The Walking Dead


Video: See the First 2 Minutes of the Mid-Season Premiere of ‘The Walking Dead’ (Season 5)

posted by Oscar February 4, 2015

If you saw season 5’s mid-season finale, you’d know that it left off with an insane cliffhanger. Hell, I was left all stressed out and was so anxious to see where they would even go from there. AMC has released the first two minutes of the mid-season premiere.

See the first couple of minutes of the mid-season premiere of The Walking Dead and watch the full episode Sunday, February 8 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.


Comic-Con Trailer: ‘The Walking Dead’ – Season 5

posted by Oscar July 25, 2014

Some big news came out of Comic-Con today for all fans of AMC hit series, The Walking Dead (TWD). Today Comic-Con International San Diego unleashed the trailer for the upcoming 5th season of TWD and it’s a dramatic, action-packed piece of awesomeness. Tons of details on what’s to come are instantly revealed as the group reunites and embarks on a journey to DC.

Rather than waste your time with the written word, see it all for yourself above.


Video: The Walking Dead Season 4 Teaser

posted by Oscar January 25, 2014

The Walking Dead is one awesome show, ShowYouSuck can tell you a bit about that, and their mid-season finale was one of the most epic things seen on the series’ history. Since the show will be returning in a few weeks, the good folks over at AMC have put up this little teaser for the show’s Season 4 return. There is plenty of interesting information in this, but there are some spoilers, just so you know.

The Walking Dead Season 4 returns Sunday, Feb. 9 on AMC at 9/8 cst.

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Speakeasy with Robert Kirkman

posted by Oscar October 15, 2013

The latest edition of Made Man’s Speakeasy with Paul F. Tompkins features The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman. In the interview, Kirkman talks about Marvel Zombies, the 10th anniversary of The Walking Dead comics, his struggle to survive while creating his project. See the full interview above.

During a segment called “Zombify This,” Robert imagines how a zombie apocalypse would be incorporated into non-zombie shows including: Sesame Street, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and Mad Men. See that below. Continue Reading