It looks like Robert Kirkman is threatening to kill off a major character on The Walking Dead. Is this fan favorite in danger?Click To Continue Reading
Sorry Jon Bernthal of The Walking Dead, your name didn't fit in the headline, but you'll surely be there beside Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom, Chet and Paige Matthews battling a new breed of undead in Advanced Warfare's Exo-Zombies downloadable content. Read more...
The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman just loves messing with Daryl Dixon fans. Kirkman knows that Norman Reedus’ loyal lone wolf is one of the most popular characters on the show, but he wants The Walking Dead fans to know that no...Show More Summary
When Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is overrun with zombies, who do you want standing at your side? If you answered "anyone who survived The Walking Dead's zombie apocalypse," "that girl with the gun-leg from Planet Terror," "the general keeping huma...
The Hobbit Greg Durt makes clocks inspired by pop culture. His source material consists of old vinyl records, which he has cut precisely to reveal scenes from Doctor Who, The Walking Dead, and other franchises. I've seen vinyl record sculptures before, but none cut so perfectly! Bob's Burgers
Big twists the viewer doesn't see coming make TV what it is today. 2014 was full of surprise deaths (looking at you,"Walking Dead" and "Game of Thrones"), shocking reveals (Mama Pope lives on "Scandal") and long-awaited I love you's ("Big Bang Theory"). Show More Summary
The Walking Dead midseason finale ended with Rick’s group and Dawn’s group exchanging their hostages – two officers for Beth and Carol – only for it to not go as planned when Dawn decided that she wanted Noah back as the others were turning to leave. Show More Summary
To me, your brains are perfect.
Looks like Con Air, Aliens, Charmed, and The Walking Dead finally have something in common.
With so many new shows premiering in 2015, it's hard to remember when all of your favorites, like "House of Cards" and "The Walking Dead," are returning. Below is a list of when the popular shows will be back from hiatus or will kick off their midseason premieres. Tues., Jan. Show More Summary
Guys, it?s Christmas time, and during the holidays, you tell the truth. So I have to be honest when I say, this video is everything my walker-loving, Love Actually-fangirl heart has ever wanted. Check out the amazing mashup of The Walking Dead and Love Actually after the jump. Click To Continue Reading
Telltale working on new episodic adventure set in the world of Minecraft. The Walking Dead developer Telltale Games has added another project to its bulging portfolio of episodic story games - Minecraft: Story Mode. Click here to read the full article
Minecraft developer Mojang has announced a new collaboration with Telltale Games, the studio behind episodic adventure games like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. It's called Minecraft: Story Mode. Yes, Minecraft is getting a story. Show More Summary
Post by Laura Wattenberg. We close out a year packed with deadly serious news and stunningly silly diversions. For the Name of the Year announcement, please walk back through the year with me. Back before the Ebola epidemic, before the latest Kardashian escapades, to March 2, 2014. Show More Summary
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From the people who brought you games based on the dramatic worlds of The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, comes a story-based Minecraft spinoff. The iconic block-building game, which is often played in sandbox mode without a story, is getting the Telltale Games treatment in Minecraft: Story Mode. Show More Summary
Minecraft is getting a story, and it'll be told through the lens of a narrative-driven game by Telltale. Read more...
Minecraft's silent landscaper Steve is exiting his blocky world and stepping into Telltale's world of stories: Minecraft is getting a "narrative-driven" game from the folks behind The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones games. Like Telltale's other work...
Telltale has created story games for the likes of The Walking Dead, The Wold Among Us, Borderlands and even Game of Thrones. Now, it's taking on Minecraft. Minecraft maker Mojang is working with Telltale on Minecraft: Story Mode, which will be "narrative driven" and about Minecraft. Show More Summary
Technically "The Walking Dead" already is a "Love Actually" crossover thanks to their shared male star Andrew Lincoln, but Los Angeles-based actor Charlie Farrell took the connection one step further in his spoof "Dead, Actually." If...Show More Summary