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The Walking Dead

  1. Robert Kirkman Comments on Rumors That The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon Might Be Gay

    What? WHAT? YES PLEASE

    Daryl Dixon is the ruggedly-pretty-boy darling of The Walking Dead, but he hasn't actually gotten a whole lot in the way of romantic or sexual attention in the show itself. According to Robert Kirkman, that's intentional. Oh my Zombie-God, does that mean we might get a non-hetero Daryl?

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  2. The Comic Industry Just Had The Best Sales Month In Recorded History. You Can Thank Rocket Raccoon.

    *pets head*

    I've talked often about how successful comic book movies don't necessarily get new readers into comic shops (and don't really try to) but it seems that just this once, it's happened. People freaking love a potty-mouthed raccoon a whole lot.

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  3. Someone Fixed the The Walking Dead “Screwing with the Wrong People” Finale Scene

    F*** yeah.

    That line of dialogue in the The Walking Dead season finale needed some screwing with.

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  4. Speaking of Walkers: A Study of the Slang Our Heroes Call Their Villains

    Walker, Geek, Lamebrain, or Biter?

    Firefly had Reavers, Lost had the Others, Terra Nova had Sixers, V had Visitors, The 100 has Grounders, and Falling Skies has Skitters/Cooties. Slang terms for the enemy probably go back to the time of cave paintings, when early humans painted their enemies with vestigial tails. Television has no shortage of this brand of slang.

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  5. San Diego Comic-Con 2014: While You Were Sleeping, Part 3

    Future tip: Be very polite to any and all Spider-Mans.

    We know that reading about goings-on at Comic-Con after the fact isn't as good as being there in person, but think of it this way: You're at home. You're in your pajamas. And there are no lines. Join us now as we catch up on some newsy morsels, including a new Outlander trailer, the logo for the Warcraft movie, and some tidbits about Agent Carter.

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  6. The Walking Dead Season 5 Trailer Is Here!

    They're screwing with the wrong people.

    I'm not gonna lie to you, Internet: I wasn't enamored with all of last season of The Walking Dead, particularly the rape-threat-filled finale. But now that the gang's all back together (complete with my new favorite weirdo, Eugene, whom I've affectionately taken to calling "Doctor Mullet") and ready to mess up some cannibals in this new trailer from Comic-Con, I'm feeling cautiously optimistic. I mean, Rick Grimes didn't annoy me once in those whole three minutes!

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  7. Carol and Tyreese Face Zombie Peril In Short New Clip From Season 5 of The Walking Dead

    With bonus Judith.

    This clip doesn't show us a whole heck of a lot—There are zombies! And they want to eat people!—but it's still nice to see Carol. I stopped watching The Walking Dead after season three, but my love of her moves ever forward. Here's hoping when season five comes back in October, she uses her Understated Badass powers to hypnotize the zombies and rule over them as their queen.

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  8. Official: The Next Episode in Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead Is Coming Out This Month

    BRAAAAAINNSSS

    According to Telltale Games director of PR Job Stauffer, we can expect Season 2: Episode 4 of The Walking Dead's video game this month.

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  9. 10 Father’s Day Cards For Your Favorite Video Game Dads

    Or least-favorite, depending on your threshold for bad parenting.

    I got the gaming bug from my dad, who used to sit three-year-old me on his lap while he played Myst and Doom - which, in hindsight, may not have been the best plan, but hey. So what better way to celebrate Father's Day than with a collection of cards (lovingly made by myself and my fellow Weekend Editor, Becky Chambers) dedicated to our fave, most-devoted in-game dads?

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  10. Thoughts On The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us, And Morality Systems (Or A Lack Thereof)

    Essay

    The past six weeks have been crazy. Faced with a mountain of freelance deadlines, I arranged for some time off from writing game stuff, so as to preserve as many sanity points as possible. It wasn’t ideal, but as I wasn’t anticipating any big game releases beyond Transistor (review here), I figured I was safe to bow out for a little bit. Murphy’s Law being what it is, this naturally meant that new episodes of The Walking Dead: Season Two and The Wolf Among Us were released in May. After I finished shaking my fist at the sky and shouting “TELLTALE!”, I concluded that I’d just have to review them once things were back to normal. But by now, there are lots of reviews out there, and my two cents feel a bit stale. Instead, I’m going pick apart something both games have left me thinking about: what is it that makes the moral decisions in these two hit so hard?

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