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    Posted October 13, 2013 by
    ByHandMedia
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    New York Comic Con 2013

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     ByHandMedia told me the mood at the New York Comic Con 'Walking Dead' panel on the eve of the new season was electrifying: 'It was amazing, probably one of the best panels of the weekend. A lot of positive energy in the room. Everyone was super-excited about what’s happening. They actually introduced a new character [Sgt. Abraham Ford] based on the comic book – [Michael Cudlitz] walked up on the stage and started picking fights with the rest of the cast and no one knew who he was at first. Then he jumped up on stage and was announced as a new actor on the show. It was a great moment. The cast has such a great rapport so they kept it really light-hearted.'
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    I'm at New York Comic-Con again this year, doing interviews and photography for FilmFetish.com and MyFantasyArt.com. So far I've captured some wonderful moments and have a bunch of great stills and video to share. But I just had to share part of my coverage of The Walking Dead New York Comic-Con Panel for 2013, which was one of the best panels of the weekend. Listen carefully as Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman mentions a new character coming to the popular television show this season, who's based on a character from the original comic book series. Many more photos and video clips will be posted shortly. #NYCC #FilmFetish #MyFantasyArt #CNNNYCC
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