The Walking Dead – Bootleg Comic Con Trailer


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Hier das erste Bootleg mit dem Trailer zu The Walking Dead. Besseres Video, wenn’s reinkommt. Schnell anschauen! Auf io9 gibt’s ‘ne Beschreibung des Trailers, der wichtigste Satz dürfte dieser hier sein: „Definitely a lack of blood and guts, but as the showrunners tell it, the footage shown is misleading and cleaned up all because Comic-Con is a family show.“

Nach dem Klick weitere Bootlegs.

(Youtube Direktwalking, danke Haina!)

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  1. Michael

    Sieht aus als könnte es eventuell ein guter trailer sein. Ich esse bis morgen noch mal in ruhe ein gehirn und hoffe das es dann ne offiziele version gibt.

  2. reeft

    soooooooooooo gut

  3. haina

    hier kann man zumindest mehr erkennen:

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  5. Julian

    Kennt ihr noch diese Twilight Trailer Reaction Videos? Genauso sah ich beim Trailer gucken aus.

    Muss dringend wieder bei meinem Comicdealer ein paar TPBs bestellen lassen. hatte bei 6 aufgehört….

  6. Julian

    nicht aufghört sondern pause gemacht….

  7. Renington Steele

    Jeez… wie kann man bei Band 6 aufhören? Geht doch ab Band 8 erst richtig los! ;D

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