As you read this alert/post, I’m still deep in the Halls Of Javits at the 2018 NY Comic Con. It’s the final day of the event and while I am running on fumes at this point, there are still photos to take and cosplayers to add to our Official Instagram. I’m here to remind you that tonight will begin the 9th season of the AMC networks blockbuster hit of a show “The Walking Dead”. The other day the network shared the first five minutes of the broadcast and I’m adding that down below since I could not address it at the time. Let’s watch.
Yesterday, the 2018 Comic Con International: San Diego (or SDCC) continued into what appears to have been its busiest of days. Resultant of the offerings, we’ve been loading up the assorted sneak peeks and trailers that have been revealed across the conventions four days. If you’ve missed any of them, just click HERE for the rundown of these narratives. On Saturday, The CW Network unveiled its trailers for the DC Universe and some of its other popular shows such as “Riversale” and “Supernatural”. I’ve saved “Supernatural” to be one of my final postings about The CW Network shows since I am not too up on it. Let’s take a look.
Season 13 Recap: Dean and Sam are left reeling from the loss of so many allies and family members and their new responsibility to ‘raise’ Jack, with Sam willing to give the boy a chance while Dean is immediately concerned due to his heritage. In the other world, Lucifer keeps Mary alive as a hostage to trade for his son when he returns home, but finds himself confronted by the alternate Michael, who has killed his Lucifer and won the war. Although Dean becomes increasingly bitter at their recent losses, he gains a new sense of hope when Jack unintentionally brings Castiel back to life, but things become complicated when Men of Letters Arthur Ketch is revealed to have escaped death through a spell he received from Rowena, Ketch taking Castiel and a weakened Lucifer prisoner after Lucifer escapes back into this world when Michael tries to use his grace to create a portal so that he can conquer the other reality.
Jensen Acklesas Dean Winchester
Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester
Katie Cassidy as Ruby
Genevieve Cortese as Ruby
Lauren Cohan as Bela Talbot
Misha Collins as Castiel
Mark A. Sheppard as Crowley
Mark Pellegrino as Lucifer
PiercingMetal Thoughts: I’ll have to admit that I didn’t even watch this trailer since I’d like to begin binge watching the program at some point in the near future. I’ve never seen a single episode which surprises those friends who follow it religiously. These friends ask me what I am waiting for and since I trust their views on such programming I think that I best get a move on that process. I’ve been pretty behind on a lot of my shows based on a healthy concert adventuring process or “Field Work” as it were and still need to see both “Jessica Jones” and “Luke Cage” second seasons as “Iron Fists” return looms in the months ahead. What about you readers? Have you also been following “Supernatural”? How has it managed to keep your interest for so many seasons? Chime in down below as long as you don’t give away any significant plotlines.
As we continue to serve up the trailer reveals from the Comic Con International: San Diego, here is one that everyone is generally very excited about and I am talking about nothing less than AMC’s “The Walking Dead”. This October, we find the survivors facing incredible odds and dramatic changes as they bring us into their world of Season 9. Check it out.
Season 8 (Overview): Rick, Maggie, and Ezekiel rally their communities into war against Negan and the Saviors. Losses are heavy on both sides: many of the Kingdom soldiers are killed, Alexandria falls to a Savior attack, and Carl is bitten by a walker. Before euthanizing himself, Carl convinces Rick to end the war and restart society anew. Negan attempts to wipe out Rick and his allies, but Eugene disrupts his plan and his neck is slit by Rick. Against Maggie’s wishes, Negan is spared and imprisoned, ending the war.
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Well?
Official Series Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Walking_Dead_(TV_series)
Earlier today, I announced that the 8th Season of the AMC Original Series “The Walking Dead” was having its premiere and if you’ve gotten a late start to the say and haven’t seen that yet, just click HERE since I don’t feel like repeating all of that information in this brand-new narrative. So you might be wondering why a second post would go up for a show premiering on the same day and well here is the reason. Tonight’s episode will be the 100th of the series and to celebrate it, Greg Nicotero has offered up a barrage of Homage Posters to classic films from over the years.
Hopefully the trailer that was released during the Comic Con International: San Diego got you all geared up for the new season because the moment is finally here. If you missed the trailer just click on THIS LINK to catch up and then sit down at 9pm (depending on your location) and tune into AMC as “The Walking Dead” returns for Season 8. I’ve added some S7 premise below the intense poster and will close out with some brief thoughts after the casting is recanted.
Season 7 Overview: This season adapts material from issues #100–114 of the comic book series and focuses on the oppressive group of survivors known as the Saviors, led by the vindictive Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Negan uses numbers, power and lethal brutality to coerce Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), his group of survivors, and the Alexandria Safe-Zone to make regular offerings of supplies and weapons for the Saviors. Eventually, Rick and his group seek allies to help them confront Negan, including members of the survivor communities of the Hilltop, the Kingdom, Oceanside, and the Scavengers, who have had their own dealings with Negan and the Saviors. (thanks Wiki). Continue reading Tonight: “The Walking Dead” on AMC (10/22/2017)→