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Fan Made Walking Dead Intro

November 1st, 2010 by skippy

This actually is pretty damn good.

THE WALKING DEAD “Opening Titles” from Daniel Kanemoto on Vimeo.

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6 Responses to “Fan Made Walking Dead Intro”

  1. jmireles Says:

    I had the premier set to record, so that I could use all that free child labor to load up on candy. This afternoon, the wifey and I got the chance to sit and watch it. I know what I’ll be doin every Sunday night. That rocked. Sucks what happened to the horse though.


  2. MAJ Mac Says:

    Hey Skip and gang! I haven’t posted in a while. Been awfully busy, but had to check in after watching Walking Dead. I have to agree. Walking Dead was pretty good. Too bad we have to wait a week between episodes. I noted a couple of rules to live by in the coming zombie apocalypse that I don’t recall seeing before. 1. If at all possible, don’t make a wheel gun (revolver) your primary weapon. You’ll only have six rounds at best and reloading a revolver under extreme stress is difficult. 2. When entering the corral to catch a strange horse for transportation, don’t leave the gate open behind you. The damn thing will simply run right past you and out the gate, never to be seen again. As a matter of fact, I’ve had a familiar horse do it too. Bastard! But that is another story for another day.


  3. That Guy Says:

    I almost expected to see the show roll after that! Amazing! It looks like my Sunday nights’ll be booked for a while.

    I did notice one funny thing though. Since when does a power outage cause a wall mounted clock to fail. See the scene where the main character wakes up in the hospital.


    Catbunny reply on November 2nd, 2010 1:32 am:

    There are such things as wall mounted clocks that are not battery powered.


    Courtney reply on November 2nd, 2010 11:29 am:

    In fact, in hospitals and schools the wall mounted clocks are usually powered, since janitors have other things on their minds than changing batteries.


    David reply on November 2nd, 2010 12:18 pm:

    Unless you’re in an AF hospital, in which case the duty of changing the batteries on the wall-mounted clocks falls on the lowest ranking enlisted in that section, but in reality is handled by a senior NCO.

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