Love was surprisingly in the air for The Walking Dead last night, but another pairing may not end up so lucky by next week’s “Knots Untie.” Can Abraham and Sasha work things out, or has Alexandria filled its quota for love in a hopeless place?
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‘The Walking Dead’ acrobatically leaps through its next 2016 hour with the introduction of a fan-favorite comic character, and a long-awaited hookup, but is “The Next World” as fun as last week promised? Find out in our full review of tonight’s Rick and Daryl road show!
‘The Walking Dead’ returns for 2016 with an astonishingly stylish and tense hour, but is there “No Way Out” of the series’ latest brutal casualty? Find out in our full review of tonight’s gorgeous, eye-popping return!
Days away from The Walking Dead Season 6’s grand return, we’re close enough that you can already read our early review, but why stop there? The first four minutes of Sunday’s “No Way Out,” have arrived, and there may be no Saviors for Daryl, Sasha and Abraham.
‘The Walking Dead’ returns for 2016 with an astonishingly stylish entry into “A Larger World,” the best, most transformative hour of the show to date. Our early review, before Rick and co. find “No Way Out” on February 14!
While February is traditionally a big month for The Walking Dead fans, what with the television show's current season's second half kicking off, it's about to get even bigger. Later this month, Telltale Games will return to the world of The Walking Dead, delving for the very first time into the lives of characters from the comics. Though Telltale has been telling stories in its games that take place in the comic book universe, The Walking Dead: Michonne marks the first time players will be in control of people not created specifically for the games.
As you might recall when the teaser trailer dropped in December, TWD: Michonne will feature the self-reliant bad-ass of Rick's survivors and deal with Michonne's personal quest to find answers about what happened to her family during the time leap in the comics. Michonne left Alexandria a short time after she and the rest of the survivors fended off Negan's attacks, and didn't return until about two years later. Telltale's three-episode mini-series will hopefully bring about some answers as to why she left, where she went, and give Michonne more characterization than just being a reclusive hard-ass.
It's no secret that white male leads have dominated comic books since --- well forever. In the '60s, Marvel and DC finally started to put a change to that with the addition of super-powered people of color, which led to some of today's biggest names in comics. But it still wasn't enough. Eventually the lack of diversity led to the onset of Milestone Media in the '90s, where Dwayne McDuffie, Denys Cowan, Michael Davis, and Derek T. Dingle crafted several intriguing characters. With an increasingly active black nerd, or blerd, community, new black characters are being created every day --- primarily through independent publishers, though Marvel has also kickstarted a focus on one of its most notable black characters --- but more on that later.
To celebrate Black History Month, ComicsAlliance is running down our list of 20 Great Black Comic Book Characters. Our list considers old staples as well as some new favorites, including a certain katana wielding badass, space explorers and of course, plenty of superheroes.
The Walking Dead will return in under a week’s time, picking up with one of the biggest cliffhangers in the series’ history, and answering the question of whether or not Alexandria is here to stay. That said, Andrew Lincoln teases a huge change for the back half of Season 6, while a new leaked photo may confirm some deadly consequences ahead.
We’re still waiting on The Walking Dead Season 6 to return, but companion series Fear The Walking Dead won’t be far behind with its own return in April. Check out the first Season 2 promos, including our Flight 462 miniseries tie-in, and find out what Wolverine is joining the cast!
We’re only halfway through The Walking Dead Season 6, but has Season 7 already begun casting for its fall 2016 debut? Justified and Friday Night Lights star Alicia Witt joins in a new mystery role, as the AMC horror-smash releases a new preview for the back half of Season 6, teasing “the most formidable and terrifying threat” yet.