It's pretty obvious. The world is totally going to end in 2012. We're goners.
You've no doubt heard for some time about how the Maya calendar runs out on Dec. 21, 2012 - thus marking the end of the world. Despite the fact no one who actually studies the Mayans or their calendar believes this to be true, I still think there's something to it. I mean, how can you argue with something they've made movies about?
All the signs are there. Think about it. There are the Kardashians. And that new 80-inch TV. And Tom Cruise has that Rock of Ages movie coming out this summer.
All indicators point toward apocalypse.
Yep, I'm pretty convinced the world will cease to be in December 2012 - if not sooner. It could be the Maya calendar that does it, or it could be something else. There's a 2012 zombie apocalypse theory floating around that might bear some credence ... and those zombie bastards can attack whenever.
While it doesn't seem prudent to speculate about the exact date, I think the important thing to keep in mind is the world is going to end in 2012.
This coming year will be your last.
So, then, how are you going to spend it?
And more pressing (and relevant to this issue of the Volcano), how are you going to spend your last New Year's Eve EVER?
Hopefully the pages within will help you answer that very important question.
And throughout 2012 - however long we make it - the Volcano will be presenting all of our special sections with commemorative apocalypse themes.
Because, after all, if it's going to be our last year on Earth we might as well make it a good one.
Happy New Year from the Weekly Volcano.
Bring on 2012. – Matt Driscoll
Better eat while you still can.
Who wouldn't want to spend their last moments dancing to this talented singer?
The proper vessels to achieve a New Year's goal of striking the delicate equilibrium of good and evil.
Of course, the 14-foot fire breather will be there