The Walking Dead Season 2 blu-ray box set hits August 28, and here’s another bonus clip, “All the Guts Inside”, you’ll find, plus a lucky reader is going to win their own copy so stay tuned when we announce that giveaway!
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‘The Walking Dead’ isn’t back on until October, but now that fans know the prison will be coming into play for Season 3, interest is at an all time high, and here’s some great new images to hold you over until it hits the air again. Don’t forget, we’ll be posting our contest this month for the Season 2 Blu-ray box set too!
Anchor Bay is celebrating ‘The Walking Dead’s’ record breaking second season with some additional gifts for the Special Edition blu-ray/dvd box set. As you can see below, it gives another meaning to zombie head case.
It’s many months away, but ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 3 is sparking lots of rumors as it’s going to be darker, harder and more intense than ever plus some new characters are coming besides the Governor and Michonne. And there’s a few more rumors hitting.
RIP Jon Bernthal as Shane, and long live Michael Rooker’s Merle is what everyone at WonderCon learned yesterday as the actor revealed that he’s back on ‘The Walking Dead’ for season 3, and we’ve learned how he’s returning.
Most networks worry about spies on a set leaking out spoilers for their tv shows, but AMC needs to worry more about their own AMC Store since it leaked out a major ‘The Walking Dead’ spoiler regarding Joe Bernthal.
Now that the action is back in gear on ‘The Walking Dead’, here’s a clip for the upcoming week called ‘Judge, Jury, Executioner’ where Rick is walking more on the Shane side of things.
Tonight’s ‘The Walking Dead: Nebraska’ is the first post-Darabont episode that stars right where it stopped, and for people wanting full on action be warned, this one takes it’s time to build up the tension. But it does!
While some complained that the fall return of ‘The Walking Dead’ was too much talking, they’ll be happy to know that the return of AMC’s hit show will have plenty of action from humans and zombies alike and everyone’s got a gun.
When a show like ‘The Walking Dead’ caused such a sensation in only six episodes, then loses its showrunner (Frank Darabont), many fans are left wondering how the second season and much longer one with thirteen episodes will hold up. In short, ‘Dead’ holds up and even surpasses seaon one.