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Robert Kirkman Talks Danger With Collider; Zap2It Loves Nicotero’s Walkers

This week, Collider.com sits down with Robert Kirkman to talk about the rest of Season 2 and Zap2It salivates over a new multimedia interview with Greg Nicotero on the most iconic walkers.

Talking to Collider.com about the rest of Season 2, Robert Kirkman warns zombies are still a danger, but “nothing compares to the danger that humans hold for each other.”

Zap2it takes a look at AMCtv.com’s The Making of The Walking Dead Walkers multimedia magazine and admires the “often blunt detail with which [Greg] Nicotero discusses his creations.”

TVLine features an exclusive The Walking Dead trailer, and notes the show’s “embattled protagonists — fresh off the midseason zombie massacre — appear to be in the direst of dire straits.”

• The A.V. Club, Cinema Blend, Collider.com, ComingSoon.net, FEARnet, Geeks of Doom, TheHDRoom, IGN, Mania, MovieWeb, MTV, New York magazine, Screen Rant, Shock Till You Drop, What Culture and Zap2it feature the new The Walking Dead teaser trailer ahead of the show’s Feb. 12 return.

Screen Junkies expresses its concern over “The fate of T-Dog on The Walking Dead.”

Geeks of Doom features The Silly Walking Dead t-shirt, a combination of The Walking Dead and the Monty Python “The Ministry of Silly Walks” sketch.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune discusses the popularity of zombies these days, citing The Walking Dead, “the hottest cable television series in America.”

The Huffington Post highlights Jon Bernthal‘s charity fundraiser Drops Fill Buckets.

• According to HitFix, the “always-welcome” Pruitt Taylor Vince, who played Otis, guest-starred on last week’s episode of FX’s Justified. <em>Crave Online</em> thinks Vince had the “best guest performance” of the week.

The New York Times review of Liam Neeson’s thriller, The Grey, notes Greg Nicotero is one of the designers of the film’s wolves. Moviehole calls them the “nastiest set of wolves you’ll ever see.”

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