COMIC REEL: Daryl Hunts In New "Walking Dead" Photos; Textless Aquaman Pic Released


AMC has announced that the first trailer for the upcoming "Walking Dead" spinoff will air during its parent show's 90-minute season five finale (hat tip to Access Hollywood). The still untitled series has already been picked up for two seasons by the network. The first six-episode season is scheduled to debut at some time this summer with a follow-up season expected to air in 2016. While the premise behind the series has been kept under wraps, it is said to take place in Los Angeles before the apocalyptic zombie outbreak.

AMC has also released a quartet of images from the show's season finale, which is titled "Conquer."


Entertainment Weekly has revealed the latest in the line of episode-centric posters produced for the back half of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s" second season. The latest image, tied to next week's episode "One Door Closes," focuses on Adrianne Palicki's Mockingbird. Whereas previous posters have come from artists with Marvel history, this week's piece of art comes from Chicago's Delicious Design League.


Funko has revealed that DC's CW series are getting the vintage treatment in their ReAction line.


Entertainment Weekly has posted a textless version of the previously-released still of Jason Momoa as Aquaman.


FlameFlyNet has posted set photos from "The Flash's" season finale that not only teases another "Flash"/"Arrow" crossover, but possibly reveals a big plot development regarding Oliver Queen. In the photos, Oliver is wearing a costume very reminiscent of Ra's al Ghul's, indicating that he may take up the offer to take over the League of Assassins.


Collider has an interview with "iZombie" star Rose McIver where she discussed some of her favorite moments from the show so far.

"In the second episode, where I eat the painter's brain, and I'm this very passionate, sensual person, that was one of the most fun for me, in terms of it just being a huge departure from Liv, as we've known her so far," said McIver. "It set itself up for some very funny interactions, and it also affected her own life, in a way that was high-stakes and high-risk. I think that was one of the most effective brain-eating situations for me. I thought that was interesting and funny."

Premieres March 17 on the CW

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