Rick welcomes a guest to Alexandria, and the surviving communities start to build and thrive, but we can rest assured that nothing remains stable for long when it comes to AMC’s zombie apocalypse soap opera, and a new and even worse threat is always right around the corner.
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Glenn Rhee joins Threezero’s spot-on line of The Walking Dead action figures. The collectible stands 11.5″ tall and comes with four pairs of hands, a knife, a pistol and a rifle. The exclusive deluxe version comes with Hershel’s pocket watch and a walkie-talkie.
Batman’s archnemesis takes on Rick Grimes’ #1 foe in the latest episode of BatintheSun’s Super Power Beat Down. You know it’s going to be a bloodbathg when Lucille is involved, and well, Joker can outcrazy Negan any day of the week. The fight starts at 4:47. Wait, no… at 9:19.
(PG-13: Language) Robot Chicken showed up at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con packing a trailer for their upcoming special episode, which roasts The Walking Dead, complete with a horny unicorn, a Terminus dance number, and of course, Chris Hardwick talking about it all.
(PG-13: Language/Gore) AMC dropped this extended trailer during SDCC, giving us a glimpse at the impending war against the Sanctuary, which will unite many and tear some apart (literally). The tease at the end could only mean one thing as far as we’re concerned.
Threezero presents one of The Walking Dead‘s most badass characters together with her pet walkers. The detailed sixth scale Michonne figure comes with a hood, a katana, a bag and two pairs of swappable hands. The walkers come with a pair of disembodied arms.
The Walking Dead is back for its 7th season, and some major sh*t’s about to go down. If you want a quick refresher on what’s led up to this point, John Cleese offers a CliffsNotes version of the first six seasons. From here on out, we will refer to Michonne as “Slicey McGee.”
Jason Yang performs a spot-on violin and keyboard medley of two themes which should be immediately familiar to fans of horror and sci-fi – Bear McCreary’s The Walking Dead, and Brad Fiedel’s The Terminator. You got your undead peanut butter in my cyborg chocolate!
The first full trailer for The Walking Dead spin-off has us really stoked. The series takes us inside the early days of the virus and what is bound to be a harsh transition as the characters see their world torn apart and civilization fall before their eyes.
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