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YouTube Round-up: The Best Post-Apocalyptic Videos of January 28-February 3

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In this week’s YouTube Round-up, we finally get a couple good post-apocalyptic book reviews! I’m also excited about a first look at a new indie game called Potentia, the latest scrapyard finds from the Post-Apocalyptic Inventor, and a trio of classic films that are definitely must-sees in the genre.

Book Review of Post Apocalyptic Paradise by Alestarious Blac
Megan’s Reading Revelations does video book reviews several times a week and in this one she gives her in-depth opinion of a post-apocalyptic thriller called Post Apocalyptic Paradise. She covers plot, characters, her likes/dislikes, and even some trigger warnings.

Book Review of The Long Tomorrow by Leigh Brackett
The Long Tomorrow is a classic novel from 1955 that’s reviewed on Rambling Raconteur’s channel where he discusses the book’s similarities to other classics like The Postman and Alas, Babylon.

First Look at Indie Game Potentia
Potentia is coming to Steam on February 11th and Foxicopter got the chance to take an early look at the game for this review. Is it something worth keeping an eye on? Check out the review and find out!

The Post-Apocalyptic Inventor’s Latest Scavenging Finds
I’m a huge fan of Post-Apocalyptic Inventor’s scrapyard videos, and this one takes a look at some pieces he scavenged for repair, including an old vice that looks brand new when he’s done with it.

1980 Japanese Film “Virus” (Plus 2 Other Classic Post-Apocalyptic Films)
Virus is a movie that definitely warrants a viewing by anyone who considers themselves a fan of the genre as it features an impressive cast, including George Kennedy, Chuck Connors, Glenn Ford, and even Edward James Olmos. And to top things off, this week was especially great for classic movie buffs as I also found a new upload of Day the World Ended (1955) and A Boy and His Dog (1975).

Shawn has been infatuated with the post-apocalyptic genre since he wore out his horribly American-dubbed VHS of the original Mad Max as a child. Shawn is the former Editor-in-Chief at Joystiq's, creator of the Aftermath post-apocalyptic immersion event, and host of the Through the Aftermath podcast for over 11 years. He currently resides on top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere with his wife and four children.

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