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Andrew Lincoln Speaks With The Guardian; Class Begins at Greg Nicotero’s Zombie School

This week, The Guardian talks to Andrew Lincoln about working in America, while Greg Nicotero’s zombie school is featured in CarterMatt and Den of Geek. Plus, Forbes cites technology as a key to The Walking Dead‘s success. Read on for more:

Andrew Lincoln gleefully tells The Guardian that The Walking Dead has liberated him as an actor because “in America I’ve been allowed to go grey and carry a gun.”

CarterMatt spotlights AMC’s “rather awesome” video of Greg Nicotero’s zombie school. Den of Geek tells viewers to take “a look at some of the sweet zombie moves.”

Forbes credits technology — namely AMC’s strategy of “making their hit series more readily available to audiences quickly growing accustomed to online entertainment” — for The Walking Dead‘s ratings success.

The Walking Dead Forums has a four-part video of Chad Coleman’s appearance at last month’s Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. ComicBook.com reveals that Coleman is lobbying the writers for a hook-up between Tyreese and Michonne.

The Sydney Morning Herald reports that The Walking Dead is up for an Astra award in the outstanding drama category.

The Los Angeles Times showcases Bad Lip Reading’s treatment of The Walking Dead. ComicBookMovie.com pronounces it “hilarious.”

• Several cast members — Danai Gurira, Andrew Lincoln, Michael Rooker and Norman Reedus — are up for Guys Choice Awards. Go to Spike.com to vote for them.

• India’s The Hindu cites The Walking Dead as an example of a TV show with strong female characters who “display impeccable physical, mental and emotional strength.”

Bear McCreary participates in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything,” and ComicBook.com has highlights, including McCreary’s desire to appear on the show as a zombie accordion player.

JustPressPlay‘s review notes, “If you are a fan of zombie films, the supernatural and even a newbie to the horror genre then The Walking Dead is a series that you shouldn’t miss.”

• There’s a card game based on The Walking Dead, available from Cryptozoic, according to Purple Pawn.

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