Gillie goes Walking Dead in his “Tryna Get Me One” video featuring Pusha Ton. King of Philly 2 out now. Previously: Video: Gillie Da Kid ft. Pusha T – Tryna Get Me One (Behind the Scenes)
In the latest TOYING AROUND, DC Collectibles steals the show with a plethora of statues and figures. Plus, a new "Walking Dead" statue, Mega Man X figure & more Comic-Con International exclusives revealed!
At the end of a week in which Electronic Arts confirmed it wasn't developing a thing for the Wii U, one of the software engineers in EA Sports' Canada studio, in a series of since-deleted tweets, disparaged the console as "crap" and suggested Nintendo should give up on hardware altogether. Read more...
The following comments come from Bob Summerwill Senior SE and Architect, EA Sports. @shanselman The WiiU is crap.Less powerful than an XBOX360.Poor online/store.Weird tablet.Nintendo are walking dead at this point. — Bob Summerwill (@BobSummerwill)...Show More Summary
Telltale explains why a “shit-house crazy” battle was cut from The Walking Dead
Stone Age people may have battled against a zombie apocalypse The zombie apocalypse may be much more than a plot device exploited by modern horror movies. In fact, fears about the walking dead may go back all the way to the Stone Age. Archaeologists...Show More Summary
1.FIFA 13 2.TOMB RAIDER 3.CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II 4.SLY COOPER: THIEVES IN TIME 5.SKYLANDERS: GIANTS 6.NHL 13 7.DEAD ISLAND: RIPTIDE 8.BATTLEFIELD 3 9.FAR CRY 3 10.THE WALKING DEAD 11.ASSASSIN'S CREED III 12.GRAND THEFT AUTO IV 13.BIOSHOCK...Show More Summary
Zombies. People seem unable to get enough of zombies, whether in movie form (“Shaun of the Dead,” “28 Days Later,” “Resident Evil”) or games (Half-Life, Walking Dead, Left 4 Dead). This fascination has not gone overlooked by Naruatsu Baba, the 35-year-old founder, president and boss of Tokyo-based app-maker Colopl. Show More Summary
Telltale's The Walking Dead received a lot of critical praise for its narrative and gut-wrenching choices, but some fans lamented that multiple playthroughs exposed how little impact they made on the story. Its next comic-turned-game...Show More Summary
Fans of the undead and AMC's THE WALKING DEAD are really going to get a kick out of Gentle Giant's latest mini zombie bust. It's based on the "Sophia Stalker" walker from Season 2 and it looks cool as hell. The detail is fantastic as they captured the need for flesh on the zombie's face perfectly. Show More Summary
USA rolled out a pretty hefty list of new dramas in development at its upfront on Thursday (May 16) to go along with the two original comedies it's picked up.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an early look at its August solicitations featuring images and info for JMS's "The Sidekick," "Walking Dead," "Fatale," "Saga" and more!
USA is revisiting science fiction with a new show from Walking Dead producer Gale Ann Hurd, called Horizon. The show, set during the Second World War, will follow a secretary at the FBI as she investigates the death of her husband, the disappearance of a girl, and Nazi spies in the U.S. Show More Summary
Walking Dead fans with the iPhone 5 will be happy to learn that The Walking Dead: The Game has been updated, adding support for the iPhone 5. “The Walking Dead: The Game is one of the finer examples of interactive fiction in recent years. Giving players some tough decisions that can have far reaching consequences [...]
“Catvengers” San Francisco-based science illustrator Jenny Parks has creatively illustrated an adorable clowder of cats as comic book superheroes, villains and the zombie hunting badass Daryl Dixon from The Walking Dead. Prints are available to purchase online. Show More Summary
USA Network unveiled its drama development slate today and said it will start production this summer on the pilot Horizon, a period genre drama from The Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd. The new projects (see the full list below)...Show More Summary
Rockers Young Beautiful In A Hurry have released a 16-bit homage music video for their cover of Queen‘s “Don’t Stop Me Now”. The video, directed and edited by The Walking Dead composer Bear McCreary and featuring James Rolfe (Angry Video Game Nerd), is a love letter to the great Sonic The Hedgehog games from the... Read More
My love for Norman Reedus is well documented here on Uproxx. He is the biggest bad ass on the planet, and he’s also one of the best at social media, mostly because if a fan sends him something cool or funny, he’s likely to post it on Facebook. (See, for instance, this or this). The post ‘The Walking Dead’s’ Norman Reedus Likes To Lick People appeared first on UPROXX.
Walking with dinosaurs? Archaeologist says its wrong to bring extinct animals back to life TV presenter and professor Alice Roberts has argued people should “grapple with” the issue of bringing Ice Age animals back from the dead. “We are, quite seriously, on the brink of being able to do this, so it’s quite an important question for [...]
Directed by The Walking Dead & Battlestar Galactica composer, Bear McCreary. A 16-bit, Sega and Sonic-inspired music video and cover of the famous Queen song, Don't Stop Me Now. Cameos by Angry Video Game Nerd, Ward Roberts, and mor...