By Peter Lesser (staff@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Jul 08, 2013 11:38 AM EDT

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Production on the upcoming season of "The Walking Dead" is in full swing. Later this month, fans will have the opportunity to hear from the cast during this year's San Diego Comic-Con, where plenty of details on season 4 will be revealed. Fans are eager to hear more on what's to come, but what they want most is a trailer. In this day and age, reading and hearing are often insufficient. They want visuals. They want to see what the action is going to look like. They want to stare into the eyes of a soulless zombie. That's what will satisfy their "Walking Dead" itch prior to the season 4 premiere in october and now it looks like they're getting what they want.

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Well, sort of. A mock trailer featuring The Governor is now storming the Internet. Although the creator posted the video to YouTube back in April, it's just now picking up steam. The trailer shows The Governor will a wide grin on his face while he dances and twirls around set while singing a jubilant tune. At the end, an eerie reminder of his inner demon reads, "Don't try to kill The Governor or he kill you and kill you again."

What's most surprising about the video is that The Governor actually has some moves. He's got rhythm and he proves it. The choreography is well done and the song fits perfect into the humorous aesthetic, the irony of which is attracting fans.

"It's actually weird seeing him not killing someone, and even being happy!" commented one viewer.

"Wow first scene where he's not lying or plotting to kill Rick," wrote another.

While the clip is all good and fun, fans are still desperately waiting for for an official trailer. Hopefully the "Walking Dead" panel at Comic-Con will cater to their requests, but we'll just have to wait and see.

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