11 thoughts on “Comic Story of the Week (Sunday, 8-29-10) Baltimore Comic Con & More!”

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  1. jdude907 says:

    @Wolverine121496 Okay, but if you’re going to say you disagree with
    someone, it’s kinda important to give a reason. Otherwise, you just come
    across as a troll.

  2. jdude907 says:

    @Wolverine121496 …Can you be less vague?

  3. VsxFedora says:

    @jdude907 oh… I knew that, but I comented before I realized that it was a
    show. The show will die quickly or be unsuccessful. There just isn’t enough
    comic fans aware of it, and to non-readers, it’s just more zombie shit.
    Clichèd zombies, shotguns, and violence :/

  4. drax333 says:

    Baltimore Comic Con always gets shafted in the celebrity and news
    department but it’s still a rather well organized little convention. It’s
    quite refreshing, for me anyway, to just get back to basics after all the
    noise and flash that goes along with some of the bigger shows like Wizard

  5. jdude907 says:

    @Wolverine121496 Why’s that?

  6. jdude907 says:

    @Wolverine121496 …Can you be less vague?

  7. Wolverfragdude907 says:

    @Wolverine121496 bub Kick Ass wasn’t th’ best but he’s done better things.
    Enemy of the State, Nemesis, etc

  8. VsxFedora says:

    Great… ANOTHER zombie movie. Not that THAT genre’s been done to death

  9. jdude907 says:

    @VsxFedora If the drama is done anywhere near as well as in the comic, it
    should reach cult status pretty quick, and might spread by word of mouth.
    Hell, a few dozen issues into the comic, it becomes so character driven
    that they barely show any zombies. You really owe it to yourself to go out
    and buy the trade paperbacks!

  10. jdude907 says:

    @VsxFedora 1. It’s a TV show. 2. It’s adapted from one of the BEST COMICS

  11. Christopher Hager says:

    damn right it was fun

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