The Walking Dead
He may be gone, but he's certainly not forgotten, as evidenced by this new "The Walking Dead" tribute video AMC has released in honor of the Governor. See David Morrissey and the cast and crew look back on the rise and fall of one of the show's greatest villains.
He first appeared in Issue #100 of The Walking Dead comics and killed off a much beloved character by wielding "Lucille," his baseball bat covered in barbed wire. We're talking, of course, about Negan, and if you're wondering when we might see him on the TV show...
There's no question about it; Telltale Games' The Walking Dead Season One was one of the single most visceral gaming experiences we've had in a long time. Season Two is just around the corner, and we have a look at it here for you.
Get an Early Look at New Walking Dead Merchandise from Diamond Select Toys Including Minimates Series 5
"The Walking Dead" TV show may be on hiatus, but the hit comic book series keeps rolling along, and Diamond Select Toys has allowed us to unveil some new products based on Robert Kirkman's original creation. Read on for the first look at Minimates Series 5 and more!
It's going to be a long, cold winter while we wait for the February 9th return of "The Walking Dead," but in the meantime we have a preview and a clip from the show's mid-season premiere to tide us over.
We said good-bye to several people in last night's mid-season finale of "The Walking Dead," Episode 4.08, entitled "Too Far Gone"; and now its time to pay homage with these behind-the-scenes and making-of videos and tributes.
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The Governor is back. No matter how he tried to suppress that part of him, his true nature came bubbling back up. On tap right now is a sneak peek of next Sunday's mid-season finale, "Too Far Gone," and a couple new images from the episode.
Now that we have seen more of our favorite one-eyed villain in his natural environment in tonight's episode of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead," it's time to take a look inside Episode 4.07, "Dead Weight."
The casting news continues for "The Walking Dead" Season 4 as "Greek" alum Andrew J. West has boarded the AMC series based on Robert Kirkman's comics. But wait! There's more!
It's hard to believe we're already approaching the halfway point of "The Walking Dead" Season 4 with just two episodes left until the show's winter break. Also hard to believe is how tiny this new sneak peek of Episode 4.07, "Dead Weight," is. Grab your magnifying glass, and check it out!
"The Walking Dead" continues to be a ratings giant for AMC, so it's unlikely that the network has thought twice about its decision to remove original showrunner Frank Darabont from the production. Darabont has moved on, however, and while promoting his upcoming series "Mob City," the little zombie show that could might've come up.
David Morrissey has been making the rounds in the wake of this week's Governor-centric episode of "The Walking Dead." During a chat with Conan O'Brien he opened up about the show's shooting challenges, and what he thinks of AMC's "Mad Men" as a result.
We learned a lot about the whereabouts of a certain one-eyed villain in last night's episode of the hit AMC series "The Walking Dead," and right now you can take a look inside Episode 4.06 and also a peek ahead at what's next.
Given the immense popularity of "The Walking Dead," a spin-off series was only a matter of time. IGN caught up with creator Robert Kirkman, who shed a bit of light on what to expect once it arrives.