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Badass Michonne Barbie Is Badass

Peewee Parker on Flickr crafts dozens of fashion dolls of all shades, but this one is perhaps the most dangerous. Check out a another shot of it here.

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The Walking Dead’s Michonne On What The Midseason Finale Means For Her Character Development

AMC’s The Walking Dead returns with the second half of Season 4 on February 9. But how’s Michonne doing these days after, well, you know? Here what Danai Gurira has to offer up about the second half of the season. 


Great Hera!

Disney Characters Dressed Up As Other Characters for Halloween, Take Three

Artist Isaiah K Stephens’ previous sets of Disney characters dressed up as other fictional characters are great and all (Mulan as Xena!), but they didn’t have Meg from Hercules dressed as Catwoman. Hey, we’re all allowed to be biased toward our favorite Disney princesses.


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Our Favorite Memes You Created For Season Four Of The Walking Dead

We asked you to create The Walking Dead memes and you answered. We chose a few of our favorites from our special meme generator, check them out after the jump!



The First Clip From The Walking Dead‘s Fourth Season Gives Us Michonne Vs Zombies [VIDEO]

Man, the Walking Dead marketing department really knows what we want to see, huh? Granted, this short clip doesn’t show the zombies meet their bloody end, but I think we all know that’s what’s going to happen.

Also: Horse!

Also also: I’m torn between suggesting Michonne cut her hair if it’s that easy for zombies to grab it and freaking out at the very idea of Michonne cutting her hair. No. Just… no. Maybe she can invest in a hat.

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Michonne: “Look At Your Zombie Killer. Now Back At Me. Sadly, He Isn’t Me. I’m On a Horse.”

This new promo picture from season four of The Walking Dead, like the first poster we saw, has Michonne on a horse. Oh, and the horse is named Flame. There’s really not much else I can say about that: My brain has collapsed from awesome. Take it away, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd:

“With gas at a premium, with the fact that vehicles break down, I think we would return to the days of horseback riding and you can graze them as you go in a place like Georgia. You don’t have to carry food for them. They feed themselves, so to speak. It goes along with the new approach this season of sustainability. With a horse, you can go through the woods. You can get around obstacles. You can’t do that in a vehicle. If a tree falls and blocks the road, you can’t go through the forest. You’re not going to make it through. It’s actually much more of a useful choice. Not only that, but Michonne looks so badass on it.”

Tell us about it.

(Entertainment Weekly via SuperHeroHype; photo by Gene Page/AMC)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Jedi Michonne Gets a Weapons Upgrade To Fight Zombie Stormtroopers

This poster by PJ McQuade of Michonne, Jedi bounty hunter, is on sale at McQuade’s Etsy shop, so that you can contemplate Michonne in all her intimidating, double-lightsaber wielding power and wish there were really a comic book to explain to you how the stormtrooper-zombie outbreak began.



First Poster for Season Four of The Walking Dead Has Michonne On a Horse, Some Other Stuff

You can check out the whole thing under the cut. Daryl is awesome, as always. Rick is gazing into the middle distance in a steely fashion. Tyrese has his hammer.

But I really feel like we needed to highlight Michonne BAMFing it up on that horse. I’m sure you understand.



What Difference Do Words Make?

Warning: This article will contain spoilers for The Walking Dead comic book and the television show as well as references to adult themes.

Do you pay attention to adverbs, adjectives, or verbs in what you read? They’re just words, right? Except that they can be used to frame a narrative in a certain way. I was struck by this doing research for a Walking Dead-related short story contest. I decided to give words to a woman who has been mostly denied them on the show, Michonne. Given that my Walking Dead compendium will arrive soon and I’ve faithfully followed the show, I thought I could safely take a peek at her Wikipedia page. The character arcs vary widely between the two mediums (which I was expecting) but I came across something else that was intriguing-the language used to describe her story.


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Michonne And Zombeyonce’s Single Ladies

From CBR’s The Line it is Drawn, by artist Marco D’Alfonso.

(via Comic Book Resources)

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