After four years of gore-soaked action and ho-hum character development, AMCís The Walking Dead is gearing up for its most hardcore season yet. And while magazine covers arenít exactly the best way to show off moments of zombie violence and angsty despair, Entertainment Weekly is putting out four collectible Walking Dead covers for their next issue.
Previous teasers for The Walking Dead Season 5 seem to be focusing on the threat posed to Rick and his group by the people at Terminus. The latest teaser reminds us that there's also that pesky zombie problem plaguing the world...
Earlier this month, The Walking Dead fans were abuzz over a question comic creator and series executive producer Robert Kirkman addressed pertaining to Daryl's unspecified sexuality in the AMC zombie drama.
In other words, don't mess with Rick Grimes or his family. Some seriously tough, powerful and scary people have done just that and paid the price. By the smile on his face, it looks like Gareth's pretty amused with Rick's threat...
The Walking Dead's latest teaser may only be ten seconds long, but it's ten seconds of creepiness and terror to remind us that the zombie drama is poised to return for its anticipated fifth season in a matter of months.
Is it possible that The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon might be gay? From what TWD comic-creator Robert Kirkman says on the matter, "It's been discussed." And it sounds like this is a topic that may be addressed in the show at some point.
Following the release of the first trailer for Season 5 of The Walking Dead, fans were left to dig through the excellently suspenseful and thrilling footage to see what clues the video might offer as to the fate of Rick Grimes and his group, who were last seen
Following the Walking Dead panel in Hall H at Comic-Con in San Diego last week, we had the opportunity to sit with the cast and writers to talk about what's ahead for Season 5 of the zombie drama.
The Walking Dead regularly emphasizes the bonds that form between two characters. During the seriesí fourth season, Beth and Darylís budding friendship came to the surface as the two were paired up in the post-prison exodus arc.
Get ready for it, The Walking Dead fans. When the AMC zombie drama returns for its fifth season, the opening scene is said to be seriously intense. In fact, from what we were told at Comic-Con by some of the cast and writers, it sounds like the first six minutes of Season 5 are going to be brutal.
The Walking Dead panel at Comic-Con is underway, and as we hoped, the AMC drama gave us our first trailer for the highly anticipated fifth season of the zombie drama. Hopefully AMC will get that video online soon enough, but in the meantime, hereís what we sawÖ (Spoilers ahead!)
Image Comics only released the first issue of Outcast a month ago today, but Cinemax first got involved back in November of last year, when they acquired the spec script. Itís Kirkmanís first pilot, and heís the perfect person for the job.
When it comes to show floor displays at San Diego Comic-Con, The Walking Dead can usually be relied on to provide a pretty fantastic zombie-filled display and this year is no exception. We passed by the booth during Preview night and grabbed some photos of the set-up. As you can see in the image above, the train-track tunnel featured in the fourth season of The Walking Dead was part of the set-up for the walk through and photo opportunity for fans of the AMC drama.
The Walking Dead Season 5 has a new banner, and just in time for Comic-Con. The latest artwork for the AMC zombie drama depicts some of the main characters in handcuffs inside the train car. And unsurprisingly, their eyes are on the exit.
The new still from The Walking Dead is one of those great and terrible teases that we're not sure we're ready to see, because we're way too far away from the premiere of The Walking Dead to be worrying that something might happen to...