The Walking Dead to crossover with Fear the Walking Dead

The Walking Dead to crossover with Fear the Walking Dead

The Walking Dead to crossover with Fear the Walking Dead

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

After a bleak Season 7 of "Walking Dead", it appears show creators are going heavy on fan service.

Robert Kirkman - the creator of "The Walking Dead" - broke the news on Saturday during New York Comic Con that the two shows will crossover with one character making the move between series but he wouldn't expand any further than that.

"No-one is safe", he added of the character played by Andrew Lincoln. Per the usual Robert Kirkman, though, he wouldn't divulge any more details than that, other than to say that it'd be a huge moment for the series. But if the plan is to give Fear the Walking Dead a little ratings boost, it probably makes the most sense to transplant one of the more-popular second-tier characters (possibly Tara or Rosita) from the main show over to Fear, in hopes that more Walking Dead fans will then get interested. Lesser characters may not have quite the same effect, but it's still an exciting prospect to know the groups of survivors in each show have the chance to bump into one another down the line.

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"We want these shows to have their own legs, tell their own stories and be their own thing". 'Hopefully there have been points where you go, "Is this it?"

The scene pays tribute to the first-ever scene from The Walking Dead as Carl Grimes (Chandler Riggs) is seen searching for petrol. Then again, in that old-man-Rick universe the Walking Dead Season 8 trailer teased, anything might be possible.

When discussing his input on Fear - which was co-created by Kirkman - Gimple talked to EW about his working relationship with Goldberg and Chambliss.

The crossover gained even more traction when a tweet appeared on "The Walking Dead" page with an image of the two shows' logos and the words "The worlds collide". For year, the answer Kirkman (who Executive Produces both series) and others involved in shepherding the shows would respond with some form of, "It is never going to happen".

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