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Mark Your Calenders

August 24th, 2010 by skippy

Set your Tivos and other lesser DVRs now.  Seriously.  Right fucking now.  Cancel all of your other plans on Halloween. Watch this. make sure all of your your friends are watching it too. Do not let this show get taken out like Firefly did.

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22 Responses to “Mark Your Calenders”

  1. Billy Says:

    That looks awsome, now I need to make sure I find a way to record it and watch it.


  2. Schwal Says:

    This is based on a very popular comic book series.
    Also, AMC has yet to cancel a show. At all. Period. ZERO.
    Plus, this looks totally awesome.


  3. no effect Says:

    “the video can not be viewed form your current country”
    damn it skippy now I want to know what i am missing out on again :(


    skippy reply on August 25th, 2010 12:12 am:



    no effect reply on August 25th, 2010 1:12 am:

    ok now i will have to watch this
    thnks skippy


  4. Twan Says:

    I was disappointed that he woke up in the hospital, somehow untouched, just like Jim in 28 Days Later.

    Also, a thought: there should be a zombie movie about how the zombies spread and how society copes or crumbles under their weight. Diary of the Dead occured in that timeframe, but didn’t dwell on that topic at all.


    chinchillapants reply on August 25th, 2010 1:28 pm:

    World War Z (its a book) talks about that and i think they are *trying* to make it into a movie


    Tzanti reply on September 4th, 2010 4:08 am:

    The hospital start is a staple of the cosy-catastrophe genre. Day of the Triffids for example.


    AFP reply on September 4th, 2010 4:39 am:

    Or, for a video game example, System Shock. Though in that case, you never even get out of your medical suite before being attacked by the baddies.


  5. Jim A. Says:

    So the Brits invaded Atlanta? (Chieftain tank visible in the background) I just wish that we got AMC in high def. Once you’re spoiled it’s distracting to watch in SD.


    AFP reply on August 31st, 2010 11:00 am:

    They coulda maybe been in the US for some joint-ops training stuff.

    Or yeah, the Redcoats invaded the US, and sent ahead blankets soaked in 245-Trioxin. That would also actually be awesome for a plot.


  6. Tim Covington Says:

    To bad it is on a Sunday night. If it wasn’t, we could have a watching part.


  7. Tyler Says:

    It’s about damn time they made a good tv series about zombies.


  8. Susan Says:

    Thank goodness I just upgraded to digital cable, that includes AMC!


  9. ShuttleZ Says:

    Oh. Hell. Yes! I heard about this over a year ago and have been waiting for it! Fingers crossed they DON’T do a “Firefly” to it.

    Can’t wait!


  10. LoC Says:

    I’ve actually been meaning to pick up that comic forever. Man, I hope the show will be available online!


  11. oneluckyduck Says:

    I love how it’s this hardcore, zombie death killing THING…and then the cheerful music comes on!
    This thing looks great, I’m gonna look and see if we have AMC on our TV.
    P.S. xkcd-the webcomic-did a strip about zombies. I really think someone should make it into a movie.


  12. Erin Says:

    Lennie James is in the first episode, at least, so it is awesome just by association.

    If you want to know how the zombie virus got started, The Oatmeal sums it up wonderfully:



  13. Chuck Says:

    The novels are awesome! And the ‘teaser’ looks to follow the story ‘dead-on’!


  14. Andrew McColl Says:

    I think this will work a little better for your overseas readership.



  15. AFP Says:

    Was anybody else watching the zombies swarm all over the tank and hoping we’d hear that big engine come to life?


  16. Nathan Boone Says:

    That was AWESOME!!! I think I’ll call in sick to work so I can watch.


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