The Governor speaks to his new crew, trying to talk them into storming the prison. He says it is for survival, that if they stay there they will die, that the prison is safe, and that the people who currently occupy the prison are no good. “We can do it without firing a shot,” he tells them, “but we must be willing to kill if necessary.”
The Walking Dead
If there is ever a time to be warm and cozy, it is during the zombie apocalypse.
Over the objections of several in his crew, Martinez invites the Governor and his new family to join their camp. The two rules: Martinez is in charge, and they don’t allow dead weight. Everyone has a job.
We go back to see what the Governor has been up to since last season’s massacre, in what is the most depressing “What I did on my summer vacation” project ever.
WebUndies has just launched a snazzy new pair of officially licensed Walking Dead footed pajamas, which instantly transform you into a beat up and bloodied walker.
These stylized horror movie posters are slick, unique and retro-cool. Check out some samples, including Universal Monsters, 8-bit horrors and more!
New comic book Wednesday has come and gone. The dust at your local comic shop has settled. An eerie silence descends as you finish reading your last superhero book of the week. Now it's time for something a little more sinister. Welcome to Bagged and Boarded: comic reviews of the sick, spooky, twisted and terrifying!
The sick are getting sicker and the fence is getting weaker… it all comes to a head tonight.
With Daryl’s crew still not back yet, Rick takes Carol on a supply run to the suburbs. The ride is tense, and Carol tries to break the ice by explaining why she felt killing Karen and David was the right thing to do: it was a quick death, better than them drowning in their own blood; she had to try to save lives. Rick says nothing.
Remember the days when Halloween costumes consisted of little more than an ill-fitting plastic mask and a very flammable plastic smock?