So you've found yourself in Still Creek with a zombie invasion between you and freedom. Even though it's a small town, there are plenty of ways for you to get your jollies. For one thing, you can make 9 different combo weapons! Here's the full list of creatables. Know that some of the ingredients are pretty well hidden, so be sure to check on rooftops, in back alley ways and underneath cars.
Battery + Rake
Imagine a rake. Now send millions of volts of electricity through it and then go and poke zombies with it. Sounds like fun, don't it?
Pitchfork + Shotgun
If your aim is terrible, you may want to consider the Boomstick. Stab a zombie with the pitchfork to keep them in place, and blast them with the shotgun to, well, not keep them in place.
Kayak Paddle + Chainsaw
Remember Donatello's bo staff from "Ninja Turtles"? Well, imagine if there was a running chainsaw at each end. Suddenly Donatello seems a lot less bad ass.
Spray Paint + Traffic Cone
It acts as a really loud horn (so loud that Chuck has to cover one ear when he uses it) that, when used for an extended time against a crowd of zombies, will cause their heads to explode.
Improvised Explosive Device
Box of Nails + Gas Can
An exploding gas can full of nails is a good thing to toss into a crowd of zombies.
Newspaper + Whiskey
What's a zombie game without a molotov cocktail capable of setting the undead ablaze? A zombie game I don't want to play, natch.
Bucket + Drill
It's a metal bucket with a few drills taped to the outside, pointing in. Slam it on a zombie's head and the drills will make short work of its melon. Yay!
Bottle of Beer + Hard Hat
Portable heath! Unfortunately if you drink too much you'll start vomiting. Less unfortunate: Zombies can slip on the vomit.
Baseball Bat + Nails
Likely the very first combo weapon you make in "Dead Rising 2." Good thing it's super handy! The Spiked Bat acts like a regular bat, but it deals undeath a lot quicker, thanks to its many spikes.