At Walker Stalker, Emory brains weigh in on zombie ethics

During the Walker Stalker con, Emory University served up four of its fattest, juiciest brains for a Saturday morning panel discussion on Zombie Ethics. The results were, um, heady.

What are you doing this weekend? November 1-3

As you might have observed, we’re a little Walking Dead obsessed of late. Join other TWD obsessives at Walker Stalker, the first convention created in honor of Atlanta’s favorite zombies. Show stars—including Steven Yeun (Glenn), Melissa McBride (Carol), Scott Wilson (Hershel), Andrew Lincoln (Rick), and Norman Reedus (Daryl)—will be on hand. The panel discussions range from cerebral (“Zombie Ethics” with Emory profs) to squishy (“How to Paint and Apply Foam Latex Zombie Prosthetics”). Stop by our booth and say hi. (And while you're there,enter to win an autographed blow-up of one of our covers.) Friday, Saturday, Sunday. walkerstalkercon.com

Q&A with Night of the Living Dead’s Judith O’Dea

Q: Here we are 45 years later and people are still clamoring to talk to you about this film, made for a reported $114,000. Does that ever make your jaw go slack?

The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: Season 4, Episode 3: Isolation

Rick turns detective / Once a cop, always a cop / Who killed the sick folks?

The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: Season 4, Episode 2: Jailhouse infection!

Tyreese gets lucky? Croons a Cole Porter standard. Alas! Doomed romance. . . .

The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: It’s raining walkers!

Rick takes up farming. Hershel offers sage advice, "You need overalls." . . .

Meet the brains behind Walker Stalker Con

Halloween won’t officially be over in Atlanta this year until thousands of zombie fans get to pick the brains of some of their favorite Walking Dead stars at the city’s inaugural Walker Stalker Con.

A possible Doraville-Walking Dead-ricin letter connection?

The mystery of who mailed letters containing ricin to president Obama and New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has been getting even more mysterious. And now has a zombie connection!

The Walking Dead gets the Bad Lip Reading treatment

The faux dialog replacing actual TWD scripts is funny—in a juvenile way. Rick loses his banjo; Glenn breaks wind; Rick attempts to tell a knock-knock joke, etc.

The incredible Toy Story-Walking Dead parallels

All I can say is, Redditor John Wray, aka JimmyLegs50, deserves an honorary Ph.D. for his exquisite piece of literary analysis.

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