Hey, everybody! If you remember, I put out an article telling everyone about the SDCC exclusive pop doll that was being sold. Remember how cute it was? Well, New York’s own Comic Con is getting a Liv Moore exclusive figure as well. And I have to say guys, I am loving this one so much more:
As a self-proclaimed “nerd”, it’s probably not in my best interest to admit I don’t often read comics. I often enjoy live actions versions of comic books and then read about the stories to understand what any TV show or movie I’m watching. I know, I’m a terrible fan. So, I knew iZombie was based off a comic. I had seen the artwork and have done my own background research, even prior to my employment at iZombie Support Group.
When I finally got my hands on the iZombie comic, I was excited because the show has pretty much risen up the list to my favorite show currently airing on TV. I wasn’t prepared, though; for how much I would actually enjoy our show’s origins.
Now listen up my fellow Zoms, this article is not meant to send you into “full on Zombie mode” It’s quite possible we are wrong and if we’re not, it’s quite possible that everything will work out. Regardless, we feel it is our duty to keep our shambling comrades informed of certain things that are going down so they are not too surprised if it does happen. Continue reading
It was July 22, 2016. It was San Diego Comic Con. iZombie fans began to crawl out of their hibernation. iZombie Podcast even posted a new bonus episode after their own hiatus. It was a good day to be a Zom and all because it was iZombie’s turn at SDCC during their four day weekend.
SDCC is the nation’s biggest convention next to New York Comic Con and it’s the one where every celebrity shows up to. That included Team Z (except Robert Buckley). In the days preceding, our social media outlets were filled with pictures from the cast of them traveling (mostly by air) and even the news that poor Rahul (Ravi) missed his original flight due to oversleeping.
It was very obvious this year that our small little zombie show has gained quite a following. Having observed what was going on via Twitter, the cast was met with positivity and welcoming kindness. They started by appearing Thursday night at the MTV Fandom Awards, to a cheering crowd.
Get ready for a good one, Zoms! I sat down to chat with the actor behind one of my favorite season 2 characters: Andre Tricoteux. Andre plays Chief: Blaine’s silent bodyguard at Shady Plots (funeral home). Appearing for about a second in the first episode of season 2, his character shows up more and more as the episodes progress; as well as developing with each time we see him on screen.
Unfortunately, Chief (*SPOILER*) does meet a tragic end in season 2’s finale, but Andre was nice enough to chat with me about his time on iZombie.
It’s a great week to be a zombie! Well…an iZombie fan, at least! Even though we have to wait until midseason to get season three of our favorite show, season two is now available on both Blu Ray & DVD!
You can buy both S1 &S2 on Amazon!
The other great news is that season 3 will start filming on July 25th! That’s just a little over a week away. We’ve already seen the actors tweeting pictures of each other in preparation, so you know we’re going to get some yummy behind-the-scenes shots along the way. Continue reading
One of the great things about the show iZombie, is its savvy knowledge of current pop culture. It lives in the now and gladly embraces the idea of fandoms Every week, we Zoms watch closely to catch all the little Easter Eggs perfectly placed for us. In this article, I thought it would be fun to list the top 5 (in my opinion) pop references mentioned in our “lighthearted” zombie show.