Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Left 4 Dead digital comics, Rickenbacker Bass, and Saw 3D

Valve published a comic where Bill from Left 4 Dead dies.
Today, I want you to help me out. I have been searching the internet about information on where to find the Left 4 Dead comics, but I have come up with absolutely NOTHING. I was wondering if anyone could help me find it, I really want to read it. The comic is a prequel to the Left 4 Dead 2 DLC "The Passing" in which, you discover that Bill from the first game has died. Vavle said something about a "digital comic". I've been searching all over the internet for information on this comic but have found out nothing. I swear I heard that you have to buy it from Gamestop or some other place. Please help me out if you can.

The Rickenbacker 4001JG
Now I wanna talk about this baby to my left, and once again I need your help. That my friends is a Rickenbacker 4001JG. I want one so bad, or at least be able to touch it. Too bad it costs an arm and a leg, but I'm pretty sure it has to be worth the money. Is there any bastard out there that owns a Rickenbacker bass? If so, could you post in the comments your thought on the bass and any problems you have with it? I'd Appreciate it. Also, one thing I noticed about these things, is that Guitar Center doesn't sell them. The Rickenbacker company has their own store where they sell their brand name guitars. Could someone explain in the comments what the deal is with that?
Picture of the first trap for Saw 3D

By the way, did you know that they showed the opening scene from Saw 3D at comic-con? I swear, no one tells me anything. I am very excited for Saw 3D even though I know for a fact it is going to suck. The Saw movies are really weird to me, just like the Final Destination movies, I know with each sequel the series gets worse but for some reason I always end up going to see it. Afterwards, I walk out of the theater all pissed because I wasted money and feeling stupid for ever paying for it. It's a real problem. Nonetheless, the link below explains the opening scene which involves a trap which is, as you can see on your right, showcased in public. I think that's an awesome idea and I can't wait for the movie (even though it will suck).



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