I love The Walking Dead. I love the TV show. I love the comic books. I love the books. If it’s The Walking Dead, I love it. What attracts me to The Walking Dead is the story of survival. What would I do if there was an apocalypse. How would I act? What happens to society? Not to mention all the “walkers”. I love those too. And this is where I’m starting to have problems with the latest issues of The Walking Dead. Where in the heck are the walkers?! I’m getting tired of the “war” between Rick and Negan. Bring back the walkers!
I read a story in Comic Alliance that really bothered me and although I don’t want to use my blog as a soapbox, I feel like I have to say something about this story. It turns out that people that attended New York Comic Con, when they registered, they were asked if they wanted to “tie” their Twitter account to their NYCC account. Many said yes. As we all know, most of us don’t read the fine print when we click “accept” to anything online. We just press the button. We should read first, but the reality is we don’t. I’m pretty sure that is what NYCC was counting on because some users started seeing “sponsored ads” being posted about NYCC on behalf of them via their own Twitter accounts.
Oh boy! What a great weekend this will be for Walking Dead fans! First, you’ve got issue #115 to read, All Out War Begins!, which, by the way, I will review next week. And this Sunday…The Walking Dead Season 4 premieres on AMC. Make sure you check your local listings for the correct time in your area. In Los Angeles, it airs at 9pm.
Walking Dead fans, get ready for an awesome weekend! Enjoy!
Space, the final frontier… These a the voyages of the Star Ship Enterprise… Its five year mission… To explore strange new worlds… To… Wait wait… Unfortunately, its 5 year mission got cut short by about 2 years before the show got cancelled! As a Star Trek fan (and you know you are on so don’t deny it), did you ever wish there was a 4th year? Well, your wish came true…
Star Trek Year Four Enterprise Experiment is co-written by D.C. Fontana and Derek Chester. As most of you know, D.C. Fontana was one of the great writers of the original Star Trek series who also wrote “The Enterprise Incident” TV episode which aired in 1968. This comic book is the sequel to that TV episode. To get a better understanding of Enterprise Experiment, I highly recommend you watch The Enterprise Incident, which is available on Netflix streaming (at least in the US).