We’re only a few weeks away from finding out who Negan killed at the end of last season of The Walking Dead. Before that, though, a new commercial gives us an idea of what the character will bring to the show beyond murder and a barbwire baseball bat.
Artist Anthony Petrie thinks the pop culture art scene has gotten a little stale. So many rehashes of the same ideas, same properties, with the same old techniques. This is art! Do something different! Be bold! And with his upcoming solo show—and a little help from the Predator—he’s doing just that.
An executive producer for The Walking Dead revealed that if NBC picked up the series instead of AMC, it might have become a procedural zombie crime drama, possibly without any actual zombies.
The Walking Dead’s heroes have already survived zombie hoards, cannibals, and being hit in the head by Negan (with one pending exception). But that’s apparently only the beginning of the shit that’s getting hurled their way.
The latest behind-the-scenes featurette for the second half of Season 2 of Fear The Walking Dead shows us what’s in store for our spinoff heroes. In short, they’re searching. What for remains to be seen, but let’s hope it’s a more cohesive story.
“In a world where ____ (vampires) have taken over the ____ (world), humanity must _____ (band together) to ____ (survive).”
The Walking Dead comic has been around for over a decade now. The behemoth series has yielded over a whopping 156 issues so far, and of course, shambled into alternate mediums with seven seasons of the Walking Dead show. But according to Kirkman, at one point the comic was going to be a lot shorter than it currently…
Watching Fear the Walking Dead, it’s difficult to not think about what’s happening on the other side of the continent. By that we mean Atlanta, the setting of the first Walking Dead show. Fear, of course, is a West Coast prequel set some time beforehand—but they’re both in the same universe.
Red Nose Day is a event put together by Comic Relief featuring a number of guests, all to raise money for children in need. This year, Walking Dead stars Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln took part, spoofing the opening credits for the Star Wars Holiday Special.
I’ve spend more time and money than I’m comfortable revealing on digital trading cards. Yes, cards that are just jpegs on my phone. We’ve explained the obsession in the past but, it’s a rising trend among collectors and now the card company Topps is tackling a new franchise: The Walking Dead.
Select members of The Backstreet Boys, N*Sync, 98 Degrees and O-Town battle zombies in the old West! The Flash crosses over to Supergirl! Wynona Earp premieres on Syfy! Archer returns for another season! All this, and the feature-length season finale of The Walking Dead, all on this week’s TV!
As The Walking Dead wraps up its sixth season, its shows no signs of stopping. The zombie apocalypse drama continues to be one of the most popular shows on television, and there are always new characters and settings to keep the story evolving. Even so, you have to wonder: How much longer can it go?
The director talks about the Batman v Superman mythos, and 300's future, too. Daisy Ridley confirms talks for Tomb Raider. David Benioff hypes the next season of Game of Thrones. Plus wild new Jungle Book cast pictures, and what to expect on tonight’s Flash, iZombie, and Agents of SHIELD. So many Spoilers!
This week’s television includes the series finales of the beloved Lost Girl, and the slightly less beloved Second Chance. Stitchers returns for a slightly retooled second season, while iZombie, Arrow and The Flash come back from hiatus! My body is ready—is yours? It’s all on This Week’s TV.
Castles, spaceships, maybe even a few animals, those are the typical things that will jump out as you turn the pages of most pop-up books. But when it’s a pop-up book about The Walking Dead, you instead get zombie heads that explode with incredibly gory details.
This Sunday, The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its sixth season, but let’s be honest—you don’t want to wait that long. AMC to the rescue! Thankfully, the network just posted the first four minutes of the premiere, and you can watch it here.
Thanks to its pervasiveness as both an incredibly long-running comic and one of the most popular shows on TV, The Walking Dead lends itself to a variety of merchandising opportunities. The least expected? A tabletop wargaming venture in the vein of Warhammer, Warmachine, or other games without “War” in the title.
AMC’s The Walking Dead is such a popular show, sometimes it’s easy to forget it’s based on a comic book. Even though the characters we know and love got started on the page, seeing them in that medium is still fun, especially through the eyes of Kirk Manley.
In news that surprises absolutely nobody, The Walking Dead has been renewed for a seventh season, according to Variety.
It’s easy to say Rick, Daryl or Michonne is your favorite character on The Walking Dead. But going into the sixth season, with a new set of tribulations on the way, another character who hasn’t gotten much screen time could become much more important: Olivia, who embodies Alexandria’s potential and peril.