We’re about a month away from the premiere of the third season of The Walking Dead on AMC, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait that long to go inside the infamous prison. In what’s sure to be the centerpiece of the upcoming season, the prison will act as a safehouse of sorts for our remaining heroes. But for how long? Well, before the living start staking claims and the dead start wandering its halls, The Walking Dead creator, Robert Kirkman is here to take us on a behind-the-scenes tour of the prison.
The Walking Dead, starring Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus, Chandler Riggs, Sarah Wayne Callies, Steven Yuen, Michael Rooker and IronE Singleton, returns to AMC starting Sunday, October 14th. Hit the jump to take the tour.
In three weeks, your favorite zombies will shamble back onto your TV screen as AMC’s The Walking Dead returns. In the meantime, you can get caught up on all of our previous episode recaps here. We’ve also got a ton of new images from the second season of The Walking Dead, including action shots, character profile images and behind-the-scenes captures. If you’re all caught up on the show so far, feel free to peruse at will. For those of you who aren’t up to speed with the current season, I’d avoid looking at the gallery as some of the images reveal important plot points of the story so far. The Walking Dead returns on Sunday, February 12th on AMC. Hit the jump to check out the images and a sneak peek at the next episode from Season Two titled, “Nebraska.”
I’m usually not much for the “This fan-made thing is so cool! I have to post it.” post. But, umm… this fan-made credits for AMC’s The Walking Dead is pretty cool. I have to post it.
Inspired by the poster that Drew Struzan designed for Comic-Con, Daniel M. Kanemoto took artwork from the comic that launched the series and slapped together a really impressive animated title sequence set to Eels’ “Fresh Blood.” If you are looking forward to the October 31st premiere of The Walking Dead — which stars Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Laurie Holden, Steven Yuen, and Sarah Wayne Callies — check it out after the jump