Before AMC’s The Walking Dead, there was Robert Kirkman’s graphic novel series, The Walking Dead, and before that, there was a pitch to get the comic series published. At the time, no one could’ve predicted
Norman Reedus knows how to handle a zombie attack — well, at least he does when he's in character on "The Walking Dead." As Daryl Dixon, he stays calm and cool and lets his crossbow do the dirty work.
One of the most memorable zombies to ever scare the bejeezus out of audiences on "The Walking Dead" showed up in the very first episode of the series. The decomposing, legless female zombie pulled herself
Last week, ahead of the season 4 return of "The Walking Dead," AMC released video of a zombie prank in NYC. The video shows a group of people-turned-zombies hiding under subway grates waiting to scare
“Claimed,” this week’s episode of The Walking Dead, may not have been the most informative episode of The Walking Dead, and it may not have been one of the better written episodes, but goddamn, it was