Here are two trailers for the season finale of The Walking Dead. Please don't watch them if you haven't seen episode 12 though.
The last episode before the season finale just aired on AMC and what an episode it was. You didnít miss it did you? Didnít think so! And if you did see it (donít go here if you didnít see it) you should head over here and let me know what you think of it.
As many of you know Iím a huge fan of The Walking Dead and I know a lot of you are as well. But, maybe some of you have only seen the TV series and never thought about where it all originates from? Well, let me tell you, it all comes from the mind of Robert Kirkman and his graphical comic with the same name. Today heís done almost 100 issues of the comic and I just found out that Newsarama offers a free version of the first issue and what better chance for all of you out there that hasnít checked it out yet to do so now? A warning though, if you do you might feel forced to continue with issue #2, and #3 and #4 and so on as I know I didÖ
So, read issue #1 at your own risk.
The cast talks about episode 11 and a trailer. Again, DO NOT SEE THIS UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE EPISODE!
And here are two interviews, one with Robert Kirkman and one with Andrew Lincoln.
And here are an interview with Robert Kirkman where he says:
There are some things coming up in the 3rd season that I can happily and proudly say exceed some of the darkest things that weíve done in the comic. I think people are really going to be pretty shocked with a lot of stuff thatís coming. The show is gonna have teeth, the show is not going to be a watered down version of the Walking Dead [comic]. Seeing it thus far, youíve got zombie autopsies, Sophia, and there is definitely a lot of dark stuff going on in the show, and itíll continue.
How about that... Posted: March 5, 2012, 10:26:23
Two trailers for next week episodes of The Walking Dead. And DO NOT SEE THIS UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN EPISODE 11.
Wow, what an episodeÖand what an ending! This episode shows why I love this series so much. If you want to find out why, head over to my review of it (BUT NOT UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE EPISODE). And donít forget to leave your comment about it.
Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead comic explains why David Morrissey is right for the part of The Governor in this Entertainment Weekly articlePosted: February 29, 2012, 11:40:59
Two more trailers for episode 11 of The Walking Dead
Two teasers from the next episode of The Walking DeadÖ
And here is Robert Krikman talking about the show.
Here are my thoughts on the last episode of The Walking Dead. Let me know what you think about it!Posted: February 25, 2012, 12:01:57
AMC announced today that David Morrissey has been cast in the role of The Governor in the network's critically acclaimed hit series The Walking Dead. The Governor, a character from Robert Kirkman's graphic novel, is the leader of Woodbury, a small settlement of survivors, and becomes the chief antagonist for Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his group.
The Governor will appear in The Walking Dead Season 3, a 16-episode order from AMC, which begins production this spring in Atlanta.
Trailer for episode 10:
Robert Kirkman talks about the show:
Check out my interview with Glen Mazzara, showrunner for the hit TV series The Walking Dead. In the interview he speaks of his role as showrunner on one of the most popular TV series today as well as the future of characters like The Governor and Michonne and that he wants the series to get closer to Robert Kirkmanís graphical comic.
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Here is a trailer and some photos from the upcoming episode of The Walking Dead.
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