It’s always interesting when two fandoms collide. This week, George R.R. Martin, who is notable for writing the A Song of Ice and Fire books as well as tirelessly promoting HBO’s Game of Thrones, put together some interesting advice for The Walking Dead.
Called “Cobalt” and “Fear the Walking Dead” at different points, the new show will kick off on the West Coast just as the zombie apocalypse is taking over, and Walking Dead fans will get their first look at it this weekend.
Rare is the plotline on The Walking Dead that goes completely left field from its comic book source material, but it seems like Robert Kirkman and showrunner Scott Gimple could be onto something starkly different with the introduction of the “walkers with Ws on their foreheads.” Here where we think they came from.
Following an episode that had a notable body count, the penultimate episode of Season 5 aimed for tension rather than blood. Oh, there was blood, but casualties were at a minimum as the fallout of "Spend" set in. That slowly blurring line between Rick’s people and the Alexandria natives, but that line as firmly drawn tonight.
Showrunner Scott Gimple has really started opening this world up unto itself in the latter half of Season 5, and with new characters and locations come more clues and hints for not only what’s ahead, but also what we’ve already experienced, such as this nifty Season 1 bit of foreshadowing.
Now we know a little bit more about what fans can expect to see from the Walking Dead spinoff, as creator Robert Kirkman has revealed the companion series will start off in the days before The Walking Dead. Back before Rick’s beard became a sentient being.
As it usually goes on The Walking Dead, the walkers played a big part in making things dangerous for the survivors. But it was a living and breathing character who did the most damage in "Spend." Spoilers ahead.
Spoilers if you're not caught up on The Walking Dead through "Spend." We're down to the final few episodes of The Walking Dead, so death is inevitable.
Spoilers ahead if you're not caught up on The Walking Dead through this week's "Forget" episode!
This week’s episode saw the characters sitting down to dinner, drinking beer, walking around picturesque settings and more. Carol even made cookies, although it was part of a larger plan. If you are wondering exactly how good those cookies were during Episode 13, look no further than this article.
Finally! After months of keeping pretty quiet about its plans for a Walking Dead spinoff drama, AMC has at last dropped the bomb that they’re definitely moving beyond the pilot stage with the new series. And they're apparently pretty confident about its success.
When the central survivors of The Walking Dead reached Alexandria a couple of weeks ago, audiences had no real idea how the group would react. Still, we had our sneaking suspicions that Daryl was the least likely to make himself at home. Yet...
Norman Reedus stopped by Conan to talk about his own mildly notorious tongue etiquette, which involves licking people’s faces. Note to self: keep an eye out for an upcoming Gene Simmons appearance.
Patton Oswalt recently went on an epic Twitter rant to express his appreciation for what Television has to offer, dropping more than a few titles in the process.
Saying goodbye to someone can be one of the hardest things in the world. Even saying goodbye to a fictional character can be tough. But I think we can all agree that the biggest tragedy of all is the death of a fictional character’s facial hair. Say goodbye to Rick's beard with us.