This has been a hotly debated issue since the doldrums of season 2 of ‘The Walking Dead.’ Way back when Glen proved to us that anyone could get laid during the zombie apocalypse, there was Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier. He was a redneck woodsman with a knack for survival and she was an abused housewife with a need for being saved all the time. They became good friends despite the fact that she was obviously throwing herself at the man. That was while sheriff Rick Grimes was making another baby with his wife Lori and loose cannon Shane let blond cynic Andrea jump up and down on him in a midsize. There was sex to be had on that farm, boys and girls. Yet the asexual backwoods badass was getting and chasing none of it. Series creator Robert Kirkman might know why. (more…)
The SDCC14 The Walking Dead panel is currently happening and AMC has joined in by posting the new season five SDCC trailer just shown at the panel. Holy crap this season looks to be action packed, with lots of twists and turns! There’s still a couple of months to go until the October 12th premiere of AMC and Robert Kirkman‘s The Walking Dead Season Five. (more…)
The Walking Dead television series has had its share of ups and downs but it’s come a long way since the stagnation of season 2. Its originality and scope have only heightened with every passing year and fans of the comic book seem to be just as thrilled and randomly surprised as followers of the television series. The taboo project of “Zombie TV” has grown to become more commonplace, with shows like In The Flesh, the SyFy original Z Nation, and the failed Amazon Zombieland spinoff. All of this is because of the success of The Walking Dead, a long-lasting stalwart of visual horror and, most of all, entertainment. And according to Robert Kirkman, the visionary behind it all, things are about to get even better. (more…)
Last night’s special episode of The Talking Dead brought us the first video teaser for season five of AMC‘s The Walking Dead. What secrets were revealed? (more…)
There’s still plenty of dead time until the October 12th season five return of AMC‘s The Walking Dead. Until then, we’re sure to get a lot of on set videos and pictures as well as a few actor interviews. All of which will be designed to pump up our expectations and desire to tune in. Those marketing marvels over at AMC have started the ball rolling with this on set video of the first day of season five shooting. (more…)
There’s some great casting news from The Walking Dead camp. Seth Gilliam has joined the cast as a series regular. What does this mean for the show? (more…)
John Layman’s award winning comic Chew is getting the animation treatment by director Jeff Krelitz (Torchwood: Web of Lies, Peter Panzerfaust) and they’ve cast Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead) and Felicia Day (The Guild, Geek & Sundry) as the voices for detective Tony Chu and his girlfriend Amelia Mintz. (more…)
If you’re already up to date with every episode of AMC‘s The Walking Dead, then you might have skipped the Holiday marathon last week and missed a couple of season four teasers that were slipped into the mix. (more…)
The Walking Dead‘s mid season finale was a whopper. (Didja read our review?) The massive firefight at the prison gates was a moment comic book fans had been anticipating even before the survivors ever looked upon its dank, dirty walls. And with the fallout still to come, showrunner Scott Gimple shares in what state we’ll find Rick and Carl when the series returns. Creator Robert Kirkman, however, is looking even further into the future and teasing when we might see the comic’s current major baddie, Negan, come to TV. (more…)
Some crazy shit went down on the mid-season finally of The Walking Dead. Chaos, zombies, warfare, death, despair, peoples heads falling off. It’s dramatic episodes like this that send us viewers in a frenzied shock with eyes transfixed. All seems lost for Ricks crew, they’re broken and separated. Will the surviving members come to find themselves together? What state will we find them in? How will they forge on? What F’D up thing is going to happen to them next? We’ll find out all that and more when the show returns in February. I know a little something-something, though. A certain someone is alive and will return.
TV Guide spoke with Robert Kirkman about the fate of a fan favorite character and he surprisingly confirmed a few details about their fate as well as where the group is headed after the events of the midseason finale. Continue on for more details if you really want to know.
SPOILER WARNING! Don’t say we didn’t warn you.