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EW Talks Michonne on a Horse; Exec Producer Dave Alpert Teases Season 4 Threat to Wetpaint

twd-episode-301-group-forest-325.jpgThis week, Entertainment Weekly gets the inside scoop on Danai Gurira learning to ride a horse, while Wetpaint tries to get more information on the new Season 4 threat from Dave Alpert, Plus, ComicBookMovie.com speculates which character will be the next one to perish. Read on for more:

Entertainment Weekly learns from Danai Gurira how she dealt with riding a horse and why she thinks Michonne loves this “fantastic animal.”

Speaking with Wetpaint, Executive Producer Dave Alpert teases that the new Season 4 threat is “going to sort of spiral everything out, sort of spin it all out in a way that, if you thought you had a handle on what the threat was before, you’re wrong.”

ComicBookMovie.com tries to figure who’s “next on the chopping block” on The Walking Dead.

The Newnan (Ga.) Times-Herald examines The Walking Dead’s positive effect on local businesses in Georgia’s Coweta County, where much of the show is shot.

The (Columbus, Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer heralds The Walking Dead’s appearance on Georgia’s state travel guide and the show’s effect on local tourism.

• One reason why black women will rule on TV this fall is “because Michonne gets to kick ass,” according to Essence. [No Link]

FEARnet features a cosplay piano version of The Walking Dead, calling it a “beautiful ode to a zombie masterpiece.”

Dread Central checks out the Season 3 limited edition fish tank Blu-ray set that “everyone is losing their heads over.”

The Walking Dead’s official magazine has just published its fifth issue.

io9 features the newest iteration of The Walking Dead combined with another show, announcing, “Here’s that Walking Dead/Scooby-Doo crossover you’ve always wanted.”

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