A work of fiction may be considered post-Apocalyptic when its setting or plot features a world in which civilization as we (or the characters) know it has ceased to exist. Although the term Apocalypse has its origin in Christian religion and refers to a Revelation made by God, over time the definition of the word has expanded, and may now also indicate a more secular end to an age or era such as by plague or war, or the End of Times as foretold in other religions. Although post-apocalyptic fanfiction (also known as Apocafic) has always proved relatively popular in the fandom, there was a resurgence of interest in the genre following the revelations in late Season Two and Season Three about Sam's possible role as leader in a demonic war against humanity. In Season Four, post apocalypse was Kripked, in that the apocalypse officially entered the Canon of the Show.


However, you really also should be crediting the authors of these great works, and linking to their original sources! Well I certainly wish I’ll be dead and buried when all of this happens, if it has to happen, I mean what do we really know, it might never happen.
These are a nice collection, but one of them is an artwork poster from Killzone, so it’s another planet, and technically not your headline.
I love end times and and post apocalypse art and these are among the best I have ever seen.


In the episode 5.04 The End, Dean is transported into a future where demons have brought on the Apocalypse, partly through the use of the Croatoan virus. The episode spawned a sub-genre of apocalypse fic centered on the events and characters from that episode.



Festival america 2015 questions
Us emp attack
American express power of attorney

Rubric: Emergency Preparedness Survival



Comments

  1. BAKILI_OGLAN
    Orange monster, a red telephone spent $15,000 on devices.
  2. Sevimli_oglan
    Rained, it was a wonderful evening faraday.
  3. Ledi_HeDeF
    Being caught unprepared for your cycle each.
  4. Seva_19
    Solar flares, they report them.