Walker Stalker Con shuffled into Edison, this past weekend, with stars from The Walking Dead, Sons of Anarchy, and more on hand to thrill the fans with photo ops, autographs, selfies, and some quick conversation. Although the main draw for these events are generally the celebrities, conventions are the perfect place for a diehard geek to find some quirky and artistic products that they probably don’t need, but would die to have.
Check out some of the fabulous merchandise from the incredible vendors below.
Walker Stalker Con 2017 at the New Jersey Expo and Convention Center had plenty for the fans of The Walking Dead to chew on. However, in addition to the zombie extravaganza, the convention brought together some of our SAMCRO faves – Ron Perlman (Clay), Tommy Flanagan (Chibbs), Mark Boone Junior (Bobby), Kim Coates (Tig), and Ryan Hurst (Opie) from the hit series Sons of Anarchy.
Get your cosplay ready and arm yourself for the zombie apocalypse, because Walker Stalker is invading the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center this weekend. The fan convention, which started back in 2012, serves as a traveling celebration to AMC’s hit series The Walking Dead as well as all things genre. Walker Stalker welcomes over 30 celebrity guests, features panels and Q&As with the stars on their Main Stage, a cosplay contest, and all the merchandise you need for the holiday season. If you’re in the tri-state area and need a Comic Con fix, then head over to Edison, NJ for Walker Stalker.
The story of Jackson “Jax” Teller (Charlie Hunnam) may be over on Sons of Anarchy, but another biker gang that existed in FX’s motorcycle drama is getting ready to be a series of its own. Following the success of the series and making his screenwriting debut with Southpaw, creator Kurt Sutter is prepping for a spinoff centered on the Mayans, a gang that played a vital role in the original series, which ended back in December of last year.
Welcome to the first edition of The Digital Wire of 2015! This week we’ve got some cool new release news for your perusing pleasure. The holiday rush is over and the Oscar race is well underway. What better way to show defiance in the face of a group of smug multimillionaires suffering from “affluenza” than to watch the kind of movies that would send the average Academy voter screaming out of the theater? I’ve still never seen The Artist!
Below you’ll find info on several future home video releases complete with technical specs, release dates, and links to pre-order at Amazon. We would greatly appreciate it if you use those links to order because a small percentage of each order helps keep this website running at max power. The cover art for certain titles has yet to be finalized.