Dead Weight: Murder at Camp Bloom! There is a mystery that unravels at a weight loss camp in an Oregon forest that sets its campers on edge. This is a great story that unites it’s protagonists to solve a horrific crime that none had ever witnessed before. Graphic novel by Terry Blas and Molly Muldoon and illustrated by Matthew Sealy.

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Beautiful Dead 1 Class Comics Gay Zombie Comic Book Review (2).Movie_Snapshot

Here is the first zombie apocalyptic comic book series from Class Comics. We have two protagonists, one a closeted recluse and another that’s a gay jock. Can they bond and survive together? This first issue is written by Robert Frasier and drawn by Butch Mclogic.

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Just in, the Hollywood Reporter has been given news that Jeffrey Dean Morgan will appear as Rick Grimes ultimate nemesis in the Walking Dead series next year for season 6. Do you remember Jeffrey Dean Morgan? He played the Comedian in the Watchmen movie and he is also the deceased daddy to the Winchester brothers on Supernatural.


If you are unfamiliar as to who the character of Negan is on the Walking Dead, the comic books have him as being Rick’s ultimate nemesis. He causes a very brutal and violent death of one of Rick’s longest companions and is in no way, shape or form any type of character that you feel any sympathy. The TV series made us feel some empathetic for the governor, even though he was still a douchebag in the end.

Michonne Aaron

Many characters that are famous from the comics have become regular characters in the TV series. The badass superherione Michonne (Danai Gurira) is a fan favorite, next to Daryl and Carol of course. Newcomer Aaron (Ross Marquand) who also happens to be one of the first openly gay men introduced into the series, is also another character that made the jump from comic to TV. Although his character has received a lot more hate on the show from bigoted/homophobic audiences, but luckily is still a regular, for now.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan

The TV series has diverged greatly from the comic book, but there have been some elements that have remained in tact. The governor from the comic book series differed greatly from his TV counterpart, but he still had similar motivations and did become a villain of the series. Whether or not Negan will be similar to his comic book counter part is yet to be seen. More than likely, his cursing will be limited to AMC standards and some of his sexual escapades will be down played. Regardless though, comic book fans have been waiting to see this character show up and how him and Rick will interact. Jeffrey Dean Morgan is an excellent choice, and his acting skills have proven that he has what it takes to go for this role. Hopefully he will be written in a way that fans will enjoy/hate him as much as his counterpart.

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God is Dead Vol 2 (3).Movie_Snapshot

Here’s my review on volume 2 of this really fracked up series from Avatar Press. It’s not the weirdest series out there, but it definitely ranks up there. This time, I really do think that the real God is dead in this comic book line.

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What would happen if all of the gods from ancient times returned and decided that they wanted people to worship them again? Well this comic explains exactly what happens in that regard. There is not a lot of mention on the current religious mythologies in society. At least not in this first volume. The next one goes into that area a bit more.

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When I heard that there was going to be a Walking Dead spin off series coming out, I was thinking that we were going to be seeing another story of survivors roaming around, trying to survive. I did not know until recently that it was going to be a Prequel series instead. I’m so ready for this! This little teaser was released, and it looks like everyone will be in denial (as just about everyone would be if this were to happen in real life):