The creator of The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman offered up this quote concerning the end of the series:
We have talked about an ending that we’d do if we ever got to that point, right before our joint suicide, but with the popularity of the comic, and now the show, I don’t see an end anytime soon.
So, that's a "No" on the end of the comic, right? Good to know.
Talking to the Walking Dead Panel [Bleeding Cool]
This is why I hardly ever watch network television. From Variety: Before the show was picked up by AMC for domestic and Fox for international, its creator Frank Darabont presented the first version of the script to NBC, with whom he had an overall deal. According to [Gale Anne Hurd, executive producer on The Walking […]
[Video Link] A fan-made dubstep remix using audio and video samples from AMC’s The Walking Dead, by video remixer extraordinaire Edgar Camago (web, Facebook). Download the song on soundcloud. Contains spoilers. Catch up with AMC’s The Walking Dead, including last night’s midseason finale, in our Walking Dead episode recaps by Kevin McFarland.
Kevin McFarland reviews the latest episode of AMC’s lumbering, flesh-chomping, zombie-infested near future. More episode recaps are in Boing Boing’s “The Walking Dead” archives.
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