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Submitted by Crazay 406d ago | news

The Walking Dead Exclusive: Southland Stalwart Michael Cudlitz Lands Pivotal Comic Book Role

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Southland‘s Officer John Cooper has been promoted to Sergeant. That’s the good news. The bad news is he’s been reassigned to the zombie apocalypse! (Michael Cudlitz, The Walking Dead, TV)

Crazay  +   407d ago
OHHHH MAN!!!!! AWESOME!

Very good casting choice here and it excites me to no end to think about where this is going. Well done AMC. He is Abraham lifted right from the pages of the comic.
Lord_Sloth  +   406d ago
This is actually when I felt the comic started going downhill and started to lose my interest.
Anthotis  +   406d ago
Cudlitz sounds like a jew name.
Crazay  +   406d ago
are you serious dude? Does it matter or are you a lowlife?
aDDicteD  +   405d ago
looking forward on seeing him play abraham this season though abraham's inclusion can only mean one thing and that is the governor's arc might end some time this midseason which means a lot of shocking scenes.

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