Despite recording some of its lowest ever ratings last season, The Walking Dead is forging ahead with a complex '10 year plan', according to reports.
“Fear creates fury” in the first footage from 'Fear The Walking Dead' Season 3B, which made its debut at Comic-Con on Friday.
Channel 4 has been reprimanded by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after it showed an advert for AMC zombie horror show ‘Fear The Walking Dead’ during the screening of a kid’s film. The ad, which was hailing Amazon Prime’s access to the US series, was shown twice during ‘Rango’, broadcast during the late afternoon on a Sunday.
Wanna trade a Walker Merle for a Governor? How ‘bout two Carls for a Michonne? Any takers for a T-Dog? Beginning today, fans of The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead will be able to swap cards based on AMC’s blockbuster zombie franchise via Topps’ The Walking Dead: Card Trader app (for both IOS and Android). The digital cards cover all the major characters and moments from both series, beginning with Rick waking up in Atlanta and stretching to the arrival of Negan in Season 6 of The Walking Dead, as well as the exploits of Madison, Travis, and their clutch of L.A. survivors from two seasons of Fear the Walking Dead.Related: ‘Walking Dead’: What the Cast Is Working On NextPhysical versions of the cards will be available this fall complete with surprise extras: Each box will feature two “inserts” that could include cast autographs, artist sketches, and/or one-off “relic” cards with pieces of costumes straight from the show’s set. Finally, coming in December will be The Walking Dead: Survival Box, a line of high-end cards for premium collectors. Prices for the physical card sets are TBA.Now feast your eyes on a selection of the first wave of Walking Dead cards (including some rare inserts), from Daryl Dixon to Zombie Shane…__________________All images courtesy of Topps/AMC.
It’s something we’ve seen examined in the expanded universe, and briefly hinted at in JJ Abrams’ 2009 Star Trek movie, but never onscreen - just what, exactly, happened following the events of Deep Space Nine? Cardassia was being forced to rebuild, the Dominion had been beaten back, Bajor was on the verge of joining the Federation, etc. JJ Abrams’ movie established that Romulus was destroyed by a supernova in 2387, leaving one of the galaxy’s major political powers in an irrevocably changed position. Something that always comes up when fans are discussing a new Star Trek show is one that’s focussed entirely on an alien race - most typically, it’s the Klingons that are suggested.
So the first 3 episodes of Fear The Walking Dead, a spin off of The Walking Dead are out, and it’s pretty damn awesome (see our review for the pilot). Concrete Jungle (Source: AMC) Unlike the lush woods of Atlanta, Fear the Walking Dead is set in concrete jungle of Los Angeles. The urban setting of FTWD, with no woods, an extremely dense population and lots of cars brings more story telling possibilities in a zombie apocalypse. As discussed in our Zombie Survival School course, urban survival is a whole different ball game.