2cool4podcast is partying in your pool, eating all your food! This time we talk about JGL’s directorial debut, Daniel’s fear of space, and that one Marvel show. Then we cap it all off by beating the proverbial “Walking Dead” horse.
I really dig this picture. He’s somewhat apprehensive of the skunk draped over his shoulder, but he looks more disgusted with the camera in front of him.
Anyway, Robert Kirkman is the writer of the wildly successful comic book The Walking Dead, which spawned an even more popular TV show of the same title. He’s also the writer of Invincible for Image comics and as ridiculously awesome as that series has been, it’s almost impossible to adapt it as a television pilot. So he’s now working with Fox International Channels in order to develop an original exorcism show that’s attached to his new upcoming book from his Skybound imprint at Image. Continue Reading
I don’t know if this qualifies as news so much as it does intriguing speculation, but it looks as though a well-known character from the The Walking Dead comic book could be making his return to AMC’s breakout hit. I say return because in season one, the first living persons seen by our lovable leader were Morgan and Duane, the father-son tandem that set the pace for the show’s inability/refusal to allow important black characters to have longevity. For those whose memories have failed them and can’t think that far back, I’ll remind you (and for those whose memories haven’t failed them, feel free to gloss over the next few sentences). Continue Reading
Yes, Super Bowl 2013 was full of neat surprises…from Beyonce’s performance to the black out that occurred during the game, but we can’t forget the commercials in between. To be more specific, the clever TV spots they shot for the Super Bowl, and the cleverest of them all had to be The Walking Dead Time Warner Cable spots. Continue Reading
If you’ve been following Zombieland since its inception, then you’ll remember that this project first began as a pilot for a zombie television series. Then things happened and it became a movie, and since then The Walking Dead rose to prominence as the first zombie apocalypse series on TV. Doesn’t hurt that it’s adapted from an awesome source either. Continue Reading