Telltale Games has released a new episode of Playing Dead, in which the developers discuss behind-the-scene details of the final episode, No Time Left. As an added treat, players also get a bonus episode with Terry McGovern, who plays Larry in The Walking Dead.
The other day we got a sneak peek of the cover art for Issue #3 of The Walking Dead, The Official Magazine, and now we have some details on what content the publication will include along with a look at its alternative artwork.
It won't be available until March of next year, but thanks to EW we have an early look at Issue #3 of The Walking Dead, The Official Magazine, which features two fans favorites as we've never seen them before!
A retail version of The Walking Dead has hit store shelves for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The video game won Game of the Year at Spike's 2012 Video Game Awards and is nominated for the same honor by several other platforms.
Telltale Games has revealed that fans will be able to get a box set of The Walking Dead on disc on December 11, 2012. This comes just in time for the holidays and will make a great gift for any horror fan! Read on to learn how you can pick up a regular or limited edition copy.
Bummer news, fiends! We got word yesterday that AMC has decided to pull the plug on tonight's special fan viewing party of "The Walking Dead" at the Muvico Theaters in Thousand Oaks.
Talk about suffering! That'll be us fans of "The Walking Dead" after Sunday night when we have to wait until freakin' February for the next episode! In any event, here's another still from the mid-season finale: "Made to Suffer."
Dread Central Hosting Mid-Season Viewing Party for The Walking Dead THIS SUNDAY in Thousand Oaks, CA!
Hey, California area "Walking Dead" fans; get ready for something truly epic this Sunday night! Dread Central's Heather Wixson will be hosting a mid-season finale Watch Party for "The Walking Dead" at the Muvico Theaters in Thousand Oaks this Sunday, December 2nd.
With "No Time Left" the first season of Telltale Games' take on The Walking Dead has come to a startling and melancholy close, and in doing so, the studio and the series have established themselves as the benchmark in video game storytelling.
There's no doubt that "The Walking Dead" has invaded every facet of pop culture as we know it, spawning hundreds of bits of merchandise, its own talk show, etc., the reason being that it's some of the best damned storytelling you're likely to find anywhere. But let's look at the lighter side...
It's time for the mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead," and considering the episode, entitled "Made to Suffer," was written by creator Robert Kirkman, we're pretty sure it's gonna be a rough one!
We are just a few days away from the release of the Season Finale of The Walking Dead from Telltale Games, and on tap right now is the official trailer from Episode Five: No Time Left. Don't forget to wipe the drool away when you're done watching.
CONTEST CLOSED! Read the First Three Chapters of The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury Here; Enter to Win a Zombie Library Prize Pack
The only place to find the dreaded Governor's back story is in The Walking Dead: Rise of The Governor and The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury, and we have the first three chapters of the latter right here.
With less than one week until the launch of the Season Finale of The Walking Dead from Telltale Games, we're happy to share the first screenshot from Episode Five: No Time Left.