Frank Darabont’s new show Mob City is set to debut at the beginning of December, just in time for families celebrating the holidays to get a taste of the neo-noir series. Though Darabont is excited for Mob City, he still has much to say about his departure from AMC’s The Walking Dead.
Image Comics’ The Walking Dead #116 hits stores tomorrow. This issue is the 2nd of 12 issues in the intense “All Out War” arc. Intense is the best way to describe it. Kirkman has told us time and time again, “No one is safe,” and after some of the things that have happened so far, I (along with others) am starting to believe him. Though we can’t get our hands on the full story until tomorrow, we are fortunate enough to have these 6 pages.
At Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta this past weekend, Comicbook.com asked Andrew Lincoln if there were perhaps any big events or moments coming up in Season 4 that would match up to his performance he gave after Lori passed in Season 3. Losing a spouse is indeed one of the hardest things one can experience, could there really be something bigger in store for the Sheriff?
Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead took the video game world by storm with it’s amazing storytelling and character development. In addition to how the story is affected by both the dialogue choices of the player and their actions during quick time events which lead to varying results that affect the player’s character as well as the other characters and carry on from one episode to the next. The overwhelming love for the game lead Telltale to announced that a sequel was on the way and fans have patiently waited since.
The Walking Dead is coming back to AMC this Sunday and for those of you dedicated to throwing themed parties for your favorite shows, then Chris-Rachael Oseland’s kitchenoverlord.com has you covered. From brain breads to banana intestines, your table will look *insert nonexistent word that combines disgusting and delicious*.
Warning: some of these foods look a lot like their name would lead you to believe.
Though The Walking Dead isn’t set to release until October 13th, all of those in the fandom with walker withdrawals will be able to get their fix today with The Oath, a webseries set in the world.
Remember when I did the article highlighting items at SDCC that might be overlooked in favor of figures and plushes with more media attention? Who am I kidding? Of course you do. Anyway, it’s time to do the same thing for NYCC, which can be just as overwhelming as SDCC for any of us on the hunt for awesome and unique toys and collectibles.
Let me be your wings guide.
If you haven’t heard already, October 14th marks the beginning of the free eight-week MOOC, titled “Society, Science, Survival: Lessons from AMC’s The Walking Dead,” from the University of California on CanvasNet.com.
The official syllabus for the class has been released and the issue of spoilers has come to the forefront. And while it’s not required to watch the show (but really, why wouldn’t you?) the weekly modules of the class will contain information related to the show. And it wouldn’t be fair to a person like myself who’s behind on their WD viewing or for someone who lives in a country, where episodes have yet to air. But don’t worry my fellow zombie supporters, there will be preventative measures put in place.
Toys. Plushes. Robots. Hedgepigs. These things I offer you, my most exalted readers.
That and a really awesome Battle Beasts custom.
If you’re AMC right now and seeing the going trends of how well The Walking Dead does from season to season, you’d have to wonder how to capitalize on this further if you’re them. You could make more zombie shows, you could start figuring out more series to pair up with the show, or hey here’s a cool idea, spinoff The Walking Dead! That’s right, in 2015 you have a Walking Dead spinoff series on the way executive produced by The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, along with two other executive producers Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert.
It’s finally here! For months now zombie-crazed readers have been awaiting release of The Walking Dead‘s 12 issue arc “All Out War”. Well folks, Kirkman just sounded the battle horn. The war is set begin October 9th and TWD will be released bi-weekly instead of monthly for the whole 12 issue arc. The Walking Dead #115′s solicitation summed up this arc very well: ”It’s Rick versus Negan with a little help from everyone else!”
We’ve all been wondering if Daryl and Carol will ride off with one another slaying zombies into the sunset for a while now. The nature of their relationship has really been put in question, especially last season. Which keeps fans asking, “Will Daryl and Carol ever be together?” Robert Kirkman, writer of The Walking Dead, said that they may in fact never be together.
Every time a new Adventure Time mashup finds its way onto the public radar there are comments that inevitably follow suggesting that the subject is “played out”, “over done” and that people should “move on already”.
Anyone suggesting that is wrong and not to be trusted.
Hyundai just made planning for the inevitable zombie apocalypse a little easier with their Walking Dead Chop Shop app, which allows you to choose from three different models of Hyundai – the Veloster Turbo, Santa Fe, and Elantra – and customize them with various zombie annihilating accessories.
Last season of The Walking Dead left many fans of the comic books disappointed, as they felt that the show began to stray away from the original vision. The weekly talk at the water cooler suddenly started to become sour and arguments ensued between those who read the comic and those who had only had seen the show. But this season should please everyone, as it should include a little more from the comics.