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ComicCon: Chuck



No, I'm not at ComicCon in San Diego--I'm not cool enough for that. Yes, times have changed, geek-volved so much that the stuff I was deemed uncool for as a teen (collecting, literally, thousands of comic books) now makes San Diego the epicenter of cool. San! Diego! ---

Anyway, I've just run across a ComicCon '09 report about the unveiling of a new Chuck promo poster, and it's a good 'un. The best news to be gathered from this retro-theatrical piece is, even though NBC slashed the budget of the show in order to keep it on the air, all of the characters (read: paid actors) seem to be onboard--and Jeff still has his keytar! Sweet.