End Of The World Commercials
Bugging out in a Jeep 2012, avoiding zombies in a Toyota Corolla or enjoying a beer during an asteroid strike; these are just a few ways that companies are trying to capitalize on end of the world hype. From cars to Doritoes to Axe body spray, just about everyone has an apocalyptic commercial now. Let’s take a look at a few end of the world commercials and survival commercials that have invaded modern television.

End Of The World Commercials

Jeep 2012 Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Commercial

Pepsi Max – Asteroid (End of the World)

Chevy Silverado “2012” Super Bowl XLVI Ad

Terminix – End of The World Commercial

Shock Top End Of The World

Bridgestone Apocalyptic Super Bowl 2010 Commercial

Lynx Body Spray – 2012 End of the World Commercial

AXE 2012: End of the World Survival Guide

Survival Commercials

Verizon Survival of the Fastest – “Swamp” Commercial

Bear Grylls Degree Commercial (Wolves)

Bear Grylls Nissan X-TRAIL Commercial

Bear Grylls Trail Mix Cereal Advert (Lion)

Zombies

FedEx – Zombies TVC

Doritos: Zombie Party Commercial

Doritos – Better Than Brains

New Honda Civic Zombie Commercial

Zombies: The Ramifications of Yes (Official Toshiba Commercial)

Zombie GEICO from the 2010 Spike TV Scream Awards

Toyota Zombie Car Commercial (2010)

Polaroid Zombie Ad – “SOUL”

Polaroid Zombie Ad – “NETWORKING”

Polaroid Zombie Ad – “TANGIBLE”

Video Games

Mass Effect 3: Official Launch Trailer

Fallout Intro

Gears Of war

X-men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse Commercial

Stubbs The Zombie: A Rebel Without A Pulse

Tom Clancy’s EndWar

What do you think about companies using the end of the world theme for advertising? Leave your comment below.

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3 Responses

  1. solomon

    i've noticed it too. prepping has gone main stream. what does that mean? it means that a bunch of yuppie get rich quickers are going to be out there trying to fleece us all of our hard earned cash.

    its a shame too. alot of people that got started late are going to get robbed because they're following a trend instead of looking around and seeing that a change of lifestyle is needed to really get ready.

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  2. 357chaos

    I think most of the ads are funny. Hey if it gets a couple more people prepping that is a good thing. re solomon: If they get taken from get rich quick yuppies, my guess is they would get taken in some other way as well. So for the masses it is a good thing.

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