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The Walker Stalkers: A Podcast for Fans of The Walking Dead

By James and Eric: Fans of The Walking Dead

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James and Eric are superfans of all things The Walking Dead. They are also creators of Walker Stalker Con. The podcast is made for fans of the TV show and comic book. This is a twice weekly podcast while The Walking Dead TV show is in season. The first show happens immediately after. We get initial reactions from James and Eric as well as you the fans. They take fan phone calls, interact with a chat room and read comments from their social media sites. And, then every Thursday, you receive a second episode featuring predictions for the upcoming week, possible spoilers, interview special celebrity guests and give the fans an update on their journey to become Zombie Extras on The Walking Dead. The Walker Stalkers is fun and interactive! You can 'stalk' James and Eric by visiting their website at

Customer Reviews

Lots of selling

These guys are energetic, enthusiastic, and a lot of times they're fun. But more often they're amateurish and over-the-top, like they're just trying really hard to be funny and fun. Feels a bit like the used car salesman approach to podcasting. They push hard on selling mugs and t-shirts based on "fun ideas," they ridicule people who give bad reviews, and in their latest contest, you have to give a five-star review to be eligible to win. Sketchy. They do a tired recap of the show with shallow analysis. They get great guests, but unfortunately, their interviews are hit-or-miss. On first listen, I thought I'd like this podcast more, but the schtick gets old quick.

I don't hate it.

Screaming children, complete lack of direction with story telling and worst of all misquoted facts about the show. You can do an outline before recording and have notes available, one of you is a lawyer all you do is take notes C'MON MAN! but, I don't hate it and will listen again

Expectations Adjusted

I began listening to this podcast in the very beginning, and was a huge, HUGE fan of the show. Had recommended it to every TWD fan I knew. But then, fairly recently, the hosts comments became crass and rude. I was really surprised. As a gay person, life is hard enough with comments that minimize or belittle my existence. My problem is that I don't look gay, and people assume I'm straight, so I'm frequently in the company of insensitive comments and laughs, and I say nothing. So here I am, anticipating my "happy moment" listening to this podcast, when one of the hosts comments about the new gay character, says that there was a loud outcry for a gay character in the show, and tells us "now simmer down." This is followed moments later by both hosts laughing about a caller's comment about seeing some "girl-on-girl action," and one of the hosts then reiterates this comments and they laugh again. My most intimate emotions - love, respect, relationship - and simply wanting to see someone like me - reduced to a pornographic term. The majority of the other podcasts handled the introduction of a gay character with professionalism - but not these two men. I was hurt, but continued to listen. Within the next weeks, they stereotyped gay males when trying to figure out if Darryl were gay. I don't care if he is or isn't, but the point is - they used antiquated stereotypes during the discussion. We live in a time when young people are bullied and commit suicide for either being, or simply being accused of homosexuality. Yet these men titter and laugh. Also, one of them has three times used the term "jungle love" when refering to Michonne having a relationship with Rick. Last, while so infrequent in the beginning, they pepper the conversation with stone-aged stereotypes, "all women want to see Rick on top of the bed," "all the ladies want to see him with his shirt unbuttoned to his belly button." I'm not sure why they think they can speak for all women. I responded to the gay comments, granted, with anger. How did they respond? One of them mentioned that someone had been angry, the other one told him not to talk about it, and then one of them read a comment that the person needed to "smoke weed." So, this is how these men deal with criticism of their show. "Smoke weed." I have no doubt that they will say that they're not racist, nor sexist, nor homophobic. They may believe that -- and in that case, need to have some education. Young people listening to this podcast may view their comments as licence to say or feel the same way. While they may be sitting in a basement, they've made their words accessible to the world. In my real world, I am not a protester, an activist, or even consider myself a feminist. I'm just me. And in being just "me" without labels or agenda, these gray-area, hurtful, denigrating comments that I hear on this podcast, are still so harmful - because you never know who is listening.

The Walker Stalkers: A Podcast for Fans of The Walking Dead
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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