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Outcast – Episode One – A Darkness Surrounds Him

by Andy Haighon 09/06/2016
Outcast is the new show from The Walking Dead writer Robert Kirkman (based on the comic of the same name) set in the rustbelt small American town of Rome, West Virginia. A creepy introductory scene features a young boy quickly shattering the everyday domesticity of a daughter arguing with her mother with some disturbing behaviour. […]

The rot at the heart of AMC’s The Walking Dead.

by Andy Haighon 16/03/2015
Disclaimer for the unwary :the following will be spoilerific for The Walking Dead both the TV series and the Image comic so if you’re an “ERMEHGERD SPOILERS!” type then just stop reading now and go make a cup of tea or go for a nice walk and enjoy the fresh/ polluted air or something. With that […]

George Romero and son crowdfund Night of the Living Dead prequel “Origins”

by Andy Haighon 17/10/2014
Pretty much anyone who hasn’t been living an extraordinarily sheltered life for the last few decades has heard of Night of the Living Dead: George Romero‘s progenitor for zombie films as we know them today. The original film was made in 1968 for a budget of $114,000 and went on to earn $30 million scaring the […]

AMC Orders Pilot for ‘The Walking Dead’ Companion Series

by Becca Harperon 06/09/2014
AMC have officially ordered a pilot for The Walking Dead companion series, due to begin production in December. The story will be set in the same zombie, sorry, walker infested world and will focus on new characters in a different location, therefore not technically a spinoff. Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert are […]

Geek Pride’s Pick of the Best in Zombie Novels – Part 1

by Bevan Clatworthyon 24/04/2014
Let’s face it, zombies are everywhere. From video games (Resident Evil and Dead Island for starters), television (The Walking Dead) and cinema ({insert time of day} of the Dead), Zeds have reached the status of ‘go to’ monster for many writers, along with vampires, werewolves and Christopher Lee. Now I love me some zombies; my […]

Episode 2 of Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Season 2 to release in ‘early March’!

by Chris Batemanon 21/02/2014
Good news, TWD fans, everyone’s favourite pint-sized heroine will be returning to the zombie apocalypse next month! Telltale Games announced yesterday that Episode 2, ‘A House Divided’, will be made available in ‘early March’. Teasing us with two new screenshots, showing Clementine getting into a zombie scrap on a railway bridge, the folks over at Telltale […]

The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman Has Harsh Words For Marvel.

by Andy Haighon 14/01/2014
Robert Kirkman, co-creator of the smash hit comic The Walking Dead for Image comics and producer on the hit TV series based on the title, didn’t pull his punches at the recent Image Comics Expo when a fan asked whether there was any bad blood between himself and Marvel, his reponse was,   “I don’t […]

A Decade of the Walking Dead

by Michael Doddon 29/12/2013
I’ve been away for a while and I wanted to write something celebratory for New Year’s. Something which would round off the year 2013 nicely, and also allow me a triumphant return to the joys of writing for this great site, something which I have been unfortunately unable to do as much as I have […]

The Walking Dead gets a Spin-Off

by Andy Haighon 17/09/2013
Robert Kirkman has announced his excitement at the plans for a spin-off from AMC’s smash hit series The Walking Dead, based on the comic series he created. Set to appear in 2015, the as-yet-untitled show will focus on a completely different set of characters in the zombie-infested apocalyptic world that has proven a hit for […]

Young Liars: Graphic Novel Review -5 GPP

by Stephen Breweron 30/01/2013
So, why am I reviewing Young Liars? A series that many people, it seems, still don’t know about it. Well, it’s because it has me confused, conflicted. In other series such as DMZ or Transmetropolitan I’ve associated with the characters and enjoy how they are portrayed. I enjoy their style and their writing; I really want to read more. Young Liars is different, because its author, David Lapham (Creator of Stray Bullets), has managed to create an air of suspense. I now have questions that won’t go away and I must ...