Daryl Dixon might be one of the most popular characters on "The Walking Dead," but he's also one of the only main characters who has never appeared in the comic books that the television series is based on.
But what Daryl lacks in paneled page presence, he more than makes up for with his very own cartoon.
Nick Mastrangelo of Maverick Animation is a 13-year-old aspiring animator who is also a big fan of "Walking Dead." I won't make judgments about whether or not a show like AMC's zombie drama is appropriate for someone of that age, particularly when the results are as bloody and creative as Mastrangelo's epic Daryl Dixon animated short.
Watch it below, but be warned: big, bloody zombie and kung fu violence lurks ahead. Not for the faint of heart, and very much not safe for work.
"Walking Dead" season three is continuing to pull out all of the stops, as a fan-favorite character from Robert Kirkman's comic books has been confirmed for an upcoming appearance.
TVLine confirms that "The Wire" actor Chad Coleman has been cast as Tyreese, the former professional football player now putting his athletic build to good use against the legions of undead plaguing the world.
In the comics, Tyreese is one of Rick's closest friends and confidants. He also has complicated connections to sword-slinging Michonne and an unhinged Carol.
The worlds of "The Walking Dead" are on a collision course. In one corner is the prison, led by Rick Grimes. In the other is Woodbury, led by The Governor. These two men have yet to meet, but thanks to a mutual individual in their lives, they're certainly about to — assuming this aforementioned individual survives next week's episode, that is. And based on the preview clip below, we aren't too sure about her odds.
"Walking Dead" continues its third season next Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.
by Kat Rosenfield
In last week's episode of "The Walking Dead," the high walls of Woodbury came down between our favorite lady travelers. Andrea, seduced by the promise of safety and hot showers (not to mention hot something else with a certain non-elected official) stayed; Michonne, convinced that this so-called safe haven was anything but, walked through the front gates with the Governor's blessing, never to be seen again.
Except for the part where they track her down and try to kill her, of course, because Woodbury is actually the worst.
Skybound, the Image Comics imprint behind "The Walking Dead," "Invincible" and more, wants you to clone yourself.
In advance of the publisher's new comic book series "Clone," Skybound has teamed up with BaM (Bradley and Montgomery) to launch a Facebook app called "Become a Clone." In David Schulner and Juan Jose Ryp's "Clone," Doctor Luke Taylor discovers he's just one of many clones in the world — and the "Become a Clone" app will make you one of them, unlocking exclusive content from the comic book along the way.
Click on to read more about "Become a Clone," and see exclusive artwork from the app (as well as the cover to issue #2). The first issue of Skybound's new series hits stores on Wednesday (November 21).
Two survivors bit the dust in brutal fashion earlier this season on "The Walking Dead," while one other character's fate remains entirely unclear. It seems that most of our imprisoned heroes have given up on this person's chances — most, but not all.
TV Guide has three new photos from this coming Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead," featuring Daryl Dixon and Carl Grimes (as well as their new ally, ex-con Oscar) prowling the dangerous halls of the prison. Can we expect another zombie outbreak in the upcoming episode? Or is Daryl leading the gang on a search-and-rescue mission for you-know-who?
See the photos below and judge for yourself.
Rick Grimes could really use a friend right about now. And it looks like that's exactly what the doctors behind "The Walking Dead" have ordered.
A fan-favorite character from Robert Kirkman's "Walking Dead" comic books is about to be introduced on the AMC TV adaptation, reports EW. The character will debut during the fall finale on December 2, and while his/her identity has not been officially revealed, it's strongly believed that the role in question is former football player turned expert zombie killer Tyreese.
Lee and Clementine are about to conclude their time in the zombie apocalypse, one way or another: the final installment of Telltale's "Walking Dead" video game series, titled "No Time Left," arrives next week.
MTV Multiplayer notes that the fifth episode will hit PS3 next Tuesday (November 20) and land on Mac, PC and other consoles on Wednesday (November 21). Lee's twisted journey is at its darkest moment yet going into this finale, and I'm at the edge of my seat waiting to close the adventure out — even if it's more than abundantly clear that the happiest possible outcome to this story is still going to involve a whole lot of tears.
Head to MTV Multiplayer to learn more!
More than anyone else, Michonne stands out in the "Walking Dead" cast. Do you see anybody else running around cleaving zombies in half with a massive samurai sword? Didn't think so!
Danai Gurira is the actress responsible for bringing one of the most beloved characters from the "Walking Dead" comic books to life, and by all accounts, she's doing a hell of a job. One of the reasons she's so well-suited for the role, according to Gurira herself, is that she already knew the character well before she landed the part.
Thought the past few episodes of "Walking Dead" were stressful? You haven't seen anything yet.
Say what you will about the new season of the AMC zombie drama, but you can't say that it's been uneventful. "Walking Dead" has hit the ground running this year with major character deaths occurring only four episodes in, much earlier than anyone could have anticipated. And to hear star Lauren Cohan tell it, the bloodshed is far from over.