Zombie apocalypse – Combat Arms Blog http://combatarmsblog.com/ Tue, 27 Jul 2021 04:12:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://combatarmsblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon.png Zombie apocalypse – Combat Arms Blog http://combatarmsblog.com/ 32 32 10 small changes that completely ruined the anime adaptation https://combatarmsblog.com/10-small-changes-that-completely-ruined-the-anime-adaptation/ https://combatarmsblog.com/10-small-changes-that-completely-ruined-the-anime-adaptation/#respond Tue, 27 Jul 2021 03:35:28 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/10-small-changes-that-completely-ruined-the-anime-adaptation/ While there have been plenty of anime that have managed to adapt their source material in fantastic ways (some even ending better than the original manga or light novels), there have also been many unsuccessful attempts to tell stories. . RELATED: 5 Best Anime That Stayed Close To The Manga (& 5 Best That Are […]]]>

While there have been plenty of anime that have managed to adapt their source material in fantastic ways (some even ending better than the original manga or light novels), there have also been many unsuccessful attempts to tell stories. .

RELATED: 5 Best Anime That Stayed Close To The Manga (& 5 Best That Are Totally Different)

Sometimes nothing in an anime adaptation seems to go right. But, on the other hand, there are anime adaptations that manage to tick all the boxes … except one. As is so often the case in art, it’s these details that can really make or break a show, and in these cases fans would definitely say they ended up being shattered.

ten Pupa fragmented the story

When adapting the horror manga Pupa, which tells the disturbing story of a brother and sister infected with a disease that transforms their relationship and their humanity, the creators had the perfect opportunity to create a truly terrifying horror anime.

To say they failed would be an understatement. Pupa is the lowest-rated TV horror anime of all time, according to MyAnimeList. Its problems all stem from the bewildering choice of adapting it into short four-minute episodes. This approach really only works for short gag manga, and it ended up disrupting the original rhythm while not allowing enough time to build up tension.

9 School-Live added an unnecessary mascot character

School-Live! is an anime with one of the most unique premises around: What at first glance seems like a typical show about high school girls hanging out in a club room turns out to be a psychological horror set in a zombie apocalypse.

Because the manga and the series are all about how they bring “cute girls doing cute things” tropes to the horror genre, the dynamic between the main characters is one of the most important things about it. Sadly, the anime disrupted that dynamic by introducing a completely useless companion dog that stole screen time from the girls’ interactions.

8 Kumamiko had an unbearable ending

It might not have been revolutionary, but Kumamiko – The girl meets the bear spent most of her run giving viewers a cute and fun story about a young shrine girl trying to overcome her social anxiety in order to follow her dreams in the big city.

Things end on a bitter note, however, when the anime adds an ending which sees protagonist Machi abandon her dreams… with the support of her supposed “friends”. This ending was such a bad decision that even the author of the original manga expressed his disappointment.

7 Dies Irae adapted the wrong route

Popular visual novel Dies Irae tells a dramatic, romantic story full of historical intrigue and very, very complex. Containing over 60 hours of story, the 2017 anime adaptation was the perfect opportunity to craft a version of the story that caught new fans, while leaving just enough mystery to keep them interested.

Sadly, rather than adapting the First Girl’s course, which is unanimously recognized as the only way to play the game without getting lost in desperation, the anime decided to choose a course that players are encouraged to take much later. . The result is something totally incomprehensible to anyone except fans of the game – and even they aren’t too keen to support the decision.

6 The way the stay-at-home husband chose to change … absolutely nothing

Like all the best gag manga, the hilarious series The Way of the Home Husband, who follows an ex-yakuza member and his new domestic struggles, knows how to use his medium to create jokes that work perfectly in panel form.

But, while the anime adaptation provided a great opportunity for some new jokes, the creators decided to simply add vocals to a panel-by-panel adaptation. That’s right. It was an anime with no animation. This is a case where a different direction from the source material would have been preferable as the disappointing change occurred in the creative direction, rather than in the content itself.

5 Kaneki made a poorly thought out decision at Tokyo Ghoul Root A

There are few sequels series more universally hated by fans than Tokyo Ghoul Root A, which continues the story as an alternate universe at will: what if Kaneki had joined Aogiri Tree?

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There were certainly some interesting things that could have been done with this idea … but they weren’t. The motivations of many characters never seem to make perfect sense, while others have found themselves essentially written out of the series with no one in Aogiri Tree being fleshed out enough to replace them. Kaneki doesn’t stay with Aogiri Tree that long, but almost all issues with Root A stems from this decision made in the first episode.

4 The Promised Neverland replaced incredible manga moments with stills

Opening sequence _ Season 2

While many fans took issue with the way the animated adaptation of The promised imaginary land skipped entire story arcs, these big changes could have been forgiven as a way to condense the story to the best possible version the anime could tell in no time.

The real proof of this adaptation’s failure was the way it presented the story material. does not have cut. Rather than giving the final scenes, including material as important as Emma’s meeting with The One and the other children learning to adjust to the human world, the attention and animation they deserved, they are reduced to simple panoramic shots of still images. To say it left a bad taste in the mouths of fans would be an understatement.

3 Claymore added a terrible original ending

Claire of Claymore (1)

Claymore is an amazing fantasy series that has gained popularity thanks to its interesting setting, stunning fight scenes, and a large number of awesome female characters. The anime’s original ending, however, left many viewers disappointed.

Like many adaptations, the Claymore the anime could not complete the full story of the manga. It also has an original anime ending which, while commonplace, didn’t work out. The creators of the anime still wanted the protagonist Clare to beat the main villain, Priscilla, but pitched it without changing anything else, erasing huge amounts of manga and making Clare appear suddenly overpowered.

2 Flowers Of Evil changed the great art for rotoscoping

The adaptation of the psychological thriller manga Flowers of Evil became infamous for his art which was unique, but not necessarily in a good way. The original manga uses a well-executed but fairly typical art style, which means the darker aspects of the story strike even harder.

