The Talking Dead #84: “Comedic Terrorism”

Jason and I are back with episode #84 of The Talking Dead. After rambling on about Dexter and my crappy movie-going-experience for a while, we finally get into The Walking Dead News, and a solid listener feedback segment. Thanks for tuning in everybody!


  • The Walking Dead: The Haunted House
  • The Walking Dead Emmy Nominations
  • Sarah Wayne Callies says Lori has to die
  • Three injured when a tree falls on The Walking Dead set
  • AMC unleashes zombies on New York City

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5 comments on The Talking Dead #84: “Comedic Terrorism”

  1. tim says:

    Hershel could die in his sleep from old age and turn into a walker. Lorie and Beth might have to kill him.

  2. Forrest says:

    I stumbled on this zombie pc game called Day Z (day zee/zed lol) while listening to this weeks podcast.I haven’t played it yet but it looks pretty cool. Heres a gameplay video of it

    it looks like it might be up your alley

  3. Mike says:

    Looks as if someone realized the ‘armed’ walkers that were mentioned in the viewer feedback portion. In the TP #4 that I have, the panel where Michonne is kneeling by them they appear to not have arms. Would be interesting to find out which versions have them and which ones don’t.

    1. Jason says:

      I’m with Mike on this one. I’m not seeing a continuity error at all. The zombies have no arms after she cts thee heads off. Perhaps it’s in the indivdual issue and not the Volume #4.

    2. Jason says:

      I took a look at the individual issue and the arms are totally there.

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