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Can’t Wait Till Sunday’s Series Premiere? Check Out the ‘Better Call Saul’ Online Comic Book Right Now

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We knew about Better Call Saul before the final episode of Breaking Bad even aired. That was September, 2013. At the time we had no idea how empty our lives would be without Walt, Jesse, and the gang. But just a few months later, we were all jonesing for a fix. And even though we knew Better Call Saul wouldn't be Breaking Bad 2.owe knew it had to be better than nothing. So November 2014 could not come soon enough.

Then AMC went and pushed the debut of BCS from November 2014 to February 2015, and we all groaned. Could we possibly go another three months without a fix?

Now, though, Better Call Saul is finally here. The show, which stars Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banksas Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman and Mike Ehrmantraut, debuts this Sunday on AMC.

However, if you just don't think you can make it another two days, there is something you can do. You can go take a look at the Better Call Saul online comic book, Client Development, over on the AMC website.

Here's the cover, which is awesome:

Better Call Saul the comic book isn't a prequel to Better Call Saul the TV show. It's actually an extension of the Breaking Bad season two episode "Better Call Saul," and it explores the relationship between Goodman and Ehrmantraut—which is relevant to the new series.

It's also the most awesome promotional gimmick of all time.

Better Call Saul premiers Sunday at 10/9c on AMC. 



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