Where It All Began For The Walking Dead – Daily LITG 16th July 2021

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Where It All Began For The Walking Dead in the Daily LITG, 16th July 2021

the walking dead

The world keeps turning, and America is beginning to heal from all the burns. Even if a few scabs need pulling off first.

  1. The Walking Dead: Origins Tells Daryl, Carol, Maggie & Negan's Tales
  2. Better Call Saul: Thomas Schnauz Shares Season 6 Production Update
  3. Transformers Shattered Glass Jetfire Chooses His Path With Hasbro
  4. Andrea's Return To The Walking Dead? (Spoilers)
  5. Funko FunKon Day 3 – MOTU, Harry Potter, DC Comics, and More
  6. War Of Words Breaks Out Between Rob Liefeld And Big Apple Comic Con
  7. The Munsters: Rob Zombie Shares Look At Some Costume Designs
  8. Magneto Killed The Scarlet Witch – Or Was It Mystique?
  9. Funko FunKon Day 2 Reveals – Suicide Squad, Cap Wolf, and More
  10. DC Publishes 12 Wonder Woman Comics In October For 80th Anniversary

ICYMI: more you may prefer from yesterday.

In case you fancied more LITG about comic books.

LITG one year ago, Vampirella, Dark Ages, Supernatural

As well as Vampirella and Marvel's new Dark Ages, there was plenty of Supernatural mischief, there was plenty of pre-San Diego merchandise news even though there was no San Diego.

  1. Christopher Priest's Writers Commentary, Justifying Vampirella #10
  2. Marvel's Dark Ages Is a High-Concept Non-Canon Thriller Like DCeased
  3. Supernatural: Richard Speight, Jr. Engages in Jared Padalecki Mischief
  4. WWE Raw Scores Lowest Ever Viewership, a Number That Doesn't Matter
  5. Giant-Size X-Men: Magneto #1 is 50 Cents of Comic in a $5 Bag [XH]
  6. 15 New Images from Wonder Woman 1984 from Recently Released Books
  7. X-Men Free Comic Book Day Suggests Sunset Of X to Follow Dawn Of X
  8. Rorschach: Tom King and Jorge Fornés Create New Watchmen Comic
  9. Transforming The Batman Who Laughs in Death Metal #2 (Spoilers)
  10. Putting Politics Back Into Superhero Comics Before Justice League #50

LITG two years ago.

It was coming up to San Diego Comic-Con and everything was ablaze…

  1. CBR, and a Little Weekend Cosplay Shaming
  2. IDW Pulls Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #95 From SDCC to Avoid Stampedes as eBay Sales go Mental
  3. "American Horror Story: 1984" – Cast's Totally Radical Reaction [VIDEO]
  4. Five McDonalds Menu Items The Comics Media Doesn't Want You to Know About
  5. Ed Boon Shows Off Nightwolf Properly In First "Mortal Kombat 11" Reveal
  6. Speculator Corner: There's Something About Captain Marvel #8…

Comic Book birthdays today

There may not be much of a party atmosphere right now. It all depends on which state you are living in. But comic folk are still getting older and still celebrating that special date with twelve years for us as well.

  • Chad Woody, underground comix creator.
  • Bryan Sharp, Counterpoint Comics editor
  • Michael Dorman, artist on Santa Claus Private Eye.
  • Eddy Newell, artist on Black Lightning, Green Hornet.
  • Diego Escalada, creator of the Expanded Comics app.
  • Francisco Javier Rodriguez, comic book colourist.

If you are in comics and have a birthday coming up – or you know someone who has – get in touch at richjohnston@bleedingcool.com.

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Rich JohnstonAbout Rich Johnston

Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
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