The Walking Dead
With all the TV series heading to Hall H at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, there's barely room for the movies! Not that we're complaining since the biggest horror show on the airwaves is joining them. Yep, "The Walking Dead" panel will take over the hallowed hall on Friday, July 13th!
One character that fans of The Walking Dead comics are hoping will return to the TV series is Morgan Jones, portrayed by Lennie James; and according to a recent interview with James, that very well could transpire.
On July 11th the 100th issue of Robert Kirkman's zombie opus The Walking Dead is being released, and finally all 12 covers have been revealed. One is going to be pretty hard to get ahold of, however; read on for the details.
Time for another weekly Q&A from the set of "The Walking Dead". Today Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd describes sending Season 3's extras to zombie graduate school and predicts who would win in a walker vs. pirate battle.
Father's Day: the hallowed holiday where we celebrate dads everywhere, even the shining examples of fatherhood that see fit to terrorize their offspring as if they were the enemy. Wait! Those aren't the dads we want to celebrate! They're part of the problem!
Since being abandoned on a rooftop in Season 1, Merle Dixon has been the source of fervent fan speculation. (Where is he? Is he alive?) Today AMC confirms that Merle (Michael Rooker) will return in "The Walking Dead" Season 3.
While other sites are blatantly just ruining said spoiler by putting who or what it is in the headline, we're trying to preserve this detail for those of you who would rather not know. Go in blind or in the know? The choice is yours.
Ernest Dickerson, director of the Season 3 premiere of "The Walking Dead", recently chatted with AMCtv.com about introducing Michonne in all her glory, keeping zombies warm with fire, and a whole lot more. Read on for the early word on what's shambling our way next fall!
Here at Dread Central we go out of our way to keep spoilers from you. However, if you click on this particular story, then you know exactly what you're in for ... a reveal! If you want to go into "The Walking Dead" Season 3 blind (which we recommend), then good on ya! For everyone else...
Talk about timing! After just getting our first look at The Governor from AMC's "The Walking Dead" comes news that starting July 11th (SDCC's Preview Night), Skybound will make available an exclusive new t-shirt featuring the series' iconic villain's famous quote "Kill Them All!"
The first image of David Morrissey as The Governor in Season 3 of AMC's "The Walking Dead," is here, and as fans of the comic, we can't help but be a little disappointed. Mainly because Morrissey looks nothing like the nefarious and slimy madman we've all come to vehemently despise.
Episode One of The Walking Dead: A New Day (review here) was a rousing success for Telltale Games, selling over one million copies in its first two weeks and becoming their fastest selling title to date.
The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films will bestow its top honorary achievement awards on renowned director Frank Oz, The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, and actor James Remar on July 26th, when the Academy presents the 38th annual Saturn Awards.
And the toy company exclusives for this year's San Diego Comic-Con keep on coming! Today we have a look at what Diamond Select has in store for attendees, and while their list is a bit light on horror, we're including everything just so you'll be in the know and can plan accordingly.
It's not official yet, but thanks to some words from David Morrissey, the actor playing the dreaded Governor in Season 3 of "The Walking Dead", we can be fairly confident the series is heading to this year's SDCC. Now if only the powers-that-be would put them in Hall H!