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  1. Steven Moffat Discusses the Good and the Bad of Online Fandom on the Doctor Who World Tour

    *shakes fist*

    Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat would much rather talk about the awesome things Whovians do than the negativity of online fandom.

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  2. The Walking Dead Spin-Off Doesn’t Have A Concept, Says Producer

    Not a Misprint

    Remember when we brought you news of a The Walking Dead spin-off and we all wondered what it might be about? Turns out the creators are wondering that as well. 

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  3. The Walking Dead Is Getting A Spin-Off Series, Unfortunately Does Not Star Daryl Or Michonne

    Thank You?

    AMC has decided to make another The Walking Dead-based television series but without any of the characters you know. (Is this where I make the joke about that show already being on air?) I hereby dub this new series, Other Walking Dead, à la Coraline

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  4. Michonne: “Look At Your Zombie Killer. Now Back At Me. Sadly, He Isn’t Me. I’m On a Horse.”

    Braaaaiiiinnnnns

    This new promo picture from season four of The Walking Dead, like the first poster we saw, has Michonne on a horse. Oh, and the horse is named Flame. There's really not much else I can say about that: My brain has collapsed from awesome. Take it away, executive producer Gale Anne Hurd:
    “With gas at a premium, with the fact that vehicles break down, I think we would return to the days of horseback riding and you can graze them as you go in a place like Georgia. You don’t have to carry food for them. They feed themselves, so to speak. It goes along with the new approach this season of sustainability. With a horse, you can go through the woods. You can get around obstacles. You can’t do that in a vehicle. If a tree falls and blocks the road, you can’t go through the forest. You’re not going to make it through. It’s actually much more of a useful choice. Not only that, but Michonne looks so badass on it.”
    Tell us about it. (Entertainment Weekly via SuperHeroHype; photo by Gene Page/AMC) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  5. Syfy Announces New Projects From Folks Behind Pushing Daisies, The Walking Dead, and Smallville

    It Came From Outer Space

    Come with me, into a world of infinite possibilities. No, not the genre of science fiction. No, not the actual future lineup of the Syfy channel. This is just the projects that Syfy has announced it is putting into development, which means that they've got writers and producers and maybe directors and if everything miraculously works out, the channel might some day do something as awesome as Battlestar Galactica ever again. That's what I mean by infinite possibilities.

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  6. Gale Anne Hurd Compares The Walking Dead To Downton Abbey

    Today In Obvious

    We'll get to the story in a second but first we must give props to NotZombies.com for creating this photoshop because nothing could be more perfect for the top pic. Visit their site to see the full image and read their awesome explanations for why each character looks the way they do. Ahem, now, click ahead to find out why Gale Anne Hurd thinks AMC's The Walking Dead is like Downton Abbey plus thoughts on Glen Mazzara's departure, a Walking Dead movie, and more! 

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  7. Because There Can Never Be Enough Mechas, ’70s Anime Series Gaiking Is Getting a Live-Action Movie

    All this has happened before...

    The giant robot-centric anime Gaiking has had a long life. Originally an animated series in the 70s, it later became part of Mattel's Shogun Warriors toy line and screened in the US as part of the anime anthology Force Five. There was a remake in 2005 and a trio of English-dubbed movies cut from the original series a few years later. And now it's getting its very own live-action movie courtesy of The Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd.

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  8. One of the Executive Producers of The Walking Dead is Doing a WWII Drama… With Aliens

    Olden Lore

    The Walking Director executive producer Gale Anne Hurd is moving from horror to sci-fi with the alien invasion drama Horizons, which was just picked up by USA. There's an additional bit of info, though, that moves this show from "Huh, OK, this could be cool" to "When will this air? Give it to me now!" Namely: It's set during World War II. USA has discovered the key to my heart, and it is the phrase "sci-fi period drama."

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  9. HBO Passed On The Walking Dead Because It Was Too Violent. Have You Met Game of Thrones?

    You know nothing Jon Snow

    Robert Kirkman's television adaptation of his comic, The Walking Dead, was shopped around to several networks before finding a home at AMC. I could understand zombies being a tough sell at any network considering what goes into making them but that's not the reason folks like NBC and HBO passed. No, they passed because they feared The Walking Dead was too violent. 

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  10. Details Revealed About Season 3 of The Walking Dead, Plus New Gigs For Gale Anne Hurd!

    Bloody Good Fun

    This past Friday, a panel took place at North Hollywood's TV Academy, where cast and crew members of AMC's The Walking Dead discussed the various goings-on of the second season as well as where the upcoming third season will take our harried survivors. No real spoilers ahead, unless you want to know absolutely nothing about the next season; details were more like character direction, confirmation of storylines, etc. Also around the same time as the panel, executive producer extraordinaire Gale Anne Hurd got some great news beyond the zombie front! She will be involved in even more shows that will be on television, and this is always wonderful to hear!

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