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The Walking Dead Magazine Spring 2016

The Walking Dead: The Official Magazine features an inside look at the AMC TV show and comic as only a fully sanctioned quarterly can! Get exclusive access to all areas of the smash-hit cable drama, you'll hear from all of the leads and characters on the hit TV show, go behind-the-scenes with SFX talent and see how they create the greatest on-screen zombies ever! Plus! Delve into The Walking Dead comic with Kirkman to find out what's coming up for our survivors, and see how artist Charlie Adlard keeps up with the fast pace of the monthly comic! The Walking Dead: The Official Magazine is 100 pages of all-access, no-holds-barred action. You can’t get more insider than this. Every issue is packed with all the latest news, exclusive revelations and jaw-dropping secrets for fans of the comic and television show!

Pays:
United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Titan Publishing Group
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safe as houses

Every man’s home is his castle, as the saying goes, but if The Walking Dead has proved one thing, it’s that homes aren’t particularly great places to stay when there’s a horde of zombies knocking on your door. Unless you have fortified it with a thick 10-foot wall and saved up enough water, food, supplies, and ammo to last a lifetime, I guess. But in reality most people don’t live like the apocalypse is just around the corner, so once that giant-sized pack of chips and bumper bottle of cola runs out, you’re gonna need a survival plan, which includes finding somewhere safe to stay. This issue we’re taking a look at your safe house options, picking out the pros and cons of all the fortified zones we’ve seen in The…

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long live the walking dead !

It’s been another mind-blowing year on AMC’s The Walking Dead. And it isn’t over yet. As this issue hits newsstands there are just two installments to go. And what a finale it’s shaping up to be. With the end of each season there comes an inevitable low: October – and with it season seven – seems like a lifetime away. Then there’s the question of Sunday nights and what to do now. Never fear, TWDM is on hand to lift your spirits with news that our favorite show is set to run and run and run. In a recent interview with Vulture, AMC executives Joel Stillerman and Charlie Collier revealed that the network has no endgame in place for The Walking Dead, despite the fact that the Robert Kirkmancreated series is heading…

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war is coming

From Monopoly: The Walking Dead Survival Edition to Superfight: The Walking Dead Deck, there have been some truly outstanding The Walking Dead games in recent years. This tradition looks set to continue in 2016 with the release of The Walking Dead Miniatures Game, entitled All Out War. Set in The Walking Dead comic book universe, this brand-new tabletop game is brought to you by Mantic Games. Scheduled for a late 2016 release, All Out War is a tactical, two-player game set in and around Atlanta, which has been overrun by walkers. Priced around the $35 mark, the game features zombified versions of Mantic’s famous plastic miniatures, as well as ‘mini-me’ models of the likes of Rick and Carl. A series of expansion packs are also planned for the months following the launch,…

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the making of michonne

After much anticipation (we’ve been climbing the walls here at TWDM HQ), Telltale Games’s The Walking Dead – Michonne was finally unveiled last month and can be played now. Spread over three wonderfully immersive episodes, the game’s story is set between issues 126 and 139 of the comic book series, when Michonne went walkabout without explanation. Voicing our favorite katanawielding tough nut is the incredible Samira Wiley (Poussey Washington from Orange Is The New Black), pictured left. As you’d expect from the company who brought you The Walking Dead: A Telltale Games Series – winner of more than 100 Best Game awards – Michonne is realistic, intense, and incredibly addictive. It also furthers the character’s story in a meaningful and satisfying way. But don’t worry, you don’t need to have played the first…

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oxenfree for all

Skybound has teamed up with Night School Studio to produce multifaceted content for the indie developer’s Oxenfree video game. Already available on Xbox One and Steam, Oxenfree sees a group of teenagers stranded in a spooky decommissioned military outpost with no phone service. Skybound intends to bring the story to additional mediums, including film and merchandise. Outcast artist Paul Azaceta, for example, has been tasked with creating a limited edition Oxenfree poster, while an official Making Of… webseries, entitled The Story Of Oxenfree, has also been commissioned. “We are beyond excited to be working with Robert Kirkman and Skybound to expand the Oxenfree world,” said Night School Studio CEO, Sean Krankel. “Skybound has shown that it knows how to take weird, creepy and cool stories and bring them to various media in super…

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put a ring on it!

From toys to clothes to dog chews and even beer, we thought we’d seen it all when it came to official AMC’s The Walking Dead merchandise. We were wrong. Courtesy of the all-girls accessories company, Love And Madness, there is now a licensed The Walking Dead jewelry range and it’s pretty darn awesome. Available now from the company’s website, as well as the official The Walking Dead online store, items include a ‘Skulled Out’ wrap charm bracelet (priced $30); a ‘Cuff Me’ bangle (available in silver and gold and priced at $16); and ‘Skulled Out’ gold earrings (SRP: $24). Undoubtedly our favorite, however, is the ‘Armed For The Hunt’ crossbow ring. Available in gold and silver, it will set you back only $16 and will quickly become your favorite piece of bling. For…

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