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Meanwhile, the anime uses a live-action rotoscope, which places its characters firmly in the eerie valley. While some viewers thought it raised the mood, most were put off by the show’s ugliness. Either way, it was certainly impossible to look past it and ended up overshadowing the plot.

1 Beserk (2016) chose to use an insanely bad CGI

Classic manga fans Berserk had been waiting for another adaptation to continue the story since the ’90s anime left it unfinished. What could have been a triumphant comeback, however, was marred by a gruesome CGI that did a disservice to the incredible artistry of Kentarou Miura.

With BerserkThe fame and popularity of, it’s hard to believe the creators of the anime were working on anything less than a big budget, making bad animation even more unforgivable … and confusing. Their choice of style will go down in anime history as one of the most confusing choices ever made when adapting a manga.

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‘The Wheel of Time’ Comes to Amazon in November (Comic-Con News) https://combatarmsblog.com/the-wheel-of-time-comes-to-amazon-in-november-comic-con-news/ https://combatarmsblog.com/the-wheel-of-time-comes-to-amazon-in-november-comic-con-news/#respond Fri, 23 Jul 2021 18:10:00 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/the-wheel-of-time-comes-to-amazon-in-november-comic-con-news/ Amazon Prime Video has announced that the upcoming fantasy series “The Wheel of Time” will debut in November. The series is adapted from Robert Jordan’s eponymous book series and stars Rosamund Pike as Moiraine, a member of an all-female magical organization that leads five young people on a trip around the world while attempting to […]]]>

Amazon Prime Video has announced that the upcoming fantasy series “The Wheel of Time” will debut in November.

The series is adapted from Robert Jordan’s eponymous book series and stars Rosamund Pike as Moiraine, a member of an all-female magical organization that leads five young people on a trip around the world while attempting to learn which of them will accomplish. the prophecy of the Dragon Reborn.

“The Wheel of Time” was adapted by showrunner Rafe Judkins. Larry Mondragon and Rick Selvage of Red Eagle Entertainment, Mike Weber, Ted Field of Radar Pictures, Darren Lemke, Marigo Kehoe and Uta Briesewitz are also executive producers, with Briesewitz scheduled to direct the first two episodes. Pike will serve as producer and Harriet McDougal and Brandon Sanderson will serve as consultant producers. “The Wheel of Time” is co-produced by Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television.

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APPOINTMENT

Amazon also announced that the teen horror series “I Know What You Did Last Summer” will premiere in October. Based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Lois Duncan, the series tells the story of a group of teenagers hunted down by a mysterious killer a year after a fatal accident on their graduation night. Madison Iseman, Brianne Tju, Ezekiel Goodman, Ashley Moore, Sebastian Amoruso, Fiona Rene, Cassie Beck, Brooke Bloom and Bill Heck are the stars. Gary Tieche is executive producer.

Paramount Plus has announced a September 16 release date for the adult animated series “The Harper House”. The comedy will follow a family from a small town in Arkansas moved to their inherited spooky Victorian home after the mother and breadwinner lost her job. Home is a major repairman, and the trailer sees family members run into wheezing creatures in the basement and a dead woman in bed next to her sex toys. Starring Rhea Seehorn, Jason Lee and Ryan Flynn, “The Harper House” is produced by Katie Krentz and Brad Neely, who is also the creator. Brian Sheesley is the supervising director. Watch a trailer below.

FIRST LOOK

Amazon has released a trailer for “SOZ Soldiers or Zombies”, a Mexican series about the zombie apocalypse which premiered on August 6. The eight-episode first season will follow a drug lord who escapes from a top-security prison with his son and hides in a remote drug rehab center until the research forces tracking him down are infected. by mutant zombies. Watch the trailer below.

Amazon also shared never-before-seen footage of “Evangelion: 3.0 + 1.01 Once Upon a Time,” an animated film that will premiere on the platform on August 13 after its Japanese theatrical release in March of this year. This is the fourth and last in the “Evangelion” series. Check out the new images below.

IMDb TV has shared a preview of an episode of “Leverage: Redemption” which will air this fall. The episode, which stars LeVar Burton as the librarian, is the debut film by actress Beth Riesgraf, who stars as Parker in the series. Watch the preview below.

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If there’s a nuclear apocalypse in Yakima County, we’re screwed https://combatarmsblog.com/if-theres-a-nuclear-apocalypse-in-yakima-county-were-screwed/ https://combatarmsblog.com/if-theres-a-nuclear-apocalypse-in-yakima-county-were-screwed/#respond Wed, 21 Jul 2021 03:54:56 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/if-theres-a-nuclear-apocalypse-in-yakima-county-were-screwed/ If there’s a nuclear apocalypse in Washington State, let alone here in Yakima County, then we’re probably all screwed. I say this because I heard directly from Howard Ward, our Yakima County Emergency Management Operations Director, that there is a current RCW law in the Washington State Legislature that prevents the Director of emergency management […]]]>

If there’s a nuclear apocalypse in Washington State, let alone here in Yakima County, then we’re probably all screwed. I say this because I heard directly from Howard Ward, our Yakima County Emergency Management Operations Director, that there is a current RCW law in the Washington State Legislature that prevents the Director of emergency management having to provide evacuation plans in the event of an incident. nuclear apocalypse. I mean, yuck! It reminds me of all those crazy movies I’ve seen where there was an alien attack, a nuclear attack, a zombie apocalypse, or all three. When Mars Attacks, Independence Day, Godzilla, King Kong, The Purge, and The Walking Dead all come to mind. In these movies and TV shows, everyone in the city begins to run and fight for safety. Hey, wait a minute, how could I forget the most recent movie that didn’t feature an emergency escape plan: The Quiet Place and The Quiet Place 2. Have you seen them? AFRAID! Mr. Ward says there are several resources available to county residents in the event of an evacuation due to natural disasters. These include hazardous conditions resulting from earthquakes, forest fires or forest fires, etc. He said everyone should pack a “take out” bag full of emergency clothes, financial and identity documents important to you and all members of your household, and have enough water saved for 2 weeks. (1 gallon per day per household member, and yes, that’s a lot of water)! Sign up for the Yakima County Emergency Evacuation Alert System here. So I asked him what is Yakima County’s emergency evacuation plan for residents in the event of a nuclear apocalypse and where can we go underground for shelter? It was then that he told me that THERE IS NO PLAN!

