Check out this deleted scene from episode 414 of The Walking Dead, The Grove.
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Check out this deleted scene from episode 416 of The Walking Dead featuring Carl and Rick.
Winter is setting in. Time to find food and shelter is running out. And with a newborn infant to sustain, walkers are a greater threat than ever. As pressure builds and tensions reach breaking point, your choices will decide Clementine’s fate in the gripping conclusion of The Walking Dead: Season Two.
8/26 – PC/Mac, PlayStation 3 & PS Vita North America
8/27 – Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 & PS Vita Europe
8/28 – iPhone & iPad via the App Store
Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in! Below are ten suggestions of comics, graphic novels, or trade paperbacks you should spend some extra time checking out and think about picking up.
Pick of the Week: United States of Murder Inc. #4 (Marvel/Icon) – Valentine and Jagger are on the run as the five families meet to decide the fate of the United States of Murder Inc. The alternate world story where the mob controls large parts of the United States has been a fun, and gripping read.
Armor Hunters #3 (Valiant Entertainment) – Valiant has one of the best universes out there, and their current Armor Hunters storyline has been fantastic. It’s still not too late to get in on a great comic company.
Doberman #2 (Darby Pop Publishing/IDW Publishing) – 80s cheesy cop movies come to comics. Hilarious, and nostalgic at the same time.
The F1rst Hero #1 (Action Lab Entertainment) – A new series from Action Lab has a world where people with super powers just begin to emerge. The first issue is fantastic, both as an introduction to this world, and also a one and done comic.
Genius #2 (Top Cow Productions) – I liked the first issue when I read it four years ago, and have been waiting for the second issue to hit. A nice spin on the idea of gangs in America.
Skullkickers #30 (Image Comics) – A stand alone issue before the next arc begins. Skullkickers is entertaining fantasy, and every issue is fantastic.
Starlight #5 (Image Comics) – Mark Millar’s Flash Gordon homage has been damn near perfect with each issue. Fun, entertaining, and pays tribute to classic pulp fun.
Transformers: Primacy #1 (IDW Publishing) – Some more Transformers history filling in the gaps of the war between the Autobots and the Decepticons. The story is solid and art beautiful to look at.
The Walking Dead #130 (Skybound) – If you caught the end of last issue, how can you not want to read this one!?
Wolverine #11 (Marvel) – Marvel has big plans coming for Wolverine, and this is leading up to all of that.
It was new comic day yesterday! What did everyone get? What have you liked so far?
Around the Tubes
ICv2 – ‘Superfight’ Will Do ‘The Walking Dead’ – Very cool!
Spinoff Online – ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Could Earn a Record $70 Million This Weekend – I’m betting bigger.
Around the Tubes Reviews
Comic Vine – All-New Ghost Rider #5
Comic Vine – Armor Hunters: Harbinger #1
Comic Vine – Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo #1
Comic Vine – Cyclops #3
Comic Vine – Deep Gravity #1
Comic Vine – Detective Comics Annual #3
Comic Vine – Five Weapons #10
Comic Vine – Ghostbusters #18
Talking Comics – Hawkeye #19
Comic Vine – Injustice: Year Two #17
Comic Vine – New Avengers #21
Comic Vine – Red Lanterns Annual #1
Comic Vine – Samurai Jack #10
Comic Vine – Sinestro #4
Comic Vine – Ultimate FF #5
Comic Vine – Uncanny X-Men #24
Comic Vine – The Wake #10
Comic Vine – X-O Manowar #27
It’s new comic day! What’s everyone thinking of getting this week when they head to the shop?
Around the Tubes
The Beat – The State of Conventions in 2014 (AKA – The Annual Gripes Turn Up) – A good read.
The Beat – SDCC ’14: Fashioning a Response to Cosplay Harassment – A very good read as well. Especially in light of recent horrific events.
ICv2 – Father Gabriel Joins ‘The Walking Dead‘ – Awesome!
GamePolitics – FCC Opens Public Comments On State Laws Banning Municipal Broadband Operations – Comment folks! Internet providers shouldn’t have a monopoly.
The Walking Dead returns for its fifth season on October 12 at 9pm.
Humble Bundle actually has two comic packages running today. Earlier we posted about the IDW/Transformers one, but Skybound is also in on the action with a package packed with comics from The Walking Dead and a few of their other series like Ghosted and Invincible.
Humble Bundle works by having individuals pledge whatever amount they want, split between various things. In this case it’s Humble Bundle, Skybound, and three different charities, Penny Harvest, Rett Syndrome Research Trust, and Indie Cade Foundation. You can give it all to one, just a few, or split among them all.
This has some interesting tiers too. If you pledge $40, you get a t-shirt, and volume 20 of The Walking Dead. For $65, you get a limited edition Negan figure.
The official mobile game of the hit TV show The Walking Dead. From Next Games in collaboration with AMC. Coming early 2015
Check out the San Diego Comic-Con exclusive cover of issue #9 of the Walking Dead Magazine. This issue cover will only be available to fans visiting the Titan booth #5537 at the event. Only a limited number have been printed so fans will have to make their way to the booth to get their copy.
Two words: Daryl Dixon! Yes, fan favorite and this issue’s cover star, Norman Reedus is in the house as he talks us through the dramatic and traumatic events of season four, from losing the prison to saying goodbye to old friends and welcoming new arrivals. Elsewhere, we take a special look at those who haven’t been so lucky at surviving, including how they snuffed it and why. Comic creator and TV show executive producer Robert Kirkman rounds up what else is going on in The Walking Dead universe, from ‘All Out War – Part 2’ to filming season five and everything inbetween. TWDM #9 is packed with exciting new and exclusive content.