Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse. In four seasons of The Walking Dead, Sheriff Rick lost his society, his best friend, his wife, his infant daughter (for a while), his razor, and then his freedom in an apparently cannibalistic Terminus. Now it appears he’s about to loose his roots.
Zombies and kudzu. Which is the most pernicious? Neither ever dies.
If you don’t get the Sportsman Channel (and even if your cable carries it, you still may not get it), you probably don’t know that onetime Braves star Chipper Jones has traded his bat and uniform for a compound bow and camo as star of outdoors show Major League Bowhunter. We immediately wondered how No. 10 would fare against two famous, if fictional, archers who shoot (arrows and film) in Georgia.
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
Actors Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan show off a much more idyllic scene, dressed in some seriously stylish digs (Christian Siriano and Paul Smith, to be exact) in a fashion feature for our sister publication Los Angeles magazine.
Please, oh dear God, please / Let these story lines converge / Terminus beckons.
"You're a tough sumbitch" / Daryl compliments Herschel / Southern gentlemen.
Is this the cool camp? / Booze and beer and cigarettes. / But dysfunction lurks.
Rick takes up farming. Hershel offers sage advice, "You need overalls." . . .