The Walking Dead TV show has long been one of my great frustrations. It’s a show with infinite potential that goes out of it’s way to line up with it’s comic counterpart while at the same time doing everything it can to be different. This causes it to be something of a fractured show. Some episodes blow viewers out of the water with action and excitement and others feel tedious and boring, filled with talking and fighting the deadliest of foes: a cold.
What usually happens is I bitch and moan during the entire season (or half-season as it were) and then the finale (or mid-season finale) is so great that I’m sucked right back in.
I have to say though, for the first time, this past mid-season finale didn’t really do that. So maybe the cycle is broken?
Today’s page comes to us from the one and only Ali Thome:
Ali R. Thome, currently occupying space in Pennsylvania, started her art career as a caricature artist 3 years ago. In the past year she has quickly expanded her enterprise into illustration and more recently, the world of comics. Most of her work thus far has been done privately through commission work, but lately she has made a name for herself in the caricature world through her work at the International Society of Caricature Artist Convention. Lately her focus has shifted to illustration and comics working with Right After Then Design on their projects as well as tackling personal comic endeavours.
Have a great one, my friends! Also, as of today I’m off on what I’m told is a “vacation.” Production will be continuing over the holidays though, with sohmer himself doing the blogging so be sure and check in!
Until we speak next, have a wonderful holiday, thank you for everything you’ve given us in 2013 and get ready to have some laughs in 2014!
Yours in Spider-Man,