New Scene From 'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Shows Carl in Charge

New Scene From 'The Walking Dead' Season 8 Shows Carl in Charge

Thanks for reading along with my fourth year of coverage of the convention, and I look forward to Year Number Five. She tells Alicia to get used to the killing. They have to fight to take back their freedom so that they can live. Instead of killing her, he let her wander the streets of his hometown. Alicia offers to help. But the best part? So Alicia suggests that they just kill together, at least this one time. He briefly considers what he's about to do before popping one in his mouth. He kind of takes counsel.

Can you blame him, really? The very high pair finds this butcher in a drug den.

Following the news, AMC tweeted out some art saying, "The Worlds Collide", adding, "This is real". Nick finds a walker and covers himself and Troy in walker blood. Bring back the walkers! "But he's (Daryl) going a bit rouge at times and he wants revenge", Norman Reedus said at the NYCC Panel.

The Walking Dead season eight premieres on Oct. 22 on AMC. Also, Scott Gimple is coming on board as an Executive Producer. Though they both claim they're not here to make friends, it feels like they could become friends easily enough. Also in season 2, Madison and Travis were separated. Madison and the rest made for the exchange of weapons for water.

Fear The Walking Dead is rapidly approaching the end of an absolutely electric season.

Naturally, then, a crossover episode is now happening. Alicia keeps pointing out that every time she's with a group, something bad happens.

During the "Walking Dead" panel at New York Comic Con on Saturday, series creator Robert Kirkman revealed that a crossover event between the AMC zombie drama and its companion series "Fear the Walking Dead" is in early stages of development. I'm not worried about Nick at all.

As for how the two timelines might cross paths, it seems most likely that we're headed toward a flashback. So we'll just have to wait and see.

Unlike the TWD appearance at San Diego Comic Con this summer, the crossover announcing NYCC 2017 appearance certainly didn't start out somber. And which character do you think will crossover? Honestly, when Troy Otto thinks you're acting crazy, you are acting crazy. Share now in the comments!

The Walking Dead: Sanctum - styled on Terminus, the ultimately non-safe haven in Season 5 - sees your party split up as you're left to navigate your way through a post-apocalyptic, zombie-ridden outdoor camp.