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The Walking Dead MagazineThe Walking Dead Magazine

The Walking Dead Magazine Summer 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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pee-pee time!

Wow! What a finale?! I know it seems like ages ago (although October is nearer now, it still seems like light years away), but season six’s ‘Last Day On Earth’ continues to haunt my dreams (or should that be nightmares?). There’s been so much written and said about the introduction of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan and that final brutal point-of-view scene it’s almost pointless to go over it again, but here are my thoughts, if you are interested… I thoroughly enjoyed it. Was it perfect? No. Was I left frustrated by the cliffhanger? Sure. But, I have every confidence in the amazing cast and crew that they will hit it out of the park right off the, ahem, bat next season. As a potboiler of an episode, I felt the…

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the fear is real

With AMC’s The Walking Dead on hiatus until October (sob!), our attention over the last few months has turned to the companion series, AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead. Season two of the show debuted to strong ratings (see opposite) and even stronger reviews on April 10, and has gripped us ever since. So much so, that we weren’t at all surprised to learn that it’s been renewed for a third season. “What Dave Erickson and Robert Kirkman have invented in Fear The Walking Dead is to be applauded,” said Charlie Collier, president of AMC Studios. “Watching Los Angeles crumble through the eyes of our characters and seeing each make decisions and try to figure out the rules of their new world… it’s fresh, eerie, and compelling and we’re all in for the…

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third time’s a charm

Great news for fans of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead. Hot on the heels of the brilliant three-part Michonne miniseries (the final instalment of which was unleashed in April) comes news that the developer will be releasing The Walking Dead: Season Three before the year is out. At time of writing there was no confirmed release date (we’re expecting that to be announced at San Diego Comic-Con later this month). As with all Telltale Games released prior to release, details are pretty sketchy right now. What we do know is that the upcoming season will respect, honor, and facilitate “all of the various end points that season two had,” while also allowing new players to get up to speed quickly. How do we know this? Because Kevin Bruner told us so. During…

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monstrous ratings

It’s heading into its seventh year but AMC’s The Walking Dead remains an unstoppable force when it comes to TV ratings. A massive 14.2 million people tuned in to watch the season six finale, ‘Last Day On Earth,’ which saw the introduction of Negan and the death of a fan favorite character (we just don’t know who yet). And that success was echoed overseas, too. Negan’s thumping entrance delivered FOX UK’s highest-ever overnight ratings, with a total of 859,000 fans witnessing the carnage. And it isn’t just The Walking Dead that’s got viewers tuning in. The season two premiere of AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead also generated huge numbers, with 6.7 million viewers welcoming its return in the US. That’s not too far off those of the original series’ second season debut,…

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model companions

Another issue, another delicious haul of The Walking Dead goodies from McFarlane Toys. We don’t know how these guys keep doing it, but we’re really glad they do. Fans of The Walking Dead comic books are in for a special treat, with the toymaker unveiling four new action figures from the bestselling Skybound series. Out this month, this latest range (number five for those counting) comprises Negan, Glenn, Shane, and Lydia. As with the previous collections, each figure stands at five inches tall, retails at $15.99, and comes with 22 points of articulation, as well as accessories. Negan, for example, is armed with Lucille, a bucket, and Ken’s severed head on a stake, while Lydia comes with a knife, an alternate Walker ‘hide head,’ and Ezekiel’s severed head on a stake…

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bloodthirsty work

Between now and the end of the year, Just Funky is releasing another fantastic round of AMC’s The Walking Dead drinksware products. So, when the new season shuffles into life again in October, we’ll be able to toast its arrival in style. The terrific line-up includes a pack of four shot glasses featuring Abraham, Daryl, Michonne, and Rick ($24.99 for the set); two Rick mugs ($10.99 each); a Rick coaster ($1.99); a Daryl mug ($10.99); and a Daryl carnival cup that comes complete with an ice cube mould in the shape of a crossbow ($12.99), which, we think you’ll agree, is a very nice touch. Pre-order yours online now. For more info, visit: justfunky.com…

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