The Walking Dead
Here's a happy surprise... Showrunner Glen Mazzara is kicking ass with AMC's "The Walking Dead", taking the reins after Frank Darabont's highly controversial dismissal. Dare we say it; the last two episodes have been the best of the season. So what surprises lay ahead?
Ever wonder how the CGI masters at Stargate Studios fill in the gaps between reality and what you see on TV during "The Walking Dead"? Then this Visual Effects Breakdown video is for you! And once you're done with that, we have another sneak peek of Episode 2.10, "18 Miles Out".
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Scott Wilson (Hershel Greene); a Sneak Peek of Episode 2.10 - 18 Miles Out
In last night's episode of "The Walking Dead", seeds were sown for the inevitable Rick vs. Shane showdown, and we can't wait! But first here's a Q&A with Scott Wilson, who plays Hershel, and a sneak peek of upcoming Episode 2.10, "18 Miles Out".
Telltale Games and The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman have unveiled new screenshots from the upcoming game, a new online talk show that follows the creation of the game (Playing Dead), and a new website dedicated to the game.
Zombies sure are popular these days - so popular, in fact, that AMC’s February 12th mid-season premiere of “The Walking Dead” became the strongest telecast for any drama in basic cable history. To celebrate, we have a few stills from the upcoming Episode 2.09, "Triggerfinger".
Okay, fans of "The Walking Dead"... Here's the horror collectibles moment you've been waiting for! A look at what new walkers are coming our way and more. Prepare to drool!
The Walking Dead: Q&A with Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes); a Sneak Peek of Episode 2.09 - Triggerfinger
One thing's for sure after last night's return of "The Walking Dead": Rick Grimes is finally becoming as badass on TV as he is in the comics! Here's a Q&A with actor Andrew Lincoln, who portrays Grimes, along with a look at next week's Episode 2.09, "Triggerfinger".
Gaia Online is currently running a promotion with AMC's "The Walking Dead" via which you can create your very own zombie avatar inspired by the show or even make your very own survivor complete with all the accessories needed to survive the zombie apocalypse.
Toy Fair 2012 runs February 12-15 in New York City's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, but you many have noticed that we've gotten a bit of a jump on things. On tap for you now we have a look at JAKKS Pacific's "The Walking Dead" Deluxe TV Game and its S.L.U.G. Zombies line.
We've seen some extremely cool packaging for DVD and/or Blu-ray releases over the years, but we have to say that the case designed by McFarlane Toys for "The Walking Dead" Season 2 Special Edition Blu-ray pretty much takes the cake.
After a long day of over forty news stories, you may have forgotten about The Walking Dead lawsuit filed against Robert Kirkman. Today the man himself issued a response.
Seriously, man. When something dies, why not play with it? You can make it do anything you want! We should be taking advantage of situations like this!
Launching this Sunday, February 12th, at 9:00 pm is "The Walking Dead Story Sync", a web-based application playable on tablet devices and computers that allows viewers to interact with other viewers and the show during the premiere broadcasts of Season 2 of “The Walking Dead.”
Sometimes you just never know. You're keeping your head down, working hard, trying to make everything that you work on solid, and before you know it, your ass lands in court. Such is the case with The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman.
Some pretty interesting details concerning the upcoming Season 3 of AMC's "The Walking Dead" hit the Internet today along with a bit of news clarifying who won't be playing the Governor on the show.