Superherologist | November 6, 2010
At New York Comic Con, The Walking Dead actors Steven Yeun, Laurie Holden, and Norman Reedus discuss bonding in 120 degree heat, fighting zombies in summertime Atlanta. From a New York Comic Con (NYCC) discussion about AMC’s survival horror drama, based on the comic book series created by Robert Kirkman.
Superherologist | November 4, 2010
Stars of AMC’s survival horror TV series The Walking Dead Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Jon Bernthal (Shane), and Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes) talk with us about the challenges and surprises in filming the zombie apocalypse. Some adult language.
Superherologist | November 3, 2010
The Walking Dead creators Robert Kirkman (comic book) and Frank Darabont (AMC TV series) discuss the series’s amazing ensemble cast, Greg Nicotero’s zombie makeup effects, why zombies are so popular now (brace yourself for the millenial rant), shooting people with impugnity, and the remarkable experience of having the graphic novel adaptation’s production go so well. […]
Superherologist | November 2, 2010
At New York Comic Con, The Walking Dead’s TV series creator Frank Darabont and original comic book creator, writer Robert Kirkman, discuss the value in Kirkman’s involvement, whether the characters can watch George Romero movies, how hero Rick Grimes survived alone comatose in that hospital (including why Kirkman doesn’t care), and what’s wrong with cameos. […]
Superherologist | November 1, 2010
During New York Comic Con, we spoke with Gale Anne Hurd (Terminator, Aliens) about AMC’s new survival horror TV series, The Walking Dead, based on Robert Kirkman’s zombie comic book series from Image Comics.