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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.

37. Commune with the walking dead

Back in September 2011, we boldly declared Atlanta the zombie capital of America, and we’re not backing down from that assertion.
The Walking Dead Locations fan site put together a helpful Google Walking Dead map.

Totally awesome Walking Dead map

I don't know about you; but I spend half of each Walking Dead episode squinting at the scenery trying to figure out exactly where in metro Atlanta—aka zombie capital of the USA—that particular zombie gut spill occurred. The good folks at the Walking Dead Locations fan site have put together a helpful Google map that you can use to track the location of every kill, splat, and melodramatic Glenn-Maggie spat. Enjoy

Oh, HELL no! Merle crashes T-Dog’s Walking Dead viewing party

There were, perhaps, a few anxious moments Sunday night when the sun went down at actor IronE Singleton's beautiful lake side home in Paulding County when the guests at his "The Walking Dead" season three premiere viewing party noticed there are zero street lights in the area. And all the doors were open. Oh, and then Merle — remember the racist redneck who was last seen handcuffed to a downtown Atlanta roof in season one? — yeah, well, he showed up.

The Walking Dead’s Iron E Singleton shares secrets from set and tonight’s big season finale

SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains information about plot twists contained in the final episodes of the second season of AMC's "The Walking Dead." You've been warned. Now, about that ashen dude staggering up behind you. . .

TNT orders up L.A. Noir pilot from Walking Dead’s Frank Darabont

Former "The Walking Dead" executive producer Frank Darabont's connections to Atlanta didn't end with his unceremonious Season Two ouster as boss on the Atlanta-shot hit zombie drama last year. "The Shawshank Redemption" director has now struck a deal with Atlanta's TNT to co-produce a pilot of "L.A. Noir" for the basic cable drama network. According to TNT reps, the show will be set in Los Angeles in the 1940s and 1950s and track "the epic battle L.A. police chief William Parker and mobster Mickey Cohen." The show will be a fictionalized account of author John Buntin's critically acclaimed non-fiction account of the era, "L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America's Most Seductive City."

Zombies Are So Hot Right Now

After one season, The Walking Dead has become very important not just to zombie fans, but to our city.

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