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Walking Dead Gets A New Trailer, Plus Robert Kirkman On Keeping The Comic & Show Separate

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“Don’t Look Back.” In about two weeks, The Walking Dead will return to wrap up the last eight episodes of season four. While the first half of the season took a long time to find its footing, it seems like the series’ new showrunner Scott Gimple found his stride with an explosive mid-season finale. Now AMC has released a new teaser trailer that highlights some of the episode’s action and drama.

The new teaser features the group in separate locations after the prison walls fell in the attack by the Governor. Rick and Carl are alone and fending for themselves, while Daryl, Michonne, and Tyreese are trying to find the rest of the group. It also seems that the two kids who killed one of the Governor’s group are on their own, with Beth most likely with baby Judith Grimes. Rest assured that “After” will feature a lot of zombie attacks.

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Walking Dead Mid-Season Premiere Images Show Off Michonne’s New Friends

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the-walking-dead-after-mid-season-premiere-michonne-two-walkersIn about two weeks, The Walking Dead will return to finish out its fourth season. According to showrunner Scott Gimple, by season’s end we’re going to find out who fed the zombies rats, more about the mysterious message on the radio, whether Tyreese will discover that Carol killed his beloved Karen, and what happened to baby Judith Grimes. Now AMC has released images from the upcoming mid-season premiere episode, “After.”

The first image features Michonne with two new zombie pets. When we first met Michonne at the end of season two, the badass killer had two zombies on chains that she used to get through hordes of walkers. Michonne made sure that the zombies wouldn’t attack her by cutting off their arms and ripping out their jaws. If you’ve read the comics, you’re aware that those two zombies were her former boyfriend and best friend. On the TV series, she killed off her zombie pets when Merle compromised her. It’s good to see that Michonne has found two new “pets.” It seems she has reverted back to her old ways after losing the prison after the Governor’s attack.

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The Walking Dead Behind-The-Scenes Video Features An Inside Look At Season 4.5

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In a few weeks, The Walking Dead will return to finish up its fourth season on AMC. The mid-season finale was an action-packed thrill ride full of zombie beheadings and high drama. The end result was the group being split apart to fend for themselves in the wilderness, with the prison lost to them. For four seasons, a majority of these characters have been working and living together, so it’s going to be interesting to see how they will survive without each other. The Walking Dead is notorious for killing off its main characters, so it’s likely that a few fan favorites will not make it to season five. Now AMC has released a new behind-the-scenes look at the back half of season four, with every character’s status still unknown.

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The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus Gets Attacked By Zombie

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At this point in his life, Norman Reedus should know a thing or two about how to survive a zombie attack. It doesn’t usually involve screaming. His character Daryl has made it through almost four seasons of The Walking Dead, and he might be the only one in the cast that, if the producers decide to kill him off, there would be dire consequences. Even if they killed of Rick (Andrew Lincoln), who is, at least in theory, the most important character on the show, there wouldn’t be the same public fall out as if they offed Daryl. He’s the only person on the show who has been consistently good throughout the entire run. That’s beside the point. After seeing thousands of fake TV zombies, how would Reedus react to seeing what, by all appearances, is a real life zombie? This video has your answer.

Huge Walking Dead fan Nick Santonastasso was born with a rare condition called Hanhart syndrome, which left him only one arm and no legs. This teen has a wicked mischievous streak, and has used his condition to his advantage. He’s made a habit of dressing up like a zombie and scaring the living shit out of random unsuspecting strangers. My favorite is the clip in this video where the woman at the hardware store starts hitting him with a stick.

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The Walking Dead: Carl Looks Back In Mid Season Premiere Image

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The Walking DeadWe’re still weeks away from the return of AMC’s The Walking Dead—the hit zombie drama won’t return until the week after the Super Bowl—but we’re seeing more and more reminders the closer we get. First, the network released a synopsis for the next episode, “Don’t Look Back,” then we got an ominous trailer, and now the first photo from the mid-season premiere.

Moving into the second half of season four, Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs), the adolescent son of Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), the leader of a group of zombie apocalypse survivors, has been front and center in almost everything we’ve seen. This new picture is no exception. Having become a grim, cold-hearted killer and burgeoning sociopath, Carl is usually mindful of his surroundings. In this instance, however, he looks distracted by something behind him, and is about to walk into a pair of shuffling corpses.

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The Walking Dead Midseason Premiere Gets A Grim New Trailer

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The return of AMC’s hit zombie drama The Walking Dead is still a few weeks away, but that isn’t going to stop the network from hyping the midseason premiere for their highest rated show. The other day we got the official synopsis for the next episode, “Don’t Look Back,” and today brings us a short, grim teaser trailer to accompany that description.

Given the way the midseason finale, “Too Far Gone,” ended, the somber tone and general chaos you witness in this short trailer is appropriate, as is the slow, bluesy version of “Bad Moon Rising” that plays over the action. It is certainly an ominous soundtrack choice.