riddler in ‘Rises’ until Nolan decided on using Bane as the villain.
Spartacus: War of the Damned, the upcoming third season of Starz’s Spartacus TV series, will be its last, according to a report at IGN.
Despite being a fan-favorite, the series has faces an uphill climb, with ratings problems and the death of a showrunner along the way. The choice to rename each subsequent series has also made the series somewhat harder to keep track of, as DVRs will not “remember” it from season to season.
All that said, the series will have the opportunity to wrap up its plot before it goes off-air. In the interview, show creator Steven S. DeKnight said,“Starz always does the unexpected. This show has been challenged, to say the least, in many, many ways. We’ve faced many difficulties and tragedies on the show. My original plan was to attack the show in a five- to seven-season arc. Once we got into it and after Andy [Whitfield]’s passing and looking at the historical story of Spartacus, we came to the decision to basically end on a high note.“We certainly could have continued for a few more seasons and stretched it out, but we really wanted to end high and not feel like we were treading water – and really just condense the rest of the history into one amazing ten-episode, badass final season,” he continued. “You know, the whole show was a huge risk from the start for Starz, and it was another huge risk when I decided to try to keep the show going after Andy’s passing. Any normal studio would have just cancelled the show at that point and not risk the financial downside of it not working. But Starz, thankfully, really stuck by the show, and they really wanted it to be told all the way to the end. They didn’t want to cheat the viewers and just suddenly pull the plug. So they gave us this opportunity to wrap up the story, and we’re certainly taking that opportunity and running with it. This is by far the biggest season we’ve ever attempted.”
Hello friends, this isn’t easy for me to say so I’m just gonna get it out..I found out last week that I have a brain tumor and it has to come out in the next week or so. Being a freelance artist I unfortunately have no health insurance. My art dealer Mike Alexander… Mga1wars@aol.com will be selling all of my art at discounted rates and he along with my good friend Ale Garza will be excepting donations. [You] can also find them both on my Facebook page. I’m scared but I will get through this but will be out of work for awhile. I hate to ask but anything helps…
Nome is an artist who’s done work for Aspen, DC and Wildstorm in his relatively brief career to date. This story is both sad and scary (I can’t imagine how I’d react if I found out I had a brain tumor that had to be removed within a week); I hope it ends well, with Nome healthy and not in piles of debt. His dealer Mike Alexander’s website is here, if you want to buy art to help out.