If you're a gamer and a fan of The Walking Dead, the new Playstation Vita- The Walking Dead bundle is pretty much the perfect marriage. But gaming is a pricey habit, so we're teaming up with ScreenCrush and Arcade Sushi to give one away for free.
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When it comes to action figures, The Walking Dead fans have a lot of options. There's 2" Minimates, 3 3/4" Funko Pop! Vinyl figures, 5-6ish" McFarlane toys and more. This July 17-21 at Comic-Con, though, ThreeA Toys parent company ThreeZero will showcase its upcoming line of premium 1/6 scale figures, giving collectors the most detailed -- and most massive -- toys based on Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's comic-turned-AMC TV series.
If I had to name my game of the year for 2012, it probably would have been Telltale Games' The Walking Dead video game. I say this as someone who enjoyed, but eventually sort of gave up on both the comic series and the TV show in that franchise. The game managed to solve a lot of the issues I had with its media brethren, and here's the crazy thing: The new downloadable "special episode," 400 Days, solves even more of them.
While Entertianment Earth will be selling plenty of its own exclusive items at San Diego Comic-Con 2013, EE booth #2343 will also be the place where fans can find a number of Toys "R" Us items. And by "a number," I mean exactly nine items. Batman '66 enthusiasts will have access to a 6" action figure scale Batmobile, Transformers fans will be able to pick up Masterpiece editions of Acid Storm and Soundwave, My Little Pony collectors can score Nightmare Moon and Rainbow Dash as Shadowbolt figures, Adventure Time viewers can grab a Lady Rainicorn plush complete with her and Jake's puppies, and zombie lovers can get The Walking Dead and World War Z figures. There's also going to be a Winx Club figure if you're into Winx'n.
You'll have to pardon the acronym-heavy headline, but there's just no avoiding it when trying to communicate Funko's San Diego Comic-Con 2013 exclusive Pop! Vinyl toys. Arriving at the convention this July at Funko booth 5343 will be four metallic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, two blood-splattered The Walking Dead characters, plus both an Aliens Xenomorph and a Predator leaking green blood.
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Telltale's video game tie-in to Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead wrapped up its first season with episode five's No Time Left - or so we thought. As it turns out, there are still four-hundred days of the zombie apocalypse left to explore.