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The Walking Dead Just Delivered Its Best Episode in Ages

If there’s a reason we’ve all kept watching The Walking Dead after its last two lacklustre seasons, I’d hazard a guess that last night’s episode is why. “The Big Scary U” was a reminder that the show can be legitimately excellent TV thanks to its first truly thoughtful and compelling look at Negan—and the reason why he calls his people the Saviours. Read More >>

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Forget the Rick-Negan War, a Much Bigger Conflict Is Brewing on The Walking Dead

Wow. The war between Rick and Negan we’d been teased with for two full seasons may have arrived—and is still in full-swing—but a different battle is taking place simultaneously, and it’s arguably the more important one. For eons, Rick has preached to his people it’s “us” or “them.” Now, he’s finally starting to see he may have gone too far—and for those he’s leading, it may be too late. Read More >>

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AMC Threatens Us With 50 More Years of The Walking Dead

It’s a television executive’s job to put the most optimistic spin on their network’s performance while speaking with members of the press about the future and upcoming projects. But during a recent call with the Wall Street Journal, AMC CEO Josh Sapan took things entirely too far. Read More >>

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On The Walking Dead, Jesus Saves

Alexandria, Hilltop, and the Kingdom continued their assault on the Saviors last night on several fronts. The result was The Walking Dead turning into a live-action video game with barely any zombies in it, for the most part. But there were a few interesting conflicts scattered in there that didn’t involve gunfire—often involving the post-apocalypse’s longhaired prince of peace. Read More >>

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The Walking Dead Is Back and Rick Has Already Messed Up So, So Bad

Season 8 sees the three big settlements- Rick and the Alexandrians, Maggie and Hilltop, and Ezekiel and the Kingdom band together to strike the first blow against Negan and Saviours, but it’s no spoiler to say something goes very, very wrong. This is The Walking Dead, after all. Though if you haven't watched the season 8 premiere yet, do be aware that we are going to go very in-depth here. Spoilers follow. Read More >>

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Let’s Talk The Walking Dead Season Premiere and The War to Come

War! The Republic is crumbling under attacks by the ruthless Sith Lord, Count—wait a minute. Wrong war. Instead, after two full seasons of build-up, Rick and Negan have finally begun their long-awaited match-up, and last night, the first battle was fought. Read More >>

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The Walking Dead Takes Over Some of the Most Famous Movie Posters Ever

For years The Walking Dead has been one of the most popular shows on television. Unfortunately for its fans, TV shows rarely get really beautiful, movie-quality posters made for them. So one of the show’s executive producers, Greg Nicotero, decided to change that. And he decided to rip off the best of the best. Read More >>

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Walking Dead Creator Robert Kirkman Leaving AMC, Signs New TV Deal With Amazon

The Walking Dead has been a big money-making success at AMC, pulling in an impressive amount of viewers for the network. But Skybound—the entertainment company founded by The Walking Dead co-creator Robert Kirkman—just announced that Amazon will be the home of all their new TV content moving forward. Read More >>

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Negan Lays Out Some Rules in a New Walking Dead Promo

We’re only a few weeks away from finding out who Negan killed at the end of last season of The Walking Dead. Before that, though, a new commercial gives us an idea of what the character will bring to the show beyond murder and a barbwire baseball bat. Read More >>

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Producer Says NBC Wanted The Walking Dead as a Zombie Crime Drama

An executive producer for The Walking Dead revealed that if NBC picked up the series instead of AMC, it might have become a procedural zombie crime drama, possibly without any actual zombies. Read More >>

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The Walking Dead Comic Nearly Ended a Lot Sooner Than Anyone Expected

The Walking Dead comic has been around for over a decade now. The behemoth series has yielded over a whopping 156 issues so far, and of course, shambled into alternate media with seven seasons of The Walking Dead show. But according to the series' creator Robert Kirkman, at one point the comic was going to be a lot shorter than it currently is. Read More >>

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This First Peek at The Walking Dead’s Next Season is Just as Insulting as Last Season’s Cliffhanger

Looking forward to the season premiere of The Walking Dead? Well, thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we have our first photo from season seven. Spoilers ahead — oh. Wait. This... this is actually the “exclusive” “first look” above. Uh, sorry? Read More >>

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From The Walking Dead to Saga: How Publisher Image Comics Took Over the Comic Book World

In 1933, two teenagers from Cleveland – writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster – created a character called Superman. You might have heard of him. Five years later they sold him to Detective Comics – later to become DC Comics – for $130 ($10 a page) and a contract to work for the company. They made a living for several years, admittedly, but realised as early as 1941 that they had lost control over their creation, who had already birthed an entire industry. In 1946 they sued, and lost. They sued again in 1967. And lost. Both fell on hard times. In 1975, by which time Shuster was legally blind, a number of prominent figures in the comics industry took up their cause. Fearing adverse publicity with the first Superman movie imminent, DC settled, granting Siegel and Shuster creator credit and a pension for life, but not ownership. Read More >>

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The Walking Dead Has the Most Wonderfully Gory Pop-Up Book You’ve Ever Seen

Castles, spaceships, maybe even a few animals, those are the typical things that will jump out as you turn the pages of most pop-up books. But when it’s a pop-up book about The Walking Dead, you instead get zombie heads that explode with incredibly gory details.

The Walking Dead Has the Most Wonderfully Gory Pop-Up Book You've Ever Seen
Designed by paper engineers David Hawcock and Becca Zerkin, the £26 hardcover pop-up book has just five pages inside. But each one features a lavish paper creation that leaps off the page with simple animations, and is surrounded by other smaller activities so there’s lots to explore. Read More >>