Apocalypse: from Greek apokalupsis, from apokaluptein ‘uncover, reveal’, from apo- ‘un-’ + kaluptein ‘to cover’. Literally meaning “an uncovering” is a disclosure of knowledge or revelation.
Antichrist: one who will rise to usher humanity into a time of peace, he is against religion but for humanity. He will unite the whole world as one.
In other words, the Apocalypse is the revealing of truth, a time of enlightenment, and of peace and unity for humanity thereafter. The Antichrist is someone whose side you’ll be on if you’re a supporter of peace and happiness, and against if you want religious war and widespread hate. So basically, bring on the Apocalypse.
There might be a few years of Hell on Earth to endure first though.
Louis doesn’t let himself think about it. He doesn’t think of The List or LA or the cobblestone streets he knows like the back of his hand by now. He ignores the way the sun reflects off the gold band on his finger and decidedly puts on the peppiest, most sickeningly upbeat tunes on his phone. The sound of Anne’s voice was enough for him, he thinks. Now it’s just a matter of coping. He wonders if he’s got the strength to ignore the pain in his chest for that long, until the end of his life, he presumes.
Based on these tags where a two-year long zombie apocalypse finally comes to an end and Louis and Harry don’t know if the other’s survived.
The world has been decimated by a nuclear apocalypse. Harry lost his family and the love of his life, and is left with a nasty scar across his face and the mutated ability to heal people with his hands. When raiders come into his village trying to kidnap Exceptionals like him, Harry is forced to flee to people and places he’s never seen before– and maybe find a piece of his past in the process.
The one where the world has mutated and become far more vicious, harsh, and deadly than ever before. It’s a survival of the fittest world, and only those whom are able to conceive children are kept to live. Most who aren’t, are left out to die.