AMC is keeping the hype wheel spinning fast and furiously for the upcoming return of their hit series based upon the Robert Kirkman zombie epic, "The Walking Dead". That's right, kids! Time to once again go behind-the-scenes, this time with the man himself!
Frank Darabont Talks the Introduction of Michonne and the Possibility of Stephen King and Joe Hill's Involvement
Expectations are high for the thirteen-episode second season of Frank Darabont's television adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic for AMC, "The Walking Dead", and fans everywhere are wondering just what Season Two will hold. Read on for a few more details.
One of the things that had fans frazzled after the conclusion of AMC's "The Walking Dead" Season One was the announcement that the entire writing staff was being replaced. Of course things were blown out of proportion a bit, and now, months later, Frank Darabont sheds more light on the situation. In an interview with Deadline Darabont dropped the following on hungry fans:
With Season 2 of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead" now filming in Atlanta, the first bit of new casting news has finally come. That's right, kids! Get ready to find out who the latest survivor to join the cast will be.
As per usual, AMC is keeping a steady stream of goodies coming for their upcoming second season of "The Walking Dead". Next up? A behind-the-scenes video guaranteed to get the old ticker pumping.
The unmerciful madman who created one of the single greatest living dead properties ever in The Walking Dead has taken time out recently to share his insight on Season Two of the hit AMC show and more! Read on for the goods! From the AMC Walking Dead Blog
It's been a couple of months since we've heard anything about Telltale Games' video game adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead, but with E3 winding down, there was bound to be something, right? That's right, kids! Game Informer nabbed the first three bits of concept art. But wait ... there's a twist ...
Robert Kirkman, the Eisner Award-winning creator of The Walking Dead and Invincible, is the first guest to be announced for this year’s New York Comic Con, which will take place at the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City from Thursday, October 13–Sunday, October 16, 2011.
Finally a good look at McFarlane's action figure line for The Walking Dead has hit the net and we've got all the gory and full painted goods waiting right here to hit you in the brain like a wooden splinter through the eye socket! Check out all the info below via Entertainment Earth. Hit up the site (link below) to get your orders in NOW!
Fans of AMC's "The Walking Dead" got another treat today as the network released an additional 20 behind-the-scenes stills from Season One.
It was during last year's San Diego Comic-Con that we first got word on Witch Doctor, the debut original comic being published by Robert Kirkman’s Image Comics’ Skybound, and now that WonderCon in San Francisco is just a few days away, more news on Issue #1 is leaking out. From the Press Release:
It may not be as well known as San Diego Comic-Con, its Southern California counterpart, but the San Francisco WonderCon is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year as one of the country's best comics and popular arts events. On the fence about attending? Here's a rundown of what genre fans can look forward to at the show.
It's going to be loooong spring and summer while we wait for Season Two of "The Walking Dead" to debut, but to help ease the pain, AMC has released a batch of 20 new behind-the-scenes stills from Season One. Read on to relive the memories!
Last Friday, March 4th, AMC ran a marathon showing of Season One of "The Walking Dead" and, as part of the event, aired a new series of roundtable interviews with "The Walking Dead" creative team that started with a look at the opening scene of Episode 1 and ended with a discussion of the training and choreography that went on in the show's zombie school.
As promised in his report from the 2011 Paleyfest panel for "The Walking Dead", our man on the scene Andrew Kasch has provided us with video of the event, which you can see right here!