AMC has released some new images from their upcoming show The Walking Dead. While the show doesn’t premiere until October, AMC has been doing a great job releasing new images and videos almost every week.
I got to check out the footage they premiered at this year’s Comic-Con and can tell you The Walking Dead looks like something really special and I couldn’t believe what they were able to pull off in the footage. If you’re a zombie fan, this is a must see show. The only negative thing I can say about The Walking Dead is the first season is only six episodes, which means they better get started on season two asap! Hit the jump for all the images that have been released so far.
For more on The Walking Dead, here’s everything we’ve posted on the show, and here’s our interview with writer/director/executive producer Frank Darabont, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd, special effects/makeup designer Greg Nicotero and stars Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes), Jon Bernthal (Shane Walsh), Laurie Holden (Andrea), and Emma Bell (Amy) at this year’s Comic-Con.
Thanks to AMCTV.com for the images:
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