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Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 2 years 50 weeks ago

AMC Renews Kevin Smith's Comic Book Men For Season Two

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1665 The show we here at Cosmic Book News loved to hate, AMC and Kevin Smith's Comic Book Men, has been renewed for a second season.

I should reword that and state, "the show we loved to hate for the first half of the season," because in all honestly Comic Book Men did improve with the remaining few episodes.

AMC announced the renewal of the second season of Comic Book Men today, which centers around Smith's New Jersey comic shop, Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash.

"Pinch my fat ass, 'cause I must be dreaming! A thousand thank you's wouldn't cover the gratitude I'm feeling right now. And as you might imagine, everyone at SModcast Pictures is in love with everyone at AMC today! Rest assured, Walt, Bry, Mike, Ming and I are suited up and ready to hit the ice for our second season with Team AMC," Smith said at AMC.com.

In related news, Chris Hardwick's Talking Dead has been renewed for a second season as well. The live call-in talk show focuses on AMC and Robert Kirkman's hit show, The Walking Dead.

AMC stated both Comic Book Men and Talking Dead will consist of 16 half-hour episodes. More than likely they will be on the same schedule as last year, Sundays with The Walking Dead and feature split seasons as well.

Cosmic Book News will keep you updated when more becomes available.

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