The Walking Dead is based on the comic series of the same name, written by Robert Kirkman. It follows the survival of former Sheriff Rick Grimes who, after waking from a coma, finds himself in the zombie apocalypse.
Q & A
Q: What are Telltale games? How are they like interactive TV shows?
From Batman to "Game of Thrones," Telltale Games gives fans the chance to play as characters from their favorite television shows and comic books through episodic and interactive games.
Q: Do the creators of “The Walking Dead” know the ending? How long will the show run?
There is no end in sight for "The Walking Dead," but creator Robert Kirkman does know how the story should end.
Q: Why do people in “The Walking Dead” say “walker” instead of “zombie”?
You'll never hear the word "zombie" on "The Walking Dead" because the characters in that universe had never heard of zombies prior to the outbreak.
Q: Why is Daryl Dixon on “The Walking Dead” a fan favorite?
Daryl Dixon offers a blend of sensitivity and toughness that makes his "The Walking Dead" character a special favorite for audiences.
Q: Who is Negan and how will “The Walking Dead” be changed by his introduction?
The casting of Negan on AMC's "The Walking Dead" has finally been announced, bringing the most vicious villain from Robert Kirkman's comic book universe onto the small screen.
Q: How does “The Walking Dead” use Alexandria and Morgan as means to contrast Rick with The Governor?
"The Walking Dead" is unlikely to transition Rick Grimes into a full-on bad guy, but his behavior and personality in Alexandria draw comparisons to his former mega-nemesis, The Governor.
Q: Why was “Fear The Walking Dead” chosen as a title?
Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman explained the intent was to create a name that focuses tension towards the zombies.
Q: Is the production team for “Fear The Walking Dead” the same as “The Walking Dead’s” team?
Though Fear The Walking Dead has a new showrunner, much of the production staff from The Walking Dead will be involved with the companion series.
Q: Will “Fear the Walking Dead” focus on the human perspective like “The Walking Dead”?
Fear The Walking Dead will not deviate from the core of The Walking Dead’s mythos - if anything, it will be even more driven by the human element.
Q: Will “Fear The Walking Dead” explain what caused the zombie outbreak?
Fear The Walking Dead will not reveal the source of the zombie outbreak.
Q: How does “Fear The Walking Dead” relate to the established “Walking Dead” series?
Fear The Walking Dead is a unique series in its setting, characters and story lines. It has no connection to the existing Walking Dead series.
Q: Is “The Walking Dead” pushing an agenda for the Illuminati?
Some conspiracy theorists believe The Walking Dead pushes an agenda for The Illuminati, teaching society how they want people to behave in the event of an apocalypse.
Q: In “The Walking Dead,” is morality a commodity or a weakness?
Morality may sometimes force characters into situations where brutishness would better serve them, but ultimately helps people retain their humanities.
Q: Is “The Walking Dead” atheist?
The Walking Dead is not deliberately atheist in nature, but shows humans struggling with their faith in the face of their surroundings.
Q: In “The Walking Dead,” what is the symbolism of the pocket watch?
The pocket watch, seen prominently in seasons 2 and 3, has many symbolic references on the show.
Q: How important are familial themes in “The Walking Dead”?
The concept of family is a strong undercurrent in the Walking Dead, providing a foundation for a number of central characters.
Q: What can we learn about human nature from “The Walking Dead”?
Human nature and morality are perceived differently in a world with no laws and no hope for survival.
Q: How do character sexualities in “The Walking Dead” influence their behaviors?
Character sexualities play a minimal role in the Walking Dead and are not treated as the defining characteristic about who someone is.
Q: How does “The Walking Dead” television show relate to the comics?
The Walking Dead television program incorporates many plotlines and characters from the comic series, but frequently introduces original storylines and characters.
Q: Why is “The Walking Dead,” a show about zombies, so focused on humans?
The Walking Dead is, at its core, a story about humans and survival.
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