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!
If you haven't tried AMC's "Dead Yourself" app yet, now you have a reason to! AMC has given us a boxload of TWD merchandise to give away for this contest. See inside for the deets.
Guest host Kevin Hart joins the Saturday Night Live cast for a spoof of AMC's The Walking Dead. "Excuse me! One of them? Oh my god...." If you're a fan of the show, you'll find this funny.
Earlier today a brief recap
of the Paley Fest panel for The Walking Dead was shared but now we have the entire panel for your viewing pleasure. The panel was narrated by Talking Dead host Chris Hardwick.
"I think there may be a wee bit less of the run and gun. And [we'll] get a little more into some of our characters,” says Executive Producer Greg Nicotero on Season 4 of AMC's The Walking Dead.
Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Carl (Chandler Riggs), and Michonne (Danai Gurira) are off on their own adventure in tomorrow night's episode. Hit the jump to see brand new stills from "Clear."
Actor Lennie James' only reply was, 'Keep watching The Walking Dead' when he was peppered with questions concerning rumors of his return to The Walking Dead later this season.
While everyone knew it was going to happen, AMC has Officially announced Scott Gimple as new showrunner for The Walking Dead. Also, filming for the show's fourth season will start in May.
In an interview with IGN's Up at Noon series, writer Greg Whitta hinted that fans might get more WALKING DEAD before the release of Season 2.
Road Trip! The next episode of AMC's The Walking Dead will feature Michonne, Carl, and Rick on an important mission. Hit the jump to check out two intense clips from "Clear," and a promo.
Hit the jump to check out a brand new sneak peek from this Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead. It features a clueless Andrea (Laurie Holden), who is shocked to learn that Woodbury is building an army.
If you thought our heroes might get a chance to recover from last week's surprise attack by The Governor, think again. Check out these new snaps from this Sunday's ep, which see Rick back in the game alongside his trusted allies, and Merle!
Obviously if you haven't watched last night's brilliant episode of The Walking Dead yet, SPOILER warning. But if you have, read on to hear showrunner Mazzara's reason for killing off yet another important character..
Updated! Carl (Chandler Riggs) confronts his father (Andrew Lincoln) about being the leader of the group in this sneak peek from next week's episode of The Walking Dead. In the second sneak peek, Merle (Michael Rooker) explains how evil The Governor truly is.