The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead Will Share a Character

The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead Will Share a Character

"Or are we going to see a Fear The Walking Dead character show up in The Walking Dead and show a future version of the character?"

But then he added, "I mean, honestly, like, we love Clementine and those games are fantastic, but I like that there are different elements to each iteration of The Walking Dead that you can only get in those iterations".

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. It was previously stated it would be "too difficult" for characters to hop between Fear and the main show, something that's now happening.

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".

"We want these shows to have their own legs, tell their own stories and be their own thing".

According to Kirkman, one character will appear on both shows somehow. Timelines - how does that work?




And The Walking Dead's creator Robert Kirkman only heightened anxiety when he revealed that lead character Rick Grimes, played by Andrew Lincoln, certainly will die.

Kirkman said more info on that front would be coming out in the following months.