Changes are coming to the fourth season of AMC's The Walking Dead. With its third showrunner in as many years, the zombie drama will take a more character-focused approach to storytelling, with an eye on "remixing" executive producer Robert Kirkman's comics that serve as the source material for the record-breaking drama.
AMC's The Walking Dead will return in October for its fourth season with its third showrunner in the past three years when Scott Gimple takes the reins from Glen Mazzara. Under the latter's oversight, the zombie drama continued its impressive history of breaking its own records as TV's No.
In an exclusive preview of the 112th issue of Image/Skybound's The Walking Dead, Negan is making himself at home after arriving early for his monthly haul. The new issue picks up to find Negan proudly lording over Spencer's dead body (and guts) after the latter was vocal about his disdain for Rick -- nearly ruining the group's plan to overthrow the ruthless dictator.
AMC on Monday released the banner that will be displayed inside the San Diego Convention Center during the annual geek-fest this month. The massive poster features Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Daryl (Norman Reedus), Michonne (Danai Gurira) and new series regular Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) fighting off tons of walkers -- but offers little new information other than that the katana-wielding warrior has managed to secure a horse.
Robert Kirkman will celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Walking Dead comic series with an array of interactive activities at San Diego Comic-Con International.
Kirkman's Image Comics imprint Skybound is partnering with digital media and content marketing group Future US with a dedicated booth at the event featuring the debut of a custom 2013 Hyundai Veloster -- dubbed the Zombie Survival Machine.
While season three of AMC's monster hit The Walking Dead started silently, it ended with a literal bang, culminating with the death of a beloved character in both the TV and comic series on which it's based.
Fans of The Walking Dead can now show their zombie love when paying for their next coffee -- or comic book purchase.
Robert Kirkman's Image Comics imprint Skybound has partnered with Card.com for three prepaid Visa debit cards depicting the graphic novels' hero, Rick Grimes, and other popular characters from the long-running series.
“Having The Walking Dead art on these credit cards will be an exciting way for fans to incorporate the series' art into their daily lives," Kirkman said.
From early meetings with NBC to the quick green light at AMC, Gale Anne Hurd and executive producer David Alpert recalled the beginning of The Walking Dead TV series during a Saturday panel at the Produced By Conference in Los Angeles.
Rick is gearing up for war against Negan but not everyone in his inner circle appears ready for the conflict.
In an exclusive preview of Image/Skybound's The Walking Dead No. 110, the beleaguered leader fills Eugene in on his plan -- only the man who has been spending his time manufacturing ammunition isn't immediately on board for his hard work to potentially be used to take human life.
Following the show's bloody third season that claimed the lives of multiple series regulars, The Wire's Larry Gilliard Jr. has been tapped to join the ranks of the zombie drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Sunday's deadly season-three finale shattered the zombie drama's own ratings record yet again, scoring 12.4 million total viewers in its initial 9 p.m. broadcast and 8.1 million in the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic. The numbers represent series bests in total viewers and the demo.