Cast Photos for Season 5

Posted: 18 September, 2014 in Season 5, TV series

Here are all the cast photos from season 5. It will be interesting to see who will get an X (for Death) on them during the season…

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Photots From Season 5

Posted: 18 September, 2014 in Season 5, TV series

Here are some new photos from season 5.

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Official Synopsis For Season 5

Posted: 18 September, 2014 in Season 5, TV series

Here is the official synopsis for season 5 of The Walking Dead.

Season Four of The Walking Dead ended with Rick and the group outgunned, outnumbered, and trapped in a train car awaiting a grim fate.

Season Five picks up shortly thereafter. What follows is a story that weaves the true motives of the people of Terminus with the hopeful prospect of a cure in Washington, D.C., the fate of the group’s lost comrades, as well as new locales, new conflicts, and new obstacles in keeping the group together and staying alive.

Stories will break apart and intersect. The characters will find love and hate. Peace and conflict. Contentment and terror. And, in the quest to find a permanent, safe place to call home, one question will haunt them…

After all they’ve seen, all they’ve done, all they’ve sacrificed, lost, and held on to no matter what the cost…

Who do they become?

Cover For Issue #135

Posted: 17 September, 2014 in Comic

Here is the cover for issue #135, out December 10.

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Josh McDermitt Interview

Posted: 17 September, 2014 in Season 5, TV series

Here is an interview with Josh McDermitt about The Walking Dead, fans, fun and life.

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Info on Season 5, Episode 2

Posted: 17 September, 2014 in Season 5, TV series

The hard copy of SFX’s November issue has a spread on The Walking Dead, episode 2 at Raleigh Studios in Senoia, Georgia. Here is what is says:

“From out of the forest tears what at first looks like a platoon of infantrymen. But as the brush clears, their faces grow familiar- Rick Grimes, his son Carl, Daryl Dixon, Maggie Greene, Glenn Rhee, Michonne, Carol Peletier. In a heartbeat, they envelop the walkers, Rick grabs one, slams its head against the boulder, and throws it to the ground. Carol drives her knife through the skull of another. Michonne hits hers twice in the back of its head with the butt of a rifle, then a third time after it drops. The threat eliminated, Glenn shouts ‘are we good?’. After scanning for more walkers Rick replies ‘Yeah’. He looks up at the terrified man and offers him his hand.”

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The 7th set of TV action figures are here. This time we get Michonne, Carl, Gareth and Mud Walker and personally I think McFarlane Toys are getting lazy. We already have a Michonne and a Carl and Gareth can’t do much but it’s still the first time we get this character so I guess he is OK but the Walker this time doesn’t look like much fun. Why didn’t we get Eugene, Rosita, Beth or even Judith? We don’t need the same characters again and especially if they aren’t capable of doing something special. Please McFarlane, don’t just rely on the fact that The Walking Dead name sells itself.

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“Michonne: In season 4, Michonne has lowered her guard a bit and formed an unlikely friendship with Rick’s son Carl. Michonne reveals her traumatic past to Carl and the events that lead to her surviving the apocalypse alone. Traveling along the train tracks on the road to Terminus, Michonne enjoys a can of cheese, proving that sometimes even the most deadly warrior needs to enjoy the little things in life. This figure comes with approximately 22 points of articulation, katana sword with sheath, Terminus memorial candle and a can of cheese.

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Carl Grimes: Carl Grimes, who started out as a shy little boy is season 1, has now become battle hardened by the dramatic events of the most recent seasons. In season 4, Carl’s abilities to protect himself and other survivors have greatly improved. His youth still shows at times, losing one of his shoes during a preventable walker encounter and indulging in a scrumptious can of pudding. This figure comes with approximately 22 points of articulation, removable sheriff’s hat, knife, flashlight, Terminus memorial candle and a can of pudding.

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Gareth: Introduced during the season 4 finale, Gareth is the smooth talking leader of the Terminus encampment. Based on the events of that final episode, in which he captures Rick and his group of survivors, Gareth clearly has an alternate agenda to help his people outlive this zombie apocalypse by any means necessary. This figure comes with approximately 22 points of articulation, pistol and Terminus memorial candles. Also included is a rotting human carcass, stripped of its meat and hinting at Gareth’s true intentions for Rick’s Group.

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Mud Walker: The only thing worse than having a walker coming at you is having one sneak up on you…the Mud Walker embodies this most terrifying scenario. During season 4 episode “Too Far Gone,” an unsupervised girl accidently unearths a walker buried in the dirt beside her. The Mud Walker figure exemplifies this gruesome character, complete with decomposing body and a worm coming out of his nose. You can also split this undead figure in half and mount his upper body on his mud-covered base with flash flood sign to recreate this iconic scene.”

Source: Daily Dead

Promo Stills For Season 5

Posted: 13 September, 2014 in Season 5, TV series

Check out these new promo stills of the main cast from AMC! No photos of Abraham, Tyreese, Carl and other big parts though…

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Kirkman Knows…

Posted: 12 September, 2014 in Comic

Kirkman was asked if he knows how the comic will end and here is his responce:

“Yeah,” responds Kirkman. “I think about a year or two ago. From the very beginning I would always plot these big, long overarching stories. So it’d be like, oh, they’re going to get to the prison, then this is going to happen and then that’s going to happen and that’s going to happen. I wouldn’t really map out how many issues those were going to take, but I would always make sure that I had somewhere between two and ten years of story mapped out ahead of me. About a year or two ago, I finally nailed down exactly what I want the ending to be. So now I’ve kind of got two trails of story going in my head. One working to where I’m at very far into the future, and one working from the end backwards. When those two stories meet, then I’ll know exactly how long the story is. I’m rapidly approaching that point.”

Read the full interview here.

Stunts in Season 5

Posted: 11 September, 2014 in Season 5, TV series

A look behind the scenes of season 5.