‘Sons of Anarchy’ fans want their own spin on the show
The Sombra, the vampire slayer in the new HBO show, is not the only one who needs a new look.
But fans who love the show’s original, gritty portrayal of the underworld may also want to get creative with the show.
The Sombras were created by the late comic book writer Joe Kelly and drawn by the cartoonist Dan Slott.
A Sombranis revival will likely be a must-see for many fans of the show, but it will be a little harder to find than its predecessors.
There will be new cast members, but the show will be set in the 1990s, and the character will still be part of the Sombreans world.
Fans of the series who aren’t sure what to do with themselves will also be faced with a new dilemma.
How do you get fans to get excited about a show that’s set in a different time period?
It won’t be easy, but Kelly and Slott have been working on the story for years and they have their work cut out for them.
Kelly, who also created the original Sombar, said the show would not be a reboot.
“Sombra was about vampires, it was about being vampires,” Kelly said.
“I would never do a reboot of a character who was such a part of my world.
I wouldn’t have the same connection to the people that I love and I wouldn.
I would be making a character that I could never be.
It was a huge part of who I was.”
The show’s producers are also working on a sequel, and Kelly said he is currently working on his next book.
But fans who are still on board with the original are likely to be disappointed.
They may have been excited for a reboot, but now they have to wait until the series finale for the Sobranis to return.
There will also likely be another re-imagining of the original gang, a character named Somban who would have been played by Mark Hamill.
It is unclear if Hamill would be cast in the Sombs remake, but his character, a ruthless businessman, is a big fan favorite.
Sombran was a character from the first season, and there was some speculation that he was going to be killed off, but he survived the end of the first half of the season.
In the new show, Sombrans are not as powerful as they were in the original series.
The Sobra and Sombans have also had to adjust to living in a post-apocalyptic world, where humans have become extinct.
For fans of Kelly’s work, the new incarnation is not necessarily a bad thing.
But if you’re not sure whether to keep watching or to pick up a new series, here are five things to know about the new Sombrans.