Exclusive: Breaking Bad's Limited Edition Comic- Con Poster Strongly Hints at Return of [Spoiler]

Breaking Bad‘s Comic-Con poster should be slapped with a giant spoiler warning.

The stark Season 5 graphic print features Walt and Jesse engaged in a fierce staring contest as a man that looks a lot like junkyard proprietor “Old Joe” proudly displays a huge industrial object.

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What does it all mean?! I have a strong hunch fans lucky enough to gain entry into next Saturday’s season premiere screening and Q&A at Con will find out. In the meantime, hit the comments with your own theories.

Important FYI: The extremely limited edition poster (only 200 were made!) will sell for $50 and be available beginning Saturday at the Golden Apple Comic/G1988 booth (No. 405). The cast (including leads Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul) and series creator Vince Gilligan are scheduled to do a signing at the Sony booth Saturday at 10 am.

Breaking Bad Season 5

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  1. JFritsch62 says:

    Changed my theory. No blackmail. They have to rebuild. This guy can get them the parts.

  2. dj says:

    the anticipation is unbearable!!! Anyway, by googling “junkyard magnet” it is obvious that it’s a magnet in this poster. What it’s going to be used for, I have no idea. Maybe to destroy Gus’ car? it’s still in the hospital parking lot so it would probably be a good idea to destroy that.

  3. Sam---Vamanos Pest control says:

    It’s funny seeing everyones comments on here and actually knowing what happens.. The episode is FANTASTIC! mind blowing.

  4. daniel pietrzak says:

    thier going to mexico…

  5. dj says:

    Well, I won’t spoil it for anyone, but unfortunately I was reading a review by Rob Owen in the Pitt Post Gazette and he completely spoiled it. Let’s just say that a couple people in these comments nailed it exactly. All I will say is that it is in fact a magnet.

  6. Marshall Mathers says:

    Looks like the top of a Dalek! Finally! A Doctor Who/Breaking Bad crossover!

  7. Jason Rogers says:

    that’s definitely a magnet. my guess is that walt and jesse need to destroy some evidence with that thing; a car, or perhaps something electronic (maybe gus’ computer that had video footage of them in the super-lab)

  8. crimsoncuda says:

    So we got a car wash and a junkyard magnet. What are the chances that these two will meet?

  9. damelo55 says:

    NU 517 FE,,,maybe the a piece of chemical equation!!! …..they are going from Meth to making a form of bath salts! And they are moving to Florida to sell.

    (Arent bath salts a molecular cousin of meth?)

    Actually no…i think it just describes the junkyard magnet. Fe probably means its made of iron. NU is a frequency ratio and 517 is probably the frequency or magnitude of the magnet. Sigh.

  10. Seriously no mention of the artist? His name is Jermaine Rogers and he’s an amazing talent. Although Breaking Bad is one of the most creative tv shows ever, it’s still just a tv show and let’s face it, many people are making serious bank from it. Jermaine works hard every day in service to his art and absolutely deserves credit for his work. You can find much more of his amazing work at his Website or facebook page