The Walking Dead AMC television show is days away from its premiere on the appropriately spooky date of October 31, and by all appearances is a faithful take on its source material, the long-running zombie comic by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard. On the cusp of the small screen premiere,
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The trailer for the AMC "Walking Dead" TV show, originally shown at Comic-Con, has been released! The 4.5 minute video begins roughly where the comic book series begins: with small-town police officer Rick Grimes getting wounded in a shootout, and waking up in the hospital... in the middle of a
When I was a kid, the apocalypse scared the crap out of me. Not in that long-term "I'd better be good" way like it's supposed to. I experienced genuine fear and horror at the possibility that the world would someday be thrust into Armageddon
There have been high hopes for the AMC "Walking Dead" TV series ever since it was announced, and for good reason: It's a critically-acclaimed comic by a fan-favorite author, paired with the director of "The Shawshank Redemption" on the channel that makes "Mad Men
MTV just posted an interview with "Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman about the zombie comic's development as an AMC TV show, and it's all still good news. Frank Darabont, director of "The Shawshank Redemption," is still on board, and Kirkman seems enthused at the level of respect AMC is bringing for the source ma