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SDCC '22: Attack Peter and 'The Walking Dead: Last Mile'

We close out our Comic-Con coverage chatting with Attack Peter, Felicia Day, Yvette Nicole Brown, and 'The Walking Dead: Last Mile' crew.

We conclude our San Diego Comic-Con International coverage with a massive Skybound Entertainment celebration. In part one of this week's episode, we're joined by Attack Peter, the master artist and Kaiju-wrangler, who nearly brought the house down during the Up From the Depth's: Toho's Godzilla panel. His new, titanic creation Takoro: The Last Dorokis on the verge of worldwide domination, and we already want all the toys even before his Kickstarter campaign has launched.

In this episode's second half, we chat with the crew (Jacob Navok, Jessica Woodard, and Mike Rogers) and hosts (Felicia Day and Yvette Nicole Brown) behind The Walking Dead: Last Mile, the massively interactive live event which recently launched on Facebook. Our conversation dives immediately into the philosophical and societal anxiety fueling this latest chapter in The Walking Dead franchise. It's the kind of conversation you could only have on Comic Book Couples Counseling.

This year's Comic-Con was unlike any previous SDCC, and we are thankful to take a moment and reflect on the experience. After three years away, we are overcome with gratitude regarding the new and old friends we were able to meet in person this year. We're deeply proud of the six episodes we created around the event and profoundly thankful to all of you who listened and shared them with your friends. Let's do it again next year.

Make sure to track down Attack Peter via his Twitter and Instagram. You can back Takoro: The Last Dorok on his Kickstarter page when it launches, and until then you can click the "Notify Me On Launch" function. Oh heck, just go surf his Linktre.

You can join The Walking Dead: Last Mile through their Facebook page. You can follow Felicia Day via her Twitter and Instagram. You can follow Yvette Nicole Brown via her Twitter and Instagram. You can follow Jacob Navok via his Twitter. You can follow Mike Rogers via his Twitter.

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