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New Fear the Walking Dead Poster Art

AMC has revealed a new poster for Fear the Walking Dead.

Fear the Walking Dead premieres on August 23, 2015 on AMC. Executive produced by The Walking Dead's Robert Kirkman, Gale Anne Hurd, and Greg Nictoero, along with Dave Alpert and Dave Erickson, Fear the Walking Dead stars Kim Dickens, Cliff Curtis, Frank Dillane, Alycia Debnam-Carey, Elizabeth Rodriguez, and Ruben Blades.

The Walking Dead's San Diego Comic-Con Poster Revealed

Featuring what looks to be a face-off between Rick's group and Morgan's followers, AMC has revealed The Walking Dead's new banner poster for this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

The Walking Dead panel, which is always a highlight of Comic-Con, will take place in Hall H at 12pm PT on July 10th.

And you will also be able to find The Walking Dead in Booth #4237.

This Poster Has Cooties!

Here is the new poster for Cooties, the new zombie kids vs. teachers movie directed by Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion, and starring Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Alison Pill, Jack McBrayer, Leigh Whannell, Nasim Pedrad, Ian Brennan, and Jorge Garcia.

Cooties will be in theaters and available on demand on September 18, 2015.

Zombies! In A Volcano!

Two things are inevitable - the zombie apocalypse, and Danny Trejo fighting zombies in said apocalypse. And now he is back in action, fighting the good fight against the undead in Volcano Zombies.

This time around, "a sheriff must help an estranged family evacuate before a volcano erupts, at the same time fighting off a horde of lava-filled zombies brought to life by the cursed mountain."

Volcano Zombies was directed by Rene Perez, written and produced by Jeff Miller and Jason Ancona, and stars Trejo, Tom Downey, Moniqua Plante, Robert F. Lyons, Nicole Cummins, Kevin Norman, Julia Lehman, Kyle T. Heffner, Tom Nagel, Adam Gregor, Jenny Lin, and Morgan Lester.

The film is currently wrapping up post-production now and looking for distribution. You can follow along on the official Volcano Zombies Facebook page for updates.

Kickstarter: The Map Of Zombies

Want to see "a vintage medical illustration-style poster identifying over 350 different zombie types from movies, books, games & more" come into reality?

Then you've got four days to jump on board Jason B. Thompson's Kickstart campaign to fund the The Map of Zombies.

"The Map of Zombies will be a 24"x36" poster (the same size as my H.P. Lovecraft's Dreamlands poster map) that takes you on a tour of every imaginable type of zombie in a visual format. Drawn in the style of a vintage medical chart, it identifies over 350 different types of zombies from horror movies, books, video games, comics, manga and TV shows."

The project has already blown past its $1,000 goal and currently has $5,825 in pledges waiting to be funded. There is a $1 minimum pledge to back this project.

New World War Z Poster

World War Z just got a brand new teaser poster... and it's a wild one. Guess again if you think that a helicopter is going to be your ticket to escape the unstoppable horde of the living dead in World War Z's version of the zombie apocalypse.

World War Z, the adaptation of Max Brooks groundbreaking zombie apocalypse book, stars Brad Pitt, and will be released in the U.S. on June 21, 2013.

Win these posters from The Walking Dead

To celebrate Comic-Con and their #13DaysofDead, AMC's The Walking Dead is giving one of their Twitter followers a chance to win one of three posters.

"Thanks for a great Comic-Con weekend! Our last 13 Days of Dead giveaway is up for grabs! Follow The Walking Dead on Twitter for your chance to win one of these 3 posters. https://twitter.com/walkingdead_amc"

So follow them on Twitter and retweet the contest post for your chance to win!

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