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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Is there not enough Michonne in your life? Todd McFarlane and Robert Kirkman feel the same way, which is why the two comic book icons teamed together for a monstrously impressive statue of Michonne from "The Walking Dead."
Head to MTV Geek for Kirkman and McFarlane's thoughts on the statue!
It's hard surviving the zombie apocalypse without an assist from a certain sword-slinging hero — which is why the makers of "The Walking Dead: Assault" are adding Michonne to the mix.
An update for the "Walking Dead" iOS game debuts today (December 19), incuding the introduction of fan-favorite character Michonne. The update takes place today at 10 AM PST. Read on for the full details from Skybound Entertainment.
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.
"The Walking Dead" finally goes to Woodbury this week, and with our first look at the Governor-run community comes a scene that comic book fans are going to be very excited to see.
This week's coming episode, titled "Walk With Me," reportedly takes place entirely in Woodbury and "features one of the show’s most iconic images ever — and one fans of the comics will surely recognize," according to TV Line.
As fans surely know, the comics have no shortage of iconic images to offer, especially during the Woodbury arc. Here are six of the scenes we could easily see featured in the show's first Woodbury outing.
Warning: SPOILERS for the "Walking Dead" comics, and potentially the show, lie ahead!
"The Walking Dead" series producers took their time in introducing one of the most popular characters in the comic series, Michonne, played by actress Danai Gurira. The hooded female warrior is one of the most terrifying in the comic series, and her introduction into the show was no less fearsome.
In this exclusive preview from "The Walking Dead, The Official Magazine," in stores now, Danai Gurira talks about her inspiration for the character and why she wanted to be part of the show.
Luckily for actress Danai Gurira, Michonne happens to hit all of the gritty character notes she’s been dying to portray for some time. "I've always wanted to play someone who is just active, fierce and kind of scary," the actress enthuses to "The Walking Dead Magazine" in an exclusive phone interview at the end of a shoot day in Georgia.
Danai Gurira makes her debut as Michonne on the "Walking Dead" season three premiere this coming Sunday (October 14), but before that, you can get your hands on the sword-wielding zombie-killer in action figure form at New York Comic Con.
Skybound Entertainment will have limited edition PVC action figures of Michonne and her chained-up zombie companions for sale at NYCC this week, as well as some spoiler-filled limited edition T-shirts that you won't want to look at until you've read "Walking Dead" #100. Details on both items in the press release below.
Three seasons into the zombie apocalypse, and ammunition is starting to become a concern — for some of our characters, that is. For others, like newcomer Michonne, guns are irrelevant when a samurai sword will do just fine.
Actress Danai Gurira joins "The Walking Dead" for its upcoming third season, and a brand new video released by AMC TV makes one thing clear: her character, Michonne, is one of the fiercest warriors this world has to offer.
Thank you, Entertainment Weekly, for giving us our "Walking Dead" fix.
The focus of this week's edition of the magazine is all "The Walking Dead" all the time. Yesterday we showed you the issue covers that tease Michonne and The Governor, and now a handful of exclusive pictures and character posters have been released to give us better looks at the new characters.
Season three of "The Walking Dead" is going to introduce two fan-favorite elements to the plot: the katana-wielding, zombie-enslaving Michonne and the villainous The Governor.
It turns out that we aren't the only ones who are excited by these two big introductions. Robert Kirkman attended the Saturn Awards last night to accept The Innovator Award, and couldn't stop gushing about how excited he is for the upcoming season of "The Walking Dead" while talking to reporters on the red carpet.
"I can say that I'm completely in denial when I see Danai [Gurira] walk out on set and jump off the page," he told Shock Till You Drop. "As badass as she is in the comics, seeing her move and seeing her kill the zombies in motion is so much more intense that you can believe. Fans of the comics are going to love it. She's great."