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Walking Dead Rick Movies Changed to 2023 Series

The Walking Dead Universe sees the return of the beloved Rick and Michonne.

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The Walking Dead will wrap up the final six episodes of the 11th and final season on October 2, 2022, but the original series lives on in the form of a Rick and Michonne limited series on AMC.

When Andrew Lincoln exited the series during the ninth season the talks were to have him reprise his role as Rick Grimes in a trilogy of films made for AMC. Now, years later, the home of The Walking Dead announced at San Diego Comic-Con the movies will transformed into a limited six-episode series airing in 2023.

Rick will be joined by his love interest Michonne from the original series, reprised by Danai Gurira. Michonne was last seen on season 10 of The Walking Dead when she embarked on a journey to find Rick.

Scott M. Gimple, Chief Content Officer for The Walking Dead, is excited to get Gurira and Lincoln back on AMC. “Rick and Michonne are two of my favorite people, and Danai and Andy are two of my favorite people. Working with all of them continues to be a dream come true.”

The series is expect to wrap up their storylines and tie a nice little bow on them. “The three of us, along with a terrific team of all-stars and incredible new voices,” Gimple added, “are crafting an insane love epic worth the long, long wait.”

With more and more spin-offs coming from the TWD tv universe, it is nice to see the creative team going back to the original characters. Rick and Michonne’s show will join the Negan and Maggie “Isle of the Dead” series and the untitled Daryl series.

AMC simply put “The new world NEEDS Rick and Michonne” and the couldn’t be more correct.

The Walking Dead Comes From Great Roots

The Walking Dead was adapted from the Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard comic book series by the same name. The trio first released the comic on Image Comics in 2003. Rick and Michonne are characters whom appear in the comics, their first appearances coming in the first issue and issue 19 respectively.

Kirkman and Adlard ended the comic book series with issue 193. The television universe has drifted from the original material, but still has its roots dug into the world the creators thought up.

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Living With The Walking Dead Exhibit Worth Every Penny

AMC and Museum of the Moving Image’s Living With The Walking Dead will be in Queens, N.Y. through January 1, 2023.

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The Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI) features a lobby of clean white walls and floors you expect at any modern art museum. However, what lurked on the third floor was the polar opposite with the exhibit Living With The Walking Dead.

Living With The Walking DeadMoMI and AMC partnered to bring the Living With The Walking Dead exhibit to MoMI’s Queens, N.Y. museum from June 25, 2022 through the end of the year. The exhibits takes up about half the third floor.

As you exit the elevator and at the end of the corridor you are welcomed by a Living With The Walking Dead sign to invite you to see what lies around the corner. On your right is a beautiful display of all 193 issues of Robert Kirkman‘s original The Walking Dead comic book series by the same name on which the television shows have been based. The top right features The Walking Dead #1 and follows you until you get to the final issue and are ready to experience what is next. TWD was also co-created by artist Tony Moore with Charlie Adlard taking over after the first six issues.

Living With The Walking DeadLiving With The Walking Dead boasts props, costumes, special effects pieces and so much more from the AMC television series which premiered on Halloween in 2010 and is wrapping up with their finale this fall. Front and center are costumes from Rick Grimes, Negan, Darryl Dixon, and more. Signs, weapons, and other key items are also on display. Greg Nicotero‘s special effects, makeup and prosthetics are on grand display in a dark winding hallway to add even more effect to the wonderful world of The Walking Dead.

The experience is like no other. The chance to look up and close at items from the series is not something you get shined upon you often. The Walking Dead has made TV history and you can actually see the items used on screen.

Living With The Walking Dead addresses the origins, production, fandom, and impact of The Walking Dead. The exhibit explores the television series, the comic book that started it all, and the unique innovations it has contributed to depictions of the zombie apocalypse.

Living With The Walking DeadThe Walking Dead is one of the most watched television programs and has spun out a number of other series such as Fear The Walking Dead, and The World Beyond. New TWD programing including Isle of the Dead, Tales of the Walking Dead, a yet-to-be titled series starring Darryl, and a Rick / Michonne series will all air over the next few years. Tales of the Walking Dead premiered on AMC this past Sunday.

Other comic book titles such as Negan Lives, Walking Dead: Alien, and Skybound X’s Rick Grimes 2000 released over the past few years. Clementine, a graphic novel by Eisner award winning Tillie Walden, released in June 2022 and has another two books planned.

Reservations for Living With The Walking Dead are required and can be made via the MoMI website. You don’t want to sleep on this exhibit. Visit as soon as possible.

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Tales of The Walking Dead Season 1 Preview

Tales of The Walking Dead’s six-episode series debuts on August 14, 2022.

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The world of The Walking Dead gets another spin-off this August on AMC with the premiere of Tales of The Walking Dead.

The latest Walking Dead show is an episodic anthology series based on new and existing characters within The Walking Dead universe on AMC that is set to premiere on AMC on August 14, 2022. Tales of the Walking Dead was created by Scott M. Gimple and Channing Powell.

The spin-off stars stars Anthony Edwards as Dr. Everett, Parker Posey as Blair, Jillian Bell as Gina, Terry Crews as Joe, Olivia Munn as Evie, Poppy Liu as Amy, Danny Ramirez as Eric, Daniella Pineda as Idalia, Jessie T. Usher as Devon, Samantha Morton as Dee / Alpha, Loan Chabanol, Embeth Davidtz, Gage Munroe, Lauren Glazier, and Matt Medrano.

The first two episodes are scheduled to premiere on AMC+ on August 14, as episodes are to stream on the service a week early from the second onward.

Tales of The Walking Dead is the fourth series based in this universe following spin-offs Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead World Beyond.

What is The Walking Dead?

The Walking Dead is an America horror television universe which started as a single series on AMC in October 2010. The series is based on the comic book by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The first issue of said comic book series released on Image Comics in October 2003 and ran until issue 193 in July 2019.

The comic book series focuses on Rick Grimes, a Kentucky deputy who is shot in the line of duty and awakens from a coma in a zombie apocalypse that has resulted in a state-wide quarantine. After joining with some other survivors, he gradually takes on the role of leader of a community as it struggles to survive the zombie apocalypse. The Walking Dead received the 2007 and 2010 Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series at San Diego Comic-Con International.

Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, was the focus of the hit television series for many years. Lincoln left the series in 2018 after appearing on 108 episodes. A new limited mini-series will release in 2023 focusing on Grimes and his television love interest Michonne.

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Comic Movies and TV Releasing in August 2022

Each month we seem to get new content based on comic books or comic book adjacent.

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Each month we seem to get new content based on comic books or comic book adjacent. Let’s take a look at what is releasing this August.

The Sandman

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Release: August 5

The Sandman is a television series based on the comic book with the same name written by Neil Gaiman and published by DC Comics. The series was developed by Gaiman, David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight, Man of Steel), and Allan Heinberg (Wonder Woman) for Netflix. It stars Tom Sturridge as Dream, with Gwendoline Christie, Vivienne Acheampong, Boyd Holbrook, Charles Dance, Asim Chaudhry, and Sanjeev Bhaskar in supporting roles.

In 1916, Morpheus, the king of dreams and one of the seven Endless, is captured in an occult ritual. After being held captive for 105 years, Morpheus escapes and sets out to restore order to his kingdom of the Dreaming.

The entire 10-episode season will release August 5, 2022 only on Netflix.

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