The ‘Breaking Bad’ Cast Reunited At Comic Con and It Has Us Feeling All The Feels

More than a decade ago, AMC and Vince Gilligan introduced the world to Walter White. And television was never the same. Breaking Bad became a phenomenon that, despite the five-year lapse between the finale and San Diego Comic Con 2018, still garners excitement and praise. 

For the ten-year anniversary, the cast reunited at San Diego’s premier comic convention. Among the appearances were the chemistry professor himself, Bryan Cranston; his accomplice, Aaron Paul; the stone-faced drug kingpin Giancarlo Esposito; and the amazing supporting cast of characters caught up in the blue meth craze.

Yes, that’s Paul’s daughter dressed in White and Jesse’s signature meth-making protective gear.

The reunion drew plenty of fan reactions and revealed a lot about the show’s five-year run, including behind-the-scenes tidbits and jokes played between the actors.

The reunion panel came with some information about the future of the Breaking Bad spin-off, Better Call Saul, including potentially good news for fans of Dean Norris’ Hank, White’s DEA agent brother-in-law.

There is no doubt that people still love Breaking Bad and clamor for it when the opportunity arises. The 10-year reunion was that opportunity.

The soundbite of the event came from the show’s creator Gilligan, who just had to tease fans with the promise of even more Breaking Bad in the future.

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