AMC has released the first clip from Sunday's Season 3 premiere of The Walking Dead, featuring Rick and the other survivors determined after weeks on the road to find "some place to hold up for a few weeks."
A new minute-long trailer for the third season of The Walking Dead suggests Rick and the other survivors have been on the road for some time following their escape from the Greene farm in the Season 2 finale.
In a joint statement, Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore confirm lawsuits relating to the rights for "The Walking Dead" have been settled "to everyone's mutual satisfaction."
With exactly a month until the Oct. 14 premiere, AMC has released a new 30-second trailer and a half-dozen more images for Season 3 of the hit drama.
You know that you've become too cynical about comics when, reading Brian K. Vaughan talk about Saga, it feels like a surprise to see him mention a 50/50 split of royalties with artist Fiona Staples. Or, to put it another way, you know that you've become too cynical about comics when Tony Moore upgrades his legal battle against Robert Kirkman, and your first thought is, "Well, sure. Of course."
The team of Gerry Duggan, Brian Posehn and Tony Moore tackle their Marvel NOW! relaunch, sending "Deadpool" on a mission for S.H.I.E.L.D. tackling zombified versions of presidents-past.
AMC has released the new cast banner for the upcoming third season of The Walking Dead. The hit drama returns Oct. 14 with the first of 16 new episodes.