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EXCLUSIVE CLIP: “The Walking Dead” Comics to TV Screen Featurette

In this exclusive featurette preview from Anchor Bay’s upcoming Blu-ray release of “The Walking Dead,” the cast and crew of the show discuss how the comic book was often used as a storyboard for the hit AMC series.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_VFY5LMHRHWBE5HXP7YJWEIKQD4 Michael Bryan Walt

    That was a nice little clip. Hope there is a great deal more on the DVD/Blue Ray. Now, as to the commentary of how close the T.V. version of “The Walking Dead” (storyboard wise) is to Kirkman’s comic, well… I would have to say its about 50%, and I may be favoring the show a little bit too much. Is the show good — yes it is. Is the show loyal too the comic — kind of. I don’t mind that Darabont and company have added they’re own side notes/ideas to the series, but at times, these side notes, in my humble opinion, had begun to detract from Mr. Kirkman’s much better told tale of humanities survival in a now undead overran world. The show has given up some very fine moments from the comic (no, I won’t go into these moments here because I’m not up to going into a long post, which this is becoming all ready, sorry), and don’t even get me started on the season final, which was good up to a point — the last twenty minutes come to mind as just out and out sucking ass! I know a lot of folks out there will most likely name me an idiot for commenting on this, but I’m just stating what I consider some disappointment in a T.V. show that I want too be great! A hungry dead fan from day one with Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead” in 1968 when I lucked out and me and my dad went and seen it at the local movie house. I was nine that year. Yes, I know, some of you will think I’m an ol’ fuck). I’ll end here. So, in parting, if anyone would like to rant at me, I’m on Facebook. Thanks for reading.