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5 reboots the original filmmaker agreed with (& 5 that were against it) https://combatarmsblog.com/5-reboots-the-original-filmmaker-agreed-with-5-that-were-against-it/ https://combatarmsblog.com/5-reboots-the-original-filmmaker-agreed-with-5-that-were-against-it/#respond Tue, 20 Jul 2021 16:53:51 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/5-reboots-the-original-filmmaker-agreed-with-5-that-were-against-it/ As the movie industry increasingly relies on familiar branding and intellectual property, remakes and reboots have become all the rage. Many remakes are inferior to the originals, unable to provide a satisfactory reason for their existence beyond profit. RELATED: 10 Movie Remakes With An Actor’s Cameo Who Was In The Original That’s not always the […]]]>

As the movie industry increasingly relies on familiar branding and intellectual property, remakes and reboots have become all the rage. Many remakes are inferior to the originals, unable to provide a satisfactory reason for their existence beyond profit.

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That’s not always the case though, and some reboots have earned praise even from those who created the original. Here are 5 directors who supported the remake of their films, and 5 who opposed it.

ten Supported: Joel Schumacher Praise The “Dark Knight” Trilogy

Batman Schumacher Nolan

that of Joël Schumacher Batman duology are dubiously credited with having briefly “killed the franchise”, in Batman and robin the words of star George Clooney. When Christopher Nolan revived the Dark Knight in movies, he took the exact opposite approach to Schumacher – dark, dramatic, and political. Schumacher, still a good sportsman, praised Nolan’s final, The dark knight rises, for his ambition and his political prescience:

“I think what’s very interesting about Batman and how brilliant Chris Nolan is, if you look at the last Batman, ours was back in a much simpler time. Our job was to entertain the whole family … The last one is really about what we’re going through, the extraordinary gap between the haves and have-nots … the latest Batman is very representative of the times we live in, which are scary times. “

9 Opposed: George Romero had mixed feelings about Zack Snyder’s “Dawn Of The Dead”

Dawn of the Dead

George Romero is the father of the zombie apocalypse, having invented the genre in bulk with Night of the Living Dead. Zombie movies make up the bulk of Romero’s filmography and one of the most famous is that of 1978. Dawn of the Dead. Set in an abandoned mall, the film satirizes American consumerism.

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In 2004, Zack Snyder made his directorial debut with a remake of Romero’s film. The films share a title but diverge in many other places, including the zombies themselves – Romero’s slow idiots; Snyder’s ravenous pack hunters. Romero had mixed feelings about Snyder’s film: “It was better than I expected. I thought it was a good action movie. The first 15 or 20 minutes were great, but it has sort of lost its purpose. “

8 Supported: Sam Raimi produced the remake of “Evil Dead” by Fede Álvarez

Evil Dead Original vs Remake

Sam Raimi marked horror and cinema with Devilish death, spawning both a long career as a director and a media franchise. Except maybe Spider Man, evil Dead will always be the films with which Raimi is most associated. However, when the time came for another director to try his hand, Raimi lent his support.

The remake, titled evil Dead, released in 2013. Directed by Fede Álvarez and starring Jane Levy, the couple did a commendable job putting themselves in Raimi and Bruce Campbell’s shoes. Raimi was a producer of the film and described Lvarez as a “great artist” and “brilliant”. Raimi will later reunite with Àlvarez and Levy to produce the 2018 Don’t breathe.

7 Opposed: Tomas Alfredson was not a fan of “Let Me In”

Leave the one on the right in

A common practice in Hollywood is to take foreign films and produce “Americanized” remakes. A single example is Leave the one on the right in. A 2008 Swedish film, directed by Tomas Alfredson and adapted from the 2004 novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist, it focuses on a bullied boy who befriends a vampiric girl.

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An American remake directed by Matt Reeves and renamed Let me enter, was released just two years later. Reeves’ version has been praised by many, including Lindqvist – “Having not one, but two excellent versions of my first novel for the screen seems unreal.” Alfredson, however, was not one of the fans; in 2011 he said “I think there is something dishonest about copying someone’s work.”

6 Supported: Don Siegel appeared in “Invasion Of The Body Snatchers” by Philip Kaufman

Invasion of the Body Thieves

Invasion of the Body Thieves has been remade three times due to how the titular monsters fit perfectly into allegory. The first remake came 22 years after the 1956 Don Siegel original. Siegel not only made cameos in the remake with original star Kevin McCarthy, but also collaborated with director Philip Kaufman on the film’s story, including the famous ending where Matthew (Donald Sutherland) lets out an alien howl, revealing he has been replaced. Siegel had wanted an equally dark ending for his own film but was rejected by the studio.

5 Opposed: Niels Arden Oplev had no kind words for David Fincher’s “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”

Dragon Raptor Mara Tattoo

The late Stieg Larsson Millennium novels were first adapted in his home country, Sweden. Director Niels Arden Oplev has made an adaptation of the entire trilogy (The girl with the dragon tattoo, The girl who played with fire, & The girl who kicked the hornet’s nest), with Noomi Rapace in the role of Lisbeth Salander. Released successively in 2009, the films were a great success in their country of origin and Sony was quick to consider Americanization.

Sony has recruited newly arrived David Fincher Social network, to direct, and he in turn chose Rooney Mara as Lisbeth. Oplev was not a fan, seeing the remake as an insult to the work he and Rapace had put in the originals. He was quoted as saying “Even in Hollywood there seems to be a kind of anger about the remake… ‘Why do something remake when they can just go see the original?’ Anyone who loves movies will go see the original. ”Oplev came out on top here, as the sequel to Fincher’s version was beaten.

