Trying to keep the spoilers light to non-existent, but be warned.
If you read my analysis of last week’s episode, then you’ll understand that I’m dreading this episode. In order to deal with that dread, I’m going to go into watching this with as much gallows humor as I possibly can. It’s my way of dealing with my denial about how the episode is going to end.
A pressure group are worried about the amount of time police in north Wales spend investigating the paranormal. The Tax Payers’ Alliance ignore complaints about demonic red dragons and cannibal killers but note that the police have been called 57 times over a five year period to deal with witches, ghosts, zombies,…
ETA; mostly SFW, but he does drop a “fuck” at the the beginning of the video.
Based on the classic tale from Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies tells the story of five unmarried sisters pining for the attention and affection of a rich bachelor in 19th Century England. Some of the daughters have difficulty adapting to society’s rigid structure and strict etiquette requirements.
I have no connections to Hollywood. I could not find out where to send my Pitches for films where they would actually be considered. So this gem has been laying on my computer gathering digital dust for quite some time.
Bob Z's OK Cupid Profile (2014)
Technique: Digital Illustration (iPad + Sketch Club)
The Doctor is back for the first time! But he brought a bunch of in-jokes with him. Is an overabundance of fan service a good thing for a show purportedly going in a new direction? Spoilers!
How did I not know about this???
The United States military has a plan to help defend you from the zombie apocalypse. It's a real plan, made by real military personnel, using real taxpayer's money.
We've finally gotten around to watching this week's episode of Lost Girl (the one with zombies) and WinnieTheWoot and I got inspired.
Thankfully, there's a University for that:
Walking Dead has become a giant success that is almost universally loved by people, almost.
It' s a Walking Dead-themed session of Dr. Sketchy's!
With this country heading towards a socialized system of government, in which officials don’t want you to think or focus on what is important for your own personal growth, I’m sure they’re more than happy to let you obsess over something as stupid as zombies.
So I was at the store a bit ago with the Cutie and went to the workout stuff aisle to buy some more Cliff bars when I saw this!
I like The Walking Dead, the TV show. Before that, there was a comic book that I did not read, so I'm not the expert or anything. It confuses me a bit.