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Fear the Walking Dead's Comic-Con Trailer

As a world premiere of this past weekend's San Diego Comic-Con, AMC provided a three minute peek into Fear the Walking Dead with the release of its first full trailer.

Fear the Walking Dead premieres on August 23, 2015 on AMC at 9pm ET.

New In Comics: Zombie Tramp #13

New this week from Action Lab Comics is Zombie Tramp #13.

"Special anniversary issue - Dan Mendoza returns for the one year anniversary of the ongoing series in a special issue written and drawn by the Zombie Tramp creator himself. As Janey makes her way to Florida for vengeance, she's offered a chance at forgiveness to one of those that wronged her and set her on her twisted path.

Features regular and risqué variant covers by series creator Dan Mendoza (risqué limited to 2500 copies) and a variant cover by series artist TMChu (limited to 2000 copies), and for the first time a blank "sketch" cover (limited to 1500 copies)."

Zombie Tramp #13 was written and illustrated by Dan Mendoza, with a regular cover, a risqué cover, and a San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive cover by Mendoza, a variant cover by TMChu, and a blank cover.

Risque variant cover (censored):

San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive cover:

TMChu variant cover:

Blank cover:

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.

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