The Walking Dead WILL Crossover With Fear The Walking Dead

Kill happy It's clear the show's tendency to kill off major characters on a regular basis will continue

Kill happy It's clear the show's tendency to kill off major characters on a regular basis will continue

"So what I'm going to say, and this is all I'm going to say, is that there are two Walking Dead shows".

And inspiration struck for him Saturday night at Madison Square Garden during the New York Comic Con Walking Dead panel.

The cable network followed up on creator Robert Kirkman's reveal during the shows' New York Comic Con presentation with the following image, combining the aesthetics of both shows to create a singular message: "The Worlds Collide". "There is one character that is going to go from one show, that I will not name, to another show, that I will not name", Kirkman teased. "Things like Daryl not being available in the comic, Clementine only being available in the games, and I think if we cross-pollenate too much, it takes away from what makes Walking Dead special in all the different genres". If you bring someone from Fear the Walking Dead onto the other show it's hard to get them back since at present Walking Dead seems to be ahead in the timeline, especially if they do just forward at some point this season. Kirkman didn't say if it would occur in the upcoming eighth season of The Walking Dead, which premieres on October 22 at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

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Excitement is at a fever pitch for the eighth season of The Walking Dead, AMC's hit series, which returns for another go-around on October 22, as Rick and company go head-to-head against Negan and his crew in an all-out war. The Walking Dead team has always insisted that no direct crossover would ever happen between the two series, owing to insurmountable logistical issues, but evidently they've changed their minds.

As for other connections between the shows, Madison Clarke on Fear The Walking Dead has a Southern accent, which may indicate that she's related to someone from TWD which was originally set in Georgia. Kirkman confirmed this will be a major event in the Walking Dead universe, but wouldn't elaborate on which show will be impacted most.

Whatever path the writers have chosen, Kirkman emphasized that this is a big deal in the world of Walking Dead.

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