Last night saw one great show's third season end as another's began, but both seem to have left fans just slightly - or more than slightly in some cases - disappointed. What did you think? SPOILERS for both shows ahead..
Courtesy of AMC, we have a video that gives you the opportunity to watch the most shocking scene from The Walking Dead's season finale over and over again. What did you think about [redacted] death?
In surprising move, The Walking Dead creators have killed off yet another fan favorite character this week on the show's season finale...
The AMC show is fearless when it comes to tweaking conflicts, characters and deaths from how they're originally depicted in Robert Kirkman's comic book. Sometimes those changes are met with anger, sometimes to applause but always to great fanfare. Spoiler Warning
"If you're gonna die, you might as well die hard". We lost another great character on Sunday's ep of The Walking Dead, and on the follow up show The Talking Dead the ever awesome Michael Rooker shares his thoughts on Merle checking out..
I think we can all agree the “The Walking Dead” is at it’s heart a character study. So when that vital component of the show doesn’t seem to gel right, I think it should be noted.
AMC has provided us with video from Sunday night's "talked about scene" a.k.a. Merle Dixon's death and zombiefication. Plus lots of pics. Take a look!
Check out a promo and two sneak peeks from the season finale of AMC's The Walking Dead. The first clip features Carl (Chandler Riggs) reflecting on his more cheerful past experiences. Also, come see behind-the-scenes footage from "This Sorrowful Life."
Carol (Melissa McBride) is very frustrated with Merle (Michael Rooker), who seems content with being around Rick's group just so he can be near his brother. But she wants him to decide then and there if he is part of the team, or not. Hit the jump to check it out.
In the latest promo for The Walking Dead, AMC is promoting their upcoming Zombie Apocalypse Marathon, which will air every episode of the show, starting next Monday night. It also includes a snippet of footage from the season finale. Check it out!
Hit the jump to check out a new promo and the second sneak peak from next week's episode of AMC's hit television show, The Walking Dead. In the new clip Merle describes what horrors lay ahead for Michonne, if Rick decides to hand her over to The Governor.
"Glenn and Daryl discuss Merle’s place in the group in this sneak peek of Episode 315." Can Daryl (Norman Reedus) change the rest of the groups outlook towards Merle (Michael Rooker)? Plus, an inside look at tonight's episode, 'Prey'.
With only three episodes left in the third season of AMC's excellent Zombie show, you know the Grim Reaper has his eye on at least one major character. Who will be next? A bullet or at the teeth of a Walker? Click on to vote, but be warned, there are major comic SPOILERS..
Newcomers Tyreese (Chad Coleman) and Sasha (Sonequa Martin-Green) didn't get a warm welcome from Rick (Andrew Lincoln), but that doesn't mean they want to play ball with The Governor (Chad L. Coleman) either. Hit the jump to check out a clip from this Sunday's episode.
I wanted to create a Walking Dead video to juxtapose Rick and Morgan's journey, but to also showcase Morgan From season 1 to Season 3 in Clear and how differently both their journey's in this zombie apocalypse have turned out.
Looky looky! Check out who won our "Dead Yourself" contest here on ComicBookMovie.com. We had a butt-load of ghoulish entries, but these are the ones that get a prize...
Update! Two sneak peeks and a promo from next week's episode of The Walking Dead. One clip has Tyrese, and his sister Sasha taking target practice. While the second clip has Andrea and Milton conflicted about what to do with The Governor.
Robert Kirkman was on Conan last night and he brought a clip from the next episode of The Walking Dead. It features Merle Dixon (Michael Rooker) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) disagreeing. Also, hit the jump to check out images from "Arrow on the Doorpost."
IGN caught up with Lincoln (Rick) Steven Yeun (Glen) and Robert Kirkman at this year's PaleyFest and asked them where they see their characters going, as well as what we can expect from the sure-to-be shocking season finale. "About 40 people die" jokes Lincoln - we assume!..
In the first clip, Rick and The Governor come face to face. In the second clip, Rick ditches Carl and Michonne so that he can team up with the two most handsomest men on The Walking Dead, Daryl (Norman Reedus) and Hershel (Scott Wilson). Hit the jump to check it out!