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Jon Bernthal of “The Walking Dead” on why he hates zombies

Emerald City Comicon starts today. There’s just too much going on there to list it all here. Read my interview with AMC’s “The Walking Dead” actor Jon Bernthal here. We talk about what it was like to film his final scene, his new projects, his misguided youth and why he hates zombies in real life.

Yesterday, we posted my interview with George Takei.

They are just two of the many media celebrities attending ECCC this weekend in Seattle. I’ll have more posts coming. Stay tuned.


George Takei leads star-studded roster at Emerald City Comicon

It all starts tomorrow: Three days of pop culture fandemonium at Emerald City Comicon.

Read my interview with George Takei here.

Tomorrow, we’ll publish an interview with Jon Bernthal of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.”

All weekend I’ll be blogging from ECCC and on Sunday I’ll interview James and Oliver Phelps on stage at 1 p.m. They’re the Weasley twins from the “Harry Potter” films.

In addition to Takei, Bernthal and the Phelps men other media stars include “Battlestar Galatica’s” Edward James Olmos and “Game of Thrones’ ” Jason Momoa. Most will be speaking at fan panels, signing autographs

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Zombies beware! ‘Walking Dead’ stars will defend Emerald City Comicon

Jon Bernthal

It has to be one of the most enthralling and scary shows on TV: AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Two of its stars, Jon Bernthal (Shane Walsh) and Laurie Holden (Andrea), are the latest announced guests at Emerald City Comicon in March.

“The Walking Dead” follows a group of survivors in the Atlanta area after a plague has turned most people into flesh-eating, rotting-while-walking zombies. The ragtag group veers from moments of panic to pastoral respite with all sorts of drama, twists and turns included.

Emerald City Comicon runs March 30-April 1 at the Washington State Convention Center.

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