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The Walking Dead Creator Robert Kirkman Does His Best To Justify That Cliffhanger

The Walking Dead‘s season six finale aired a full month ago, but its cliffhanger ending — who did Negan pick as his victim? — proved so controversial that fans are still fuming about it. Now, TWD comic writer and creator Robert Kirkman has addressed the issue, although it still might not assuage those fans who felt cheated by the finale.

The Cast And Crew Of The Walking Dead Are Lying Liars

The stars and executive producers of The Walking Dead have been doing some major damage control after the infamous season six finale=, promising that it was always supposed to be a (terrible) cliffhanger and that showrunner Scott Gimple hasn’t even determined Negan’s victim yet. So, um, why does former TWD star Tyler James Williams know who dies?

Which Major Walking Dead Character Is Negan Going To Kill?

Negan’s coming, and death is coming with him. The biggest and baddest of The Walking Dead‘s Big Bads will finally arrive in the season six finale, where he’s absolutely going to kill a major character with his baseball bat to establish his bona fides as a villain. But who will it be?

Watch A Wasp Turn A Cockroach Into A Zombie

Be honest, when you’re watching a tv show like The Walking Dead or going through some zombie movies, you imagine how you’d act and what you’d do in a world full of zombies. But alas, you’re only in the real world and safe from the zombie apocalypse. Turns out zombie world isn’t that far away though! A jewel wasp actually has the power to turn their prey into the living dead.

Biologist: We're Completey Unprepared To Handle A Zombie Outbreak

A zombie virus may not be at the top of your list of likely apocalypses, but I think we can all agree that it would suck to get caught unprepared. Unfortunately, we are. As proven by countless movies, TV shows, and novels, society is woefully unready to deal with an infectious, flesh-eating horde.

These Are The Best US Cities For Surviving The Zombie Apocalypse

Everyone knows you’re better off avoiding large cities in the event of a zombie pandemic. But if the outbreak occurs when you’re visiting America and you’re going to take the risk of living in a city anyway, which one has the best chance of making it through the apocalypse?

This Is How Plants Become Zombies

It sounds like a bizarre video game mashup, but farmers have reported “zombie” plants since the early 1600s: plants that took on a sickly yellow look and grew strange leaf-like structures or bushy growths instead of flowering and reproducing.

How The Walking Dead Uses Special Effects To Fake Gory Zombie Kills

Video: The Walking Dead is probably one of the goriest and grossest shows on television because all they do is kill zombies. And although zombies are not real (yet, at least), the blood and gore look real because of all the amazing special effects on the show. Here’s a reel from Stargate Studios showing their best work of VFX on The Walking Dead.

Extinction Looks Like It'll Be Smarter Than Your Average Zombie Flick

Zombie flicks tend to focus on the “during” part rather than “after” though exceptions do exist, including 28 Weeks Later and, er, Fido. Soon you can add Extinction to the list, a post-zombie apocalypse movie starring Lost’s Matthew Fox, where a small group of survivors used the inclement weather to “outlast” their undead aggressors.

Zombie Apocalypse Pranks Are Becoming A Thing

Video: Since we’re all pretty much obsessed with the zombie apocalypse at this point, I guess it was only a matter of time before people started zombie-pranking each other.

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