Raccoon City

August 7, 2015

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Raccoon City
Posted August 7, 2015 at 12:05 am

I swear, the Walking Dead crew needs to get their asses up here and film some scenes in White Flint. It's absolutely perfect for a zombie apocalypse set. It's also pretty dangerous from the looks of it.

Sooooooo maybe not such a good idea.

MOUSE OVER

Finger across the throat means death!

PANEL 1

Bodie looks through the entrance glass.

BODIE

Kane, does “White Flint” mean Raccoon City in some language that I don’t know?

KANE (on the phone)

Nah, man. It’s just a dead mall.

 

PANEL 2

Shot of the decrepit interior.

BODIE

Dude, there’s dead and there’s apocalyptic.

KANE (on the phone)

Well, it’s been dead for years. In spirit, anyway. Now it’s a physical embodiment of its sadness.

 

PANEL 3

Cecily walks up.

CECILY

Oh, hey, Bodie. I was hoping to catch you before… uh… well, before you saw this.

BODIE

Gotta run, Kane. Hey, Cecily. Um, did you know that your mall is dead?

 

PANEL 4

Cecily nervously replies and gestures to Lord & Taylor.

CECILY

Weeeeelll, uh, we’re still here.

 

MOUSE OVER

Finger across the throat means death!

PANEL 1

Bodie looks through the entrance glass.

BODIE

Kane, does “White Flint” mean Raccoon City in some language that I don’t know?

KANE (on the phone)

Nah, man. It’s just a dead mall.

 

PANEL 2

Shot of the decrepit interior.

BODIE

Dude, there’s dead and there’s apocalyptic.

KANE (on the phone)

Well, it’s been dead for years. In spirit, anyway. Now it’s a physical embodiment of its sadness.

 

PANEL 3

Cecily walks up.

CECILY

Oh, hey, Bodie. I was hoping to catch you before… uh… well, before you saw this.

BODIE

Gotta run, Kane. Hey, Cecily. Um, did you know that your mall is dead?

 

PANEL 4

Cecily nervously replies and gestures to Lord & Taylor.

CECILY

Weeeeelll, uh, we’re still here.

 

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