Biological warfare (BW)—also known as bacteriological warfare, or germ warfare—has had a presence in popular culture for over 100 years. Public interest in it became intense during the Cold War, especially the 1960s and '70s, and continues unabated. This article comprises a list of popular culture works referencing BW or bioterrorism, but not those pertaining to natural, or unintentional, epidemics.

Literature

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(Chronological, then alphabetical within years)

Comics/graphic novels

Films

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(Chronological, then alphabetical within years)

Television

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(Alphabetical by series)

Video games

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(Chronological, then alphabetical within years)

See also

References

  1. ^ Lee, Matthew John (May 22, 2008). The Quick and the Dead. Melrose Books. ISBN 978-1-906050-78-8.
  2. ^ Lee, John Matthew (July 28, 2013). The Quick and the Dead. McIatyre, Catherine (Illustrator). (Kindle, Illustrated ed.). Amazon Digital Services, LLC. ASIN B00E7Q738A.
  3. ^ Lee, John Matthew (February 2014). The Quick and the Dead (EPUB 2/Adobe DRM ed.). Melrose Books.