The Walking Dead, which had an incredible season debut on October 14, is still going like gangbusters.
We recently reported here on TG that sales for vintage Avengers comics have effectively hit the roof.
In recent memory, it’s hard to think of a movie getting worse press than World War Z, and it’s still ways away from being out in theaters, with a current release date of June 21, 2013.
The Walking Dead had an enormous season debut last week that broke major TV records, and the show is still holding steady.
The Walking Dead has been getting steadily better since it's premiere, despite a rather wild divergence from the source material.
AMC has released a bevy of photos taken from the upcoming third season of the zombie survivor drama.
Anticipation is building for the long-awaited third season of the Walking Dead which premieres this October on AMC.
So you've watched Romero's Day of the Dead, read World War Z twice and are waiting for the third season of The Walking Dead. Clearly, you are prepared for the zombie apocalypse. Or are you?
A few weeks back we got a glimpse of what auto manufacturer Hyundai was planning for Comic-Con 2012 San Diego in conjunction with the creator of The Walking Dead.
Zombies or not, The Walking Dead has been a big revelation on television, especially in a day and age when there's infinitely better writing on TV and cable than in movies.
I'm a big fan of the TV show The Walking Dead, although I must confess I've never read any of the actual comics that inspired the series.
I'm a huge fan of zombie flicks and like everything from Night of the Living Dead to the modern Walking Dead.
The first trailer for a video game based on AMC's The Walking Dead has gone live.
At first I figured zombies were going to be a trend in horror, they'd have their time, then go away, but it looks like zombies are indeed here to stay as the monster of the new millennium.