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Just in time for Halloween, your hosts reflect on their favorite monsters…
Ah, going for a supply run on The Walking Dead... That rarely goes well, does it? It certainly was tough, to say the least, in the Season 4 premiere, what with the zombies crashing through the ceiling and all. But still, when you need supplies, you need supplies, and so on this coming Sunday's new episode of The Walking Dead, a group sets out from the prison to a local college - only to run into multiple hurdles. But we'll see if this group's situation is prefferable to what's going on back at the prison, where things are getting worse.
We've got an exclusive image for you from the next episode of The Walking Dead, "Indifference," featuring Michonne on that aforementioned supply run. It certainly looks like something or someone is giving her pause - and not in a good way.
It's that time of year again! Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo kicks off tomorrow at the Los Angeles Convention Center, where fans from all over can turn out for another run at panels, booths, activities and all other manner of pop culture mayhem.
If you haven't already pre-ordered your pass, not to worry! Comikaze's official website is still selling 'em online -- $25 for a one-day pass, $60 for the whole weekend, and kids under 12 enter for free.
The question now is, what's worth checking out this year? Lucky for you, we've picked out five things you definitely won't wanna miss (presented in chronological order, via the official programming schedule)...
George 'Night of the Living Dead' Romero turned down the offer to direct episodes of The Walking Dead, claiming it was was more "soap opera" than zombie TV show.
“They asked me to do a couple of episodes of The Walking Dead but I didn’t want to be a part of it,” Romero told The Big Issue. “Basically it’s just a soap opera with a zombie occasionally. I always used the zombie as a character for satire or a political criticism and I find that missing in what’s happening now.”
Romero is commonly acknowledged to be the 'godfather' of the zombie movie, ushering the horror sub genre into mainstream consciousness through his Night of the Living Dead series.