New GreenLight Releases: High School Teacher to Meth Kingpin Edition

It's not a secret that LaLD is a little enamored with Greenlight's diecasts. From Group B Enthusiast and his GL Muscle hawl, RockyClock's glowing review of the Chevy Impala and Airstream set, Frosted's awesome Smokey and the Bandit collection, and the thorough drubbing GL gave to Hot Wheels in my comparison review of… »3/11/15 2:48pm3/11/15 2:48pm


Better Call Saul's Crappy Suzuki Esteem Is An Inspired Choice

During its five season run, Breaking Bad had the best cars on television. (These days that award probably goes to Archer, of course.) None of Breaking Bad's cars were flashy, high-end exotics like some Michael Bay movie, they were just unusual, fascinating choices that seemed to suit the people who drove them. I'm… »2/10/15 2:20pm2/10/15 2:20pm

How One Man Picks The Perfect Cars For Breaking Bad

If you watch the awesome AMC original series Breaking Bad you know that the last episodes launch this Sunday, and that cars are as much a part of the series as the actors. Finding such perfect cars takes not only the business acumen of a car dealer, but the eyes of a casting director. Dennis Milliken is that guy. »8/09/13 1:10pm8/09/13 1:10pm

How Chrysler Is Using A Meth-Cooking Murderer To Sell Cars

The main character in AMC's show Breaking Bad is Walter White, a formerly mild-mannered high school chemistry teacher turned cancer patient turned meth cook and ruthless murderer. No matter how much of a badass he is, he isn't exactly someone we'd consider an ideal role model or a good "get" for a product endorsement. »8/08/12 12:00pm8/08/12 12:00pm

We Talk To The Cast Of Breaking Bad About Science, Swearing, And Saul Goodman

Tomorrow, the acclaimed "high school chemistry teacher turned meth kingpin" drama Breaking Bad returns for its final stretch of episodes. But at the San Diego Comic-Con today, the show's cast and creator Vince Gilligan were on hand to answer io9's most quasi-pressing questions. Here's what we learned. »7/14/12 6:35pm7/14/12 6:35pm

A Real Life Breaking Bad Character Reveals The Secret Life Of A Meth Cook

Methamphetamine use has declined over the past couple of years, but it's still a big problem in America. The 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that more than 350,000 people used the drug regularly. The Drug Enforcement Agency arrested nearly 31,000 people, reporting 10,000 meth lab incidents that year.… »6/15/12 2:00pm6/15/12 2:00pm