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Thief of Thieves

We have an exclusive first-look at the 12th issue of "Thief of Thieves," the Robert Kirkman and Skybound comic book about Conrad Paulson, a master thief who steals from other thieves under the guise of Redmond. The issue, with story by Kirkman and James Asmus and art by Shawn Martinbrough and Felix Serrano, hits stands on February 20.

"James Asmus has delivered a great twelfth issue of Conrad Paulson’s story," Kirkman tells MTV of the issue. "Conrad’s already strained relationship with his son Augustus is put to the test as the two work together to rescue Emma from the Cartel."

If you haven't been reading "Thief of Thieves" and you're a "Walking Dead" fan, now's the time to start; it's on track to join Kirkman's zombie drama as a possible AMC TV show.

In addition the preview, we have first word on "Thief of Thieves: Experience," a partnership between Skybound and Internet Explorer that immerses you in a heist of your own.

See the "Thief of Thieves" preview and get more details on the "Experience" below!

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Where is the "Spawn" movie? We've been hearing from Todd McFarlane for years and years now about a script in development, but so far, nothing concrete has emerged.

When MTV Geek caught up with McFarlane at Toy Fair, he provided an update on where things stand with the "Spawn" film franchise — including the fact that an Oscar-winning actor is on board with the project.

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At Toy Fair, our friends at MTV Geek got the chance to grab a few minutes with Todd McFarlane, the legendary "Spawn" creator and one of the founders of Image Comics. McFarlane might be able to add "movie character" to his impressive list of credits, too, seeing as Image co-founder Rob Liefeld recently wrote a screenplay about the company's creation. In fact, Liefeld went as far as to suggest Christian Bale for the role of McFarlane.

As for the "Spawn" creator's take on the "iCons" script, McFarlane says he's happy to let Liefeld take a crack at telling the story of Image's birth.

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Walking Dead

The Dixon brothers are on the road home in the next episode of "The Walking Dead," titled — well, "Home." Brand new photos from the upcoming hour have hit the web, showing siblings Daryl and Merle out on their own against the zombie apocalypse.

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Two "Walking Dead" quickies this morning: up first is the news that last Sunday's midseason premiere shattered ratings records and ranked as the AMC zombie drama's all-time highest-viewed episode to date. Over 12 million viewers tuned in. We repeat: over twelve million. They weren't kidding about the outbreak spreading fast!

Meanwhile, if you're one of the few who missed out on your weekly dose of braaaains on Sunday, AMC has posted the full episode online for your convenience. Watch the episode below.

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Warning! Major "The Walking Dead" spoilers ahead if you haven't yet seen "The Suicide King."

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Two Dixons are better than one — or at least that's what badass brothers Merle and Daryl are hoping as they set off on their own into the great unknown of the "Walking Dead" universe.

Norman Reedus and Michael Rooker are at the heart of a brand-new clip from next week's "Walking Dead" episode, titled "Home." It shows what's happened to their characters since the climactic events of the midseason premiere. Beyond that, telling anything would be telling too much.

See the clip in the video below:

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by Kat Rosenfield

"The Walking Dead" was back in action last night, returning from its midseason break just in time to resolve some cliffhangers, shatter some psyches, and break the hearts of every dedicated 'shipper who was hoping we'd finally get to see Daryl and Carol give in to their passion and totally make out. (Oh, please, like you weren't.) But despite the lack of happy endings, it was still an auspicious beginning for the second half of a season that promises much more drama before it's all over. Here's what went down.

SPOILERS AHEAD.

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by Kat Rosenfield

Arm your weaponry, put on a fashionably stained poncho, and get ready to play with dead things, y'all: "The Walking Dead" returns from its mid-season break on Sunday night, with a promise to bring back the action, resolve the cliffhangers, and give slavering fans the answers to such vital questions as "Will Merle and Daryl survive the torch-and-pitchfork-wielding Woodburians?", and "Can the new group at the prison be trusted?", and "Will the Andrea-Governor romance reach all new levels of grossout horror as the wily blonde cleans her beloved's oozing eye-less socket with scavenged Q-tips?" (Please, please let the answer to that last question be "No".)

But with two more days 'til "The Suicide King" hits the air, let's catch up on where we left off...

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There's a lot of money in zombies these days. You can experience that first-hand for yourself with the arrival of a new "Walking Dead" bank from Skybound and Diamond Select. The bank, modeled after Michonne's zombie pet from the "Walking Dead" comics, will be unveiled at Toy Fair this coming Sunday. Ahead of that, MTV Splash Page has your first look at the gory money-holder.

See the bank, and read the full press release after the break!

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