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With all the speculation about who is going to die next Sunday, and rumors are rampant with both Reedus and McBride scheduled to sit on the couch of Talking Dead, just after the 90 minute season finale next week. From what I have seen, the rumors about who is leaving the show is running a close second to who might show up. Fans are hot for Neeman, from the book, who is a super bad guy that makes the Governor look like a pussy cat. Speaking as someone who stopped reading the books when the show first aired, I've been waiting five years to get some spoiler free shows! We are not quite there yet but, almost.

That is why I am wondering why none of the speculation has talked about Rick's dream? He was knocked out in the books as well on TV last week. Kirkman pulled a very interesting twist in his long running comic book. While the comic book is usually in black and white, Rick's dream was a special section with several colored pages. In this dream, and it left you wondering about a few things, all his dead friends have returned as superhero's. They tell him the zombies are the first wave on an alien invasion and they, his fallen comrades, all 'died' as a ruse to stop the aliens. Of course, in the comic book world I suppose that is far from the strangest thing that has ever happened but, this is TV right? The writers of TWD brought up the imaginary telephone calls, although a bit early in the plot, so, why not the dream?

It is something to think about when we get our cliffhanger ending, you know? The producers of the show have put out a lot of interviews in the past week. They know the death of the popular Daryl character would cause near riots (although admittedly just on line). Given their past record of toying with fans, it just seems to me that Rick's dream offers them a very interesting opportunity. What if the TWD decides to pull a Bobby Ewing on us? For those that don't remember, he was a popular character on the old night time soap Dallas. He died for a season and then was brought back when it was revealed that his death had all be a dream by his wife. What if Heard, Kirkman, and Nicitero have decided to pull a Bobby on us, using Daryl in his place? I would not put it past them. It is a thought to ponder as we sit down for the season cliffhanger.

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bmovievillain
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Welcome to Bmovievillain's Cliffhangers on Deviant Art. This is where I display most of my works that relate to really bad movies with villains, hero's, and damsels in distress. Everything here is original as this is more a homage to the genre than any specific film. The pictures you see here are called renders. I create them using computer programs, such as Poser, Daz, and a few others. They are not manipulations or photoshops. I create virtual 3 Dimensional models out of wire frame polygons, paint them, and then "snap a picture" of the scene I have created in the virtual computer world. That's what a render is. The models you see here are mostly of real people that I have recreated virtually by free hand and a good old fashioned eye ball.

This page is not for the faint of heart. If you are a minor, are offended by nudity, violence, or computer art then don't bother. If you think that danger and adventure are fun and sexy, then this is page is most likely for you. You can also find a variety of stories here. Most fit into the B Movie genre although a few do not. There is always new material here along with many of my classic pictures from my yahoo days. There is an extensive library so, I hope you enjoy!
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KaitlynMorris Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2015  New member
Lovely page you have =)
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Jessica42 Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2015   Writer
Thank you for watching.
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LithiumLoki Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015
And you do it very well.
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assistantann Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2014
lenigrad666 most if not all his models are based on real women, not all of us are rails some are sexier with curves. So enjoy the pictures you like and leave the others for those that enjoy them too. oh and thanks for the comment and veiwing.
Ann
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bmovievillain Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Recommend?
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bmovievillain Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Glad you enjoy my work. Just a comment on your suggestions. First, all of the models you see are made from real people. I don't control what they look like, I just make digital models of them. They are what they are. Second, there are plenty of slave girl pictures here but the majority of my audience wants peril, of which there is not any major sources on the net. I serve that community first and foremost even if I do quite a bit of variety.
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Leningrad666 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2014
Like your first class artwork.  However, I suggest:  (1) young women be a little less plump and with somewhat smaller breasts, (2) you get away from the "distress" theme in favor of young female slaves in the ancient world. 
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Mdyck09 Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014
one of my favorite galleries on da
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TaraThorson Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi, I really Heart  your work. Can I recommend CaptainZammo, YvonneCraig, and CatwomanOfTheSouth to you.
Passion with Heart  Tara Kiss Kiss Kiss .
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netrap Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014
    To quote Bob Wills--"You're a man after my own heart--with a razor!"

    As a writer (on several Yahoo groups) who likes to come up with ingenious perils, I have to appreciate somebody who has a similar talent.  And while you do rely on some of the time-tested tropes, you sometimes find something new to do with them. 
   
    As I am more interested in the perils themselves, rather than the sweet young things you put in them, I must tell you that I check you out every day to see what you have devised.  I am tempted to steal from you for some of my prose works.  You're that good!
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