4 Supported: J. Lee Thompson was delighted that Martin Scorsese had made “Cape Fear” again

Cape Fear Remake Original

The 1957 novel by John D. MacDonald The executioners has been adapted for theaters twice, but never under this name. In 1962, J. Lee Thompson adapted the novel into Cap Fear, starring Gregory Peck as righteous lawyer Sam Bowden whose family and life are threatened by a face from his past, Max Cady (Robert Mitchum).

In 1991, Martin Scorsese was just emerging from the resounding success of Goodfellas and chose to redo Cap Fear. Scorsese’s version starred Nick Nolte as Bowden and Robert De Niro as Cady, while also featuring cameos from Peck and Mitchum. In a documentary chronicling the making of the original, Thompson recounted his enthusiasm for Scorsese to direct the remake, describing him as “[his] favorite director “and praising one of Scorsese’s previous collaborations with De Niro, The king of comedy.

3 Opposed: Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale weren’t fans of Bill Condon’s “Beauty and the Beast”

Beauty on the Beast Original vs Remake

The 1991 The beauty and the Beast kicked off the Disney Renaissance and is one of the studio’s best animated films. He was also one of the first victims of Disney’s recent trend to adapt its classics to live-action. Debuting in 2017, the remake was directed by Bill Condon and starred Emma Watson and Dan Stevens in title roles.

The directors of the original, Kirk Wise and Gary Trousdale, were not enthusiastic. Wise was ambivalent, saying, “On the one hand, it’s great to have been involved in films that have had so much longevity and created so much affection for them in audiences that they would love to see. a new adaptation of the film. But also, it’s like … going to the old one. “Trousdale was more outspoken, stating,” My completely objective and unvarnished opinion is that anime are better anyway. “

2 Supported: John Carpenter collaborated with David Gordon Green on “Halloween”

Halloween 1978 vs 2018

“Soft reboot” is launched to describe films that are spiritual remakes while maintaining continuity with the classics. Halloween, the original slasher, had been remade in 2007 by Rob Zombie for muted reception. John Carpenter, the director of the original, is known for his laid back attitude, but even he wasn’t a fan.

Carpenter’s feelings for the 2018 Halloween, one of those “soft restarts” is much smoother. Although David Gordon Green directed, it was Carpenter’s endorsement of Green’s vision that made the project come true. That the 2018 movie undone Halloween iiLaurie’s (Jamie Lee Curtis) return as Michael’s sister (a twist Carpenter regrets) might explain his support.

1 Opposed: Park Chan-Wook still hasn’t seen Spike Lee’s ‘Oldboy’

Oldboy New vs Old

Often times, it’s not just the people involved in the originals who have Pan-Americanized the remakes. An example would be the 2013 Old boy, a remake of the much-loved original by Park Chan-Wook, one of South Korea’s most beloved filmmakers. Directed by the generally excellent Spike Lee, the remake was derided and clawed back a fraction of its budget. Most would rather forget about him, including Park Chan-Wook, who still wouldn’t have watched him.

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New Mexico film bureau reports record windfall after pandemic https://combatarmsblog.com/new-mexico-film-bureau-reports-record-windfall-after-pandemic/ https://combatarmsblog.com/new-mexico-film-bureau-reports-record-windfall-after-pandemic/#respond Mon, 19 Jul 2021 23:14:22 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/new-mexico-film-bureau-reports-record-windfall-after-pandemic/ NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Even a global pandemic couldn’t hold back the success of New Mexico’s film industry. The state announced Monday that productions shot in New Mexico are spending more money in the state than ever before. Whether it’s the wild Wild West or a zombie apocalypse, “New Mexico works for a variety of […]]]>

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Even a global pandemic couldn’t hold back the success of New Mexico’s film industry. The state announced Monday that productions shot in New Mexico are spending more money in the state than ever before.

Whether it’s the wild Wild West or a zombie apocalypse, “New Mexico works for a variety of places,” says casting director Shayne Hartigan. The state film bureau believes the New Mexico landscape is just one of the many reasons the industry is booming. “It’s a record year. We have broken all previous records for past production here in New Mexico, ”said Amber Dodson, director of the New Mexico Film Office.

On Monday, the film bureau revealed that around $ 623 million was spent by state film and television productions in fiscal year 2021. The previously held record was for fiscal year 19, where productions had spent $ 525 million. “The studios were really looking to find new places to create content, because not everything can be done in New York and Los Angeles,” says Dodson.

Even though productions were halted for a quarter of the fiscal year due to COVID-19, the state has still seen 69 productions since its return in September. “We get great shows for Amazon, for NBC Universal, for Netflix coming in and hiring a lot of people,” Hartigan said.

Dodson says about 40% of production budgets are spent on goods and services from local businesses. “To bring history to life you need all kinds of things – you need furniture, artwork, rugs, glass, and cars, and that’s just the decor.” , she says.

Dodson also says the state’s generous tax incentive and proximity to Los Angeles are other reasons the state is more attractive than ever, and they expect the success to continue. “For the future, our pipeline is down. We’re really excited about this, ”Dodson said. The film bureau also told KRQE that its COVID safe practices are another draw for productions. Since returning to the set in September, they tell us they’ve had a half percent positivity rate.

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The Walking Dead movie trailer came out two years ago today: Where’s Rick Grimes? https://combatarmsblog.com/the-walking-dead-movie-trailer-came-out-two-years-ago-today-wheres-rick-grimes/ https://combatarmsblog.com/the-walking-dead-movie-trailer-came-out-two-years-ago-today-wheres-rick-grimes/#respond Mon, 19 Jul 2021 15:59:00 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/the-walking-dead-movie-trailer-came-out-two-years-ago-today-wheres-rick-grimes/ Two years after a teaser for untitled Undead movie revealed that Rick Grimes is only returning to the movies, the survivor of Andrew Lincoln’s zombie apocalypse is still missing. The 24-second teaser, released over the weekend of San Diego Comic-Con two years ago today, shows a Civic Republic military helicopter flying toward the Philadelphia skyline […]]]>

Two years after a teaser for untitled Undead movie revealed that Rick Grimes is only returning to the movies, the survivor of Andrew Lincoln’s zombie apocalypse is still missing. The 24-second teaser, released over the weekend of San Diego Comic-Con two years ago today, shows a Civic Republic military helicopter flying toward the Philadelphia skyline before unveiling a new TWD logo featuring the CRM three-circle symbol. AMC Networks and Skybound Entertainment also announced that the film, the first in a planned trilogy centered around Rick after his demise in Season 9 of The walking dead, would be released in theaters by Universal Pictures rather than broadcast on television as an AMC original.

