The Walking Dead is one of the most popular shows on cable TV today, appealing to both genre fans and non-genre fans. It’s got great characters and tension for those who aren’t into gore, and zombie violence for those who are. The show is currently filming its third season (which you can get a glimpse of here) but fans might want to circle the next two Fridays on their calendar too.
Next Friday is the huge San Diego Comic-Con Hall H panel and this Friday (as in tomorrow) Mark Englert is going to release this limited edition poster. It is called “This Is My Farm…I’ll Die Here,” inspired by the show’s second season.
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Not only was the reveal for the latest Breaking Bad poster across the Atlantic, the poster it begat takes place in a foreign country too. Rich Kelly‘s Mexican Shootout shows a glimpse at one of the most action packed scenes in the history of the hit AMC show and, after the jump, you can read about the reveal and see the full image. It’s glorious. Read More »
If I asked what single location represents Breaking Bad more than any other, you might say “meth lab.” But the real answer is Los Pollos Hermanos, the chain chicken restaurant run by Gus Fring. It has not only succulent meats, but also illegal treats in the form of meth created by Walt and Jesse. Plus its suburban, happy exterior is the perfect juxtaposition to the horror that happens behind closed doors.
Los Pollos Hermanos is the subject of the next poster in the Breaking Bad Art Project and was done by Jessica Deahl. Check it out below. Read More »
As much as Walter White is the heart and soul of AMC’s Breaking Bad, his partner Jesse Pinkman is the moral compass. He may be a drug dealer turned junkie who now is a master drug manufacturer but Pinkman’s good hearted nature and his clashes with Walt’s sensibilities are what drive the show forward.
The character, so expertly played by Aaron Paul, is the subject of the latest piece of art in the Breaking Bad Art Project. The Rise and Fall of Jesse Pinkman by Rhys Cooper is incredibly cool. Check it out below. Read More »
Whether or not you watch AMC’s Breaking Bad, you’ve likely heard of Walt and Jesse, the two main characters brilliantly portrayed by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. As good as they are, though, they aren’t what make the show so great. It’s the side characters: Gus Fring portrayed by Giancarlo Esposito, Hector Salamanca played by Mark Margolis and, Saul Goodman played by Bob Odenkirk.
It was probably thought of as odd choice when show creator Vince Gilligan cast the man best known for Mr. Show as Breaking Bad‘s scumbag lawyer. Yet Odenkirk’s sense of humor has elevated the character to not only a true fan favorite, but one of the most different and surprising characters on TV today.
The fifth piece of art in the Breaking Bad Art Project is a tribute to Saul Goodman done by Chris DeLorenzo. Check it out below. Read More »
While the last three pieces from the Breaking Bad Art Project have all been distinctly from the series, the fourth one by Justin Santora can stand on its own. Unless you are really a fan of the hit AMC show, you’d be hard pressed to guess what the image you’re looking at is. Fans, of course, know it’s Walt in his backyard looking at Wayfarer 515 and we know how he, Jesse and the gang were tied into its fate. Check out the image below. Read More »
Like many great dramas in television history, each season of Breaking Bad has left audiences with their jaws on the floor and questions on their mind. This past year, season four, was no different and fans have been waiting since October to see the results of those chilling last few minutes. The wait is almost over.
AMC just revealed that the fifth and final season of Breaking Bad will begin July 15. The sixteen episode season will be split in two: Eight episodes will air this year and then we’ll have to wait a whole other year, Summer 2013, for the final eight. Talk about your good news, bad news scenario.
There’s more after the jump including clearly marked spoiler-filled speculation. Read More »
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If you aren’t totally caught up with AMC’s Breaking Bad, I urge you not to check out the latest piece of art from the Breaking Bad Art Project. It’s of a major, major spoiler concerning that happens in the latest season’s finale. However, if you are caught up, I’m sure you have an idea exactly what awaits you below if I say it concerns Gus (Giancarlo Esposito). The above image is just a small, non-spoiler, sliver.
The Breaking Bad Art Project is a viral campaign that’s revealing one piece of art per week leading up to this summer’s final season premiere of Breaking Bad. This third poster is by relative newcomer Anthony Petrie, who just so happened to do my favorite piece in the recent Avengers Assemble art show as well. He’s one to watch, as is this show. Check out the poster below. Read More »