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Telltale has released the first full trailer and release date for The Walking Dead Season 2 finale "No Going Back". Prepare for what is sure to be a shocking end to the season with over 5 minutes of new footage.
"We don't know what's coming next." This new promo for the upcoming fifth season of AMC's zombie drama series doesn't feature much in the way of new footage, but we do get a glimpse of some sinister looking individuals in gas masks. Click on to check it out..
In a new deleted scene from The Walking Dead's fourth season, we see Carol and Tyreese along with Lizzie and Mika (try to forget what happened to them!) encountering more horrors as they journeyed from the prison to Terminus. Hit the jump to check it out!
While it appeared as if Daryl Dixon had found love with Carol a couple of seasons ago in The Walking Dead, comic book creator Robert Kirkman has commented on the theory that fan-favourite character Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) could in fact be gay. Read on for further details!
We've already heard Rick's real final line of dialogue from the season 4 finale, now check out another deleted scene which features the Governor's lackey Mitch threaten to do some inventively terrible things to Michonne while she and Hershel are captives.
Fans weren't happy when Rick Grime's final line in season four of The Walking Dead underwent one major alteration from the comic books, but now the uncensored version has found its way online and it's fair to say that it's about a million times better. Check it out!
Which makes perfect sense as he's the creator of the show's source material, the Walking Dead comic book. But it's still a little harrowing to hear out loud. Continue on for Kirkman's full quote.
Lots of very interesting details were revealed at the panels for Arrow and The Walking Dead at the San Diego Comic-Con yesterday, including the fact that The Wire's Seth Gilliam is indeed playing Father Gabriel in season five. Hit the jump to watch them both...
AMC have revealed that The Walking Dead will return on October 12th, but you can get a first look at season five of the critically acclaimed series in this brand new and brutal trailer. Oh, and prepare to have your suspicions about Terminus confirmed as well as a sneak peek at Beth's fate...
Next Games and AMC released the first trailer for the new The Walking Dead mobile game, based on the incredibly popular AMC series. No Man's Land is set to launch alongside the mid-season premiere of season five next year, but you can get a first look right here...