The Comic-Con reveal of two years ago came about eight months after a CRM helicopter pulled Rick away from the flagship Season 9 episode “What Comes After”. The AMC-Universal pact, accompanied by the brief teaser, was the most promising development since Walking Dead Universe Content Manager Scott Gimple announced Rick’s return on a November 2018 aftershow episode Talk dead.

“This is the end of Rick Grimes on The walking dead. But that’s not the end of Rick Grimes’ story, “the old Walking Dead showrunner revealed from the Talk dead couch a few minutes after Rick disappeared. “We will continue to tell the Rick Grimes story in an AMC Original film series. There are many stories to tell and we can’t wait to get started.”

Gimple added that the untitled film expands the universe of The walking dead and shows “a whole different corner of the world” and “a different situation that Rick is involved in”. Advertised as AMC Originals, Gimple said films made for television would have “the reach of feature films.” Gimple wrote his script with Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman.

the TWD the chef said Weekly entertainment of a production start scheduled for 2019 and that the first film would start “sooner rather than later”, adding: “On the other hand, these will not be shot on TV shows. are going to be big, so they’re going to take a minute to do. “

Another update was released for Virtual Skybound Xpo on July 19, 2020 – the first anniversary of the TWD Movie teaser – when the co-founder of Skybound and Walking Dead Executive producer David Alpert has said filming is on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite the hiatus from physical production experienced by most players in the entertainment industry, Kirkman confirmed that the work continues behind the scenes and that the pandemic will “make a lot of movies better.”

“I think movie chef Rick Grimes among them, just because we have a lot more time to cook this thing and make sure it’s perfect,” Kirkman said. “But when things calm down, you’re going to hear a lot more about this movie.”

Amid the number of theaters closed by COVID-19 last year, Gimple reaffirmed in December that the Undead movie stays the course for a theatrical release only. Weeks later, in January, Lincoln said that a promising vaccine rollout could mean he would put his Rick Grimes boots back on before the end of the year.

“With good intentions, and if everything works out and I can leave my country, I plan to return to America to shoot in the spring / summer,” said Lincoln. Additional. The Rick Grimes actor isn’t ruling out a possible return of the TV series in the three-part final season of The walking dead, which airs its 24 remaining episodes between August 2021 and the end of 2022.

Gimple and The walking dead The universe returns to Virtual Comic-Con @ Home in San Diego on Saturday, July 24.

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Fun survival co-op shooter games inspired by Left 4 Dead https://combatarmsblog.com/fun-survival-co-op-shooter-games-inspired-by-left-4-dead/ https://combatarmsblog.com/fun-survival-co-op-shooter-games-inspired-by-left-4-dead/#respond Sun, 18 Jul 2021 21:31:00 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/fun-survival-co-op-shooter-games-inspired-by-left-4-dead/ A look at the most notable 4-player co-op FPS games inspired by Valve’s Left 4 Dead franchise. Valve, the makers of revolutionary games like Half-life and Portal, did not show much interest in the publication of a third opus for Left for dead, a cooperative first-person shooter series about armed survivors trying to escape hordes […]]]>

A look at the most notable 4-player co-op FPS games inspired by Valve’s Left 4 Dead franchise.

Valve, the makers of revolutionary games like Half-life and Portal, did not show much interest in the publication of a third opus for Left for dead, a cooperative first-person shooter series about armed survivors trying to escape hordes of mutant zombies. Game designers from other studios have, however, used Left for deadThe gameplay of as inspiration for their own multiplayer FPS games about squads fending off hordes of monsters.

Both Left 4 Death 1 and Left 4 dead 2 takes place in a world overrun by a zombie apocalypse, the product of an airborne viral contagion that turns people into swift zombies and grotesque monstrosities. The players in these games are asymptomatic survivors who must navigate their way between shelters, salvage weapons, ammunition and medical kits while fending off the “special infected” with the ability to push them away from the group. The big draw of the Left for dead the series, aside from their quality blend of four-player co-op with horror, was their use of an “AI director” to organically create scenarios of rising and falling narrative tension – new hordes of zombies when things got boring, med kits and ammo when players needed a break.

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After releasing a DLC update called “The sacrifice” for Left 4 dead 2 in 2010, Valve moved on to other projects. however, Left 4 dead 2 still gets community-designed storylines while developers at other studios have created original “horde survival shooters” that give the game a unique twist. Left for dead formula.

Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide & Vermintide 2

Instead of a modern city consumed by a zombie apocalypse, the Vermintide the video game franchise takes place in the dark and on top War hammer fantastic setting – especially, in a 16th century Renaissance-inspired empire that is under attack by hordes of rats and Chaos cultists. Instead of office workers, students and veterans, the players of Vermintide and Vermintide 2 can choose from a roster of characters including witch hunters, fire mages, imperial musketeers, elven rangers and dwarf gadgets, each with their own unique jokes and special abilities in the style of Monitoring.

Galactic Deep Rock

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Galactic Deep Rock adds several interesting twists to the formula established by Left for dead, both in terms of gameplay and storytelling. First, all of the playable characters are fantastic Tolkien-style dwarves working for an intergalactic mining company. Second, the goal of most Galactic Deep Rock missions is to extract mineral resources from a planet’s underground caverns while pushing back waves of hostile alien life forms. Third, the labyrinthine maps of the caves of Galactic Deep Rock are procedurally generated, creating new environments for players to navigate on each new “mining expedition”.

