Live action TV series or mini series or webisodes, in that order. Walking Dead is sooooo slow, we could use another zombie show. Seriously, how much character development do you need?
Soo...I dont see this going over well. i have another idea to toss out..lets say you could buy it off itunes a day early...or wait and get it free the next day off of zombiepodcast...that way..if you just cant afford it...you dont have to worry about it. I doubt WA would want to do that to use at this point in time anyway...nobody would be forced to pay for it, and they would definitely make some cash from us impatient peoples! I better just shut up b4 KC tells me to himself! I am not trying to get people to spend $ they dont have...and I am certainly NOt trying to open a discussion of demands for the We're Alive crew...My only intention is to keep it worthwhile to them and lessen some of the stress from trying to raise $.
Does anybody know what the final bid was for the part in We're Alive? (fundraiser on Ebay to help them afford to attend the Audie awards.)
Well I think that is prolly why WA is free...to do it well and get ppl to love it. I believe it has to be something a movie director wants to make a film of...if they themselves went out and made it, without a movie making professional it would probably disappoint you. It costs a lot of money to make a good movie. Walking Dead is about to pick up...promise.
I hope W.A. never finds commercialization in film or TV. That's not to say I wouldn't want to see the show enjoy a larger piece of the pie and broaden its fan base, it's simply that a network or studio would wrestle creative control away from the series creators--as they do with everything good--and turn it to dreck. That would be heartbreaking. Walking Dead is a prime example of butchering an art form in favour of commercial success.
Well theirs always kickstarter.
So, I too am anxiously awaiting Chapter 29. Does anyone know what it is titled?
The oversimplified Nut Shell version: This bacteria is actively hostile to other bacteria but harmless to humans. Thus, getting infected with it was actually beneficial.
That said, it is not that big of a stretch of the imagination to conceive of a bacteriological agent that causes zombification and is hostile to other bacteria... and all other life apparently. This is a possible explanation for the lack of/extremely slowed decomposition in the bodies.
Here is some more scary crap that is going on in the real world that lends credence to bacteriological takeover:
Ice Sheets melting due to Climate Change, releasing 750,000 year old bacteria back into the wild:
Drug-Resistant Bacteria Found in 4-Million-Year-Old Cave
250-million-year-old bacteria revived in lab
Ancient bacteria brought back to life These guys have have revived more than 1,000 types of bacteria and microorganisms - some dating back as far as 135 million years ago, during the age of the dinosaurs.
"I've got tons of great ideas. Trouble is, most of 'em suck." George Carlin
"I've got the guns, the radio and the water for the Zombie Apocalypse, but you gotta have a yo-yo." Chris Boden
I saw this story recently and was immediately reminded of some of the speculation in this thread. With what we learned in Chapter 29I'm increasingly liking the idea of some ancient virus/bacteria being released by geologic activity. I'm even more intrigued by this theory after reading that article.
Last edited by Kram; May 24th, 2012 at 06:01 PM.