This Sunday night, The Walking Dead returns to AMC and kicks off its fourth season, which finds Rick and the gang holed up inside the prison once more – only this time, they’ve got the citizens of Woodbury alongside them. Where is the Governor? How are the two groups of survivors going to co-exist? And can Daryl Dixon possibly get any more badass than he already is? After six long months of pondering the answers to these and other questions, the wait is finally over this weekend – and I think I speak for all of us when I say that I’m very much looking forward to my Sunday nights once again being filled with zombie killing action. Life just isn’t as fun without The Walking Dead in it!
In celebration of the big return, AMC has partnered up with California’s Hero Complex Gallery for a very special exhibit that will serve as an artistic tribute to the show, which is the network’s most successful original series to date. In order to do the show the justice it by all means deserves, the gallery enlisted the help of some of their favorite artists, who put their own artistic spins on the most popular characters and iconic moments from the past three seasons. The mixed media presentation brings the show to life in various different forms - paintings, prints and even sculptures working together to decorate the walls of the gallery with blood, guts, zombies and zombie killers.
The exhibit kicks off at the Los Angeles gallery this Friday night, October 11th - right in time for the Season 4 premiere of The Walking Dead. The exhibit will be up for viewing through the 26th, giving those lucky enough to live in California two full weeks to take in the sights. If you live too far away to physically attend the show, the good news is that you can experience it from the comfort of your computer chair. Best of all, you don’t even need to put on pants, or brush your teeth!
Get a taste of the exhibit by checking out some of the art below, and be sure to keep your eyes peeled on Hero Complex Gallery’s website this weekend, when all of the art will be available for virtual viewing. You’ll even be able to purchase select pieces in their webstore, so make sure your credit cards are equipped to handle the charges!
As always, you can expect weekly recaps/reviews of each new episode of the show, beginning next week right here on FEARnet!