Generation zero

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Generation zero takes place in an alternate version of 1980s Sweden ravaged by out-of-control killer military robots. Players can choose from a list of teenage characters from different cliques from the 1980s who fight to survive these marauding robots using guns, explosives, flares, and hacking. Unlike the run-and-gun gameplay of Left for dead, survival in Generation zero is often a matter of discretion; the astute player tries to avoid being detected by the patrolling robots and keeps them as far away as possible.

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Back 4 Blood

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Back 4 Blood is currently being developed by Turtle Rock Studios, who worked with Valve to create and release the first Left for dead Game. Since Valve still owns the Left for dead trademark, the new Turtle Rock Back 4 Blood IP – centered around survivors trying to take back their world from the parasitic worm-infested zombie hordes – allows them to create a spiritual successor to their original zombie slaying game without encountering prosecution. The different trailers for Back 4 Blood show familiar elements of Left 4 dead gameplay (hordes of “Ridden” zombies, Molotov cocktails, pistols and melee weapons) while revealing new types of “Mutant” zombies that rival players can control to take out the co-op team, and some really “boss” monsters. immense Size.

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Nothing Could Prepare Me to Grieve the Loss of My Partner https://combatarmsblog.com/nothing-could-prepare-me-to-grieve-the-loss-of-my-partner/ https://combatarmsblog.com/nothing-could-prepare-me-to-grieve-the-loss-of-my-partner/#respond Sun, 18 Jul 2021 01:57:11 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/?p=380 Longform After lockdown started, I thought I had considered every possibility, every apocalyptic scenario. I was wrong. Get a compelling long read and must-have lifestyle tips in your inbox every Sunday morning — great with coffee! The writer’s partner, Eric Thornhill, at their Philadelphia home in October 2020. Photograph by Queen Muse In the early […]]]>

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After lockdown started, I thought I had considered every possibility, every apocalyptic scenario. I was wrong.


The writer’s partner, Eric Thornhill, at their Philadelphia home in October 2020. Photograph by Queen Muse

In the early days of the pandemic, when civil unrest was at its peak and no one knew when things would “go back to normal,” I let my anxiety take me to a place of unrealistic and, in hindsight, completely unreasonable panicked preparation.

It felt like we were losing the world we once knew. At one point in early June 2020, members of the National Guard posted themselves and a military-grade truck in the parking lot of a shopping plaza near my home, wearing full Army fatigue gear, their weapons in plain view. Riots had erupted in the city just days before in response to police killings of Black people, the most recent at the time being Breonna Taylor and George Floyd. I attended my stepmother’s funeral in September. Cancer. Informed my love that his step-grandfather had died in November. Complications from a stroke. Responded “Sorry for your loss” on the social media posts of countless friends and family members who’d lost someone that winter from gunshot wounds, heart attacks, even old age. Each time, I felt like I died a death that wasn’t mine. I felt for them deeply. I sent my thoughts and prayers, but somehow, I managed to carry on.

The death, the protests and the pandemic, the boarded-up windows at every store, the sounds of ATMs and fireworks exploding through the wee hours of night, the curfews and mandatory mask mandate, all made it feel like we were slowly headed toward a zombie-apocalypse kind of existence where, over time, there would be utter chaos.

I reasoned that if my 12-year-old daughter, my three-year-old son, my love and I were to survive, we just needed to be knowledgeable … and well-stocked. I ordered all sorts of emergency survival kits and loaded up on shelf-stable food; I watched YouTube videos about edible and medicinal plants and tried to commit to memory which were for healing wounds and which could safely be eaten for sustenance. I even researched some of the best places in America for survival. I found there were entire towns in the Midwest where people had built indestructible underground bunkers for the exact apocalyptic scenario I envisioned. I imagined we’d go there.

I thought through the entire insane possibility of us all being killed for our masks and supplies. I had prepared for Armageddon, but I had no idea what to do when, in November, my love suddenly fell ill. I’d committed to memory which plant to look for in the woods to heal a flesh wound, but I hadn’t remembered that any mention of chest pain should be treated as a serious warning. I was ready to run with a 30-pound child strapped to my chest, but when the time came, I wasn’t ready to take my love to the hospital; I had none of the things we needed packed or prepared.

In hindsight, I had prepared for all the wrong things. I’d imagined us fighting to the death against strangers trying to steal the last of our KN95 masks and the food bars in our survival kits. I wasn’t prepared to lose my love some other way. I wasn’t prepared to lose him at all.

But death didn’t care if I was ready.

My love smiled with his whole face, flaunting signature squinted eyes and deep smile lines that I used to trace with my forefingers when he beamed. He had a beautiful set of thick locs that grew as wild and free as his spirit. He was uncommonly thoughtful, the type of person who’d remember something you said you’d wanted weeks earlier and find a way to have it show up at your doorstep. In our life as a couple, he changed the lion’s share of dirty diapers and bore crying fits with our son so I could write stories like this one; helped our daughter with math to make me feel better about only being good at language; cooked nearly all our meals, unknowingly placating my nagging insecurity about being more working mom than Mary Poppins. He lived for our family and took pride in being there for every little thing our children needed. When he wasn’t off being Super Dad, you’d find him in his art studio in our basement, painting with true joy and passion.

A true romantic in a world full of realists, my love treated me like my name. We were an inseparable and joyful couple. But the arrival of the pandemic challenged our unique ability to find time for memorable experiences.

Our annual visit to New York City for my birthday in March, plans to take a couple’s trip to Prague over the summer, and our intended first venture to Disney World to celebrate our son’s birthday were all indefinitely postponed.

As the pandemic robbed us of these experiences, we found ways to cope with our losses.

We replaced our grander plans with more modest celebrations: a small masked dinner at our favorite pizza restaurant for my birthday; socially distanced trips to the beach with family in the summer; and, when COVID restrictions eased a bit, a return to the same cherished pizza place for a slightly larger masked dinner to celebrate our son turning three.

It wasn’t our dream, but like so many others adjusting to life amid the pandemic, we made it work.

When Thanksgiving arrived, we imagined we’d adjust again, have a small dinner at home with just us and the kids.

But about a week before the holiday, my love fell sick. By Thanksgiving morning, he was too sick to get out of bed. His mother took him to the emergency room. Pandemic rule: He had to go in alone. I later learned his ER visit came on the day Pennsylvania recorded its highest number of new COVID cases and a spike in hospitalizations. I still wonder if they were too busy with COVID cases to give him the attention he needed and deserved, or if he was even well enough to tell them what hurt or how badly, so they could properly diagnose him. It’s a flaw that hospitals maybe never fully considered when they implemented no-visitor policies amid the pandemic: How can you ask a very sick person to accurately tell you they’re sick?

With no one there to speak on his behalf, my love was sent home a few hours later with a prescription for nausea medication and a recommendation to schedule a follow-up appointment if he didn’t feel better in a few days.

On December 1st, my love drove our son to daycare, made sure our daughter was all set for her virtual classes, and then logged on to join his own virtual art class at the Community College of Philadelphia, which he attended as a continuing-education student. The next day, he died suddenly in our car while I was rushing him back to the hospital for what we thought was nothing more than a lingering stomach bug. He was 33 years old.

Everything that has happened since has been an amalgam of shock, trauma, indescribable sadness, and a desperate attempt to run.

I was open to any excuse to avoid spending Christmas crying while sitting in the house in which we’d built our life. Instead, I took the kids and a few close family members to an Airbnb in Ocean City, Maryland. There were genuinely good, happy moments there, a welcome relief from the dark cloud that seemed to hover over every room in the house where we’d fallen in love and raised our family back in Philadelphia. By Christmas morning, as the kids opened their gifts and there were none to or from Dad, as I scrolled through group chats and social media posts of happy families in matching pajamas, I was drawn right back to the day-one realization that he was gone.

Back at home, a giant pine tree sat in our living room. We’d planned to get a new tree for Christmas that year; my love had wanted to get a real pine to replace the artificial flocked tree we’d been using for years. It felt incredibly important to me that I find a way to still honor his wish, but I was in no condition for tree shopping. So my mother had someone deliver a pine tree to the house. It was massive, and I had no tree stand to support it. For days, the tree leaned against our stair railing, slowly drying out. By the time we finally got a stand for it, we spent more time vacuuming dead pine needles than we did decorating it. Every time one of us walked by it, a few more needles would fall from its branches, until a huge pile of them accumulated beneath the tree like an unwanted gift.

Everything in me wanted to rip the tree down and throw it out. My love hadn’t been there to pick the tree he wanted or help us decorate it. We’d gone away for Christmas, so we hadn’t even put any presents under it. It just sat there for the last two weeks of the year, withering away.

I couldn’t help but see it as a metaphor for the last two weeks of his life. I knew the tree was dry, but not to the point of falling apart. I knew my love was sick, but not to the point of dying. I wish I’d watered them both better, sooner. Instead, I was left with his ashes and a pile of dead pine needles.

As sure as time passes, we will grow old, and we will lose things. Our hair will shrivel, thin, and shed like the skin of a snake. Our skin will lose its youthful glow, giving way to fine lines, wrinkles and moles. Our blood cells will destroy themselves by the millions in mere seconds. Bones will diminish. Teeth will decay. This happens while we eat, when we sleep, while we fall in love.

The graduality makes it seem bearable. All that slow, invisible loss. The space — months, years even — between each departure seems to give us time to prepare ourselves for life without hair, teeth, youth … people we love.

I’d prepared myself for some hypothetical time, years and years into the future, when I’d undoubtedly lose my love; I’d imagined it would be to old age. His great-­grandmother lived to be 102 years old. I’d told myself we had at least 70 more years together. When he died, I didn’t just lose him; my children, our family, we all lost those anticipated decades: birthdays, proms, vacations, graduations, memories never to be created.

There is nothing you can do to replace imagined years. There is only grief.

Whether it reveals itself across dreadfully slow moments in time or washes over you like a seismic wave from tranquil waters, grief can never be contained by neatly prescribed stages. I’ve found there is no collective of brilliant mourners waiting to share with you the secret to becoming whole again. There is only you, the reluctant passenger, blindfolded, buckled into the rattling seat of an ancient roller coaster on a seemingly endless ride of days filled with steep plunges, shuddering loops, and unpredictably swift twists and turns.

I’ve found there is no collective of brilliant mourners waiting to share with you the secret to becoming whole again. There is only you.

Highs and lows. No amusement. All fear. (C.S. Lewis once said, “No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear.”)

The lows are forlorn. March 27th was the day I learned what caused my love to die. It took two autopsies. And four months of waiting to hear: heart disease; the most common cause of death in America, yet incredibly rare for his age. I received an answer that left me with even more unanswered questions: Why so young? What could we have done to prevent this? What could this mean for the health of our son?

The highs feel like taking the first deep breath of fresh air after wearing a mask for hours, days, weeks, months. Inhale. Exxxxhaaaaale. April 2nd was the day we honored my love with a public art show and memorial. We spread his life’s work, nearly 100 paintings, around a beautiful courtyard and indoor gallery at Bartram’s Garden, where more than 200 people came to celebrate his life. Playlists of his favorite songs blared through speakers as we stood around a firepit, burned his favorite incense, and shared stories of how he impacted each of us.

That day, I saw and shared hugs with many of my family members and friends for the first time since the pandemic began. I met some of his family members for the first time — something I imagined would happen at our wedding, not his memorial. Still, it was one of the few days since December 2nd that I genuinely felt his presence. I imagined him smiling, sitting on a bench in the corner of the gallery, quietly drawing a new masterpiece as people looked in awe at his art, asking, “Where’s the artist?” and him giving a humble wave and nod.

The highs never last long enough. And in between, there’s just time.

This time last year, I thought that if I read the right books, bought the right gear, gamed out all the scenarios, I’d be protected. Now I know there are some things you can never prepare for. People have said there must be some great lesson to be learned from all of this — that somehow, someday, I’ll understand why my love had to die so tragically and so young. I still cringe at the thought that his life could be exchanged for a lesson in mine, or that his death somehow makes me more prepared to face life’s next big challenges.

I know only that I loved him. And I love him deeply still. That’s what I’ll carry forward with me; that’s what’s left of my survival kit.

The rest I’ll have to figure out as I go.

Published as “The Art of Letting Go” in the July 2021 issue of Philadelphia magazine.

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The last fan film of us is legitimately excellent https://combatarmsblog.com/the-last-fan-film-of-us-is-legitimately-excellent/ https://combatarmsblog.com/the-last-fan-film-of-us-is-legitimately-excellent/#respond Fri, 16 Jul 2021 20:00:00 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/the-last-fan-film-of-us-is-legitimately-excellent/ Picture: Joshua Toonen Joel and Ellie could be the main characters of The last of us, but these are by no means the only interesting ones. If you’ve played any of Naughty Dog’s acclaimed mushroom apocalypse games, you know that some of the richest stories are told in the margins. New fan film explores what […]]]>

a clicker holds a corpse in stay a fan film based on the last of us

Picture: Joshua Toonen

Joel and Ellie could be the main characters of The last of us, but these are by no means the only interesting ones. If you’ve played any of Naughty Dog’s acclaimed mushroom apocalypse games, you know that some of the richest stories are told in the margins. New fan film explores what it could be like to live in the world of The last of us without appearing on the art of the box.

Stay, released earlier this week, is a seven-minute film “inspired by The last of us. “Its creators are careful to point out that this is a fan-made, non-profit project entirely independent of Naughty Dog, Sony or the upcoming HBO adaptation. In fact, it was inspired by a piece of fan art itself: Concept artist Santiago Betancur 2015 mockup of two corpses kissing, a Clicker (it’s a stage three mushroom zombie), the other a human. The play is as magnificent as it is haunting. The same can be said of the film.

“We were inspired by the side stories found in the game. As a player, I felt like there were so many stories to be discovered from what humanity had left behind,” Stay writer and director Joshua Toonen, who also worked on visual effects Captain Marvel, Godzilla vs. Kong, and other blockbusters, have said Kotaku in an email. “I felt like it was a great opportunity to create our own story and show that each ‘infected’ has their own story that has not been told.”

Although Ellie appears in the opening and closing seconds, she only serves as a narrative framing device. Stay is really a love story about two characters: Sean, who sports similar dress tastes to Joel, and Emily, who looks nothing like Ellie. The couple want to see the Santa Monica Pier to get some saltwater air for a taste of normalcy. Yes, in the apocalypse, as in real life, we all give in to reckless desires.

“Romance is an integral part of the story of The last of us”Said Toonen. “Dina and Ellie’s relationship in [The Last of Us] Part 2 showed how important compassion and intimacy are in the post-epidemic world. Ultimately, we wanted to explore how far someone would go for the person they love.

It is clear that the team of 40 people behind Stay holds reverence for the source material. In one shot, Ellie is framed as she was in a promotional screenshot for The Last of Us Part 2, sitting on a bed, silhouette, leaning on a six ropes. And the value of the production is not to be sneezed at. Clickers sound like clickers; the action scenes are as tense as what you would see in a movie of zombies in the cinema. As far as fan projects go, it’s certainly at the level of this wonderful Unexplored fan movies from a few years ago. (Of course, this one had a little extra marketing oomph, with Nathan Fillion as Nathan Drake.)

Read more: Nathan Fillion tells us how awesome it is Unexplored Fan movie has arrived

But in video games, fan-made projects exist on shaky ground. This month, Ubisoft and MGM hit a recreation of it golden 007 completely redone in Far cry 5the level editor of. This situation, of course, is not a perfect parallel; the Golden eye remake actually included proprietary game code produced by Ubisoft and others, while Stay does not. Yet when you talk about billion dollar corporations that demand stringent message control, you can never be sure how long your project will survive in this cold, cruel, capitalist world.

“There is always that risk,” Toonen acknowledged, “But I hope they can see all the heart and care we have taken to bring their world to life.”

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Aftermath brings franchise to consoles https://combatarmsblog.com/aftermath-brings-franchise-to-consoles/ https://combatarmsblog.com/aftermath-brings-franchise-to-consoles/#respond Thu, 15 Jul 2021 23:05:00 +0000 https://combatarmsblog.com/aftermath-brings-franchise-to-consoles/ The last Stand is a game series starring a group of survivors trying to fend off a zombie apocalypse. After 14 years as Adobe Flash games, developer Con Artist Games has announced the fifth game in the franchise, The Last Stand: Aftermath will arrive on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X / S, and […]]]>

The last Stand is a game series starring a group of survivors trying to fend off a zombie apocalypse. After 14 years as Adobe Flash games, developer Con Artist Games has announced the fifth game in the franchise, The Last Stand: Aftermath will arrive on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X / S, and PC later this year.

Set 15 years after the events of the third game in the series, The Last Fight: Union City, players will once again follow the story of a band of survivors locked in a compound following the disaster that turned the rest of the world into zombies. The difference this time is that they have all already been infected. As they make the most of their final days, they will need to gather supplies for those who continue to survive, eliminate as many infected as possible, and seek the truth behind the virus. As each survivor dies, players take on the role of another who can continue where the previous victim left off.

Near death isn’t necessarily a bad thing in this roguelite single-player action adventure. As the infection sets in, it unlocks new limits and abilities that give you a powerful advantage over the zombie hordes. Weapons and medicines lurk everywhere in the outside world, the latter helping every survivor to last longer. There are also many materials to be able to craft these vital supplies.

The game will be released digitally by Armor Games Studios, although they have also partnered with Merge Games to release physical versions of the game. All versions will be released in the last quarter of 2021. Those who wish to start early in the franchise can be interested in Legacy Last Stand Collection where the first three games have been remastered and bundled together for release on Steam – this collection released today.

[Source: Armor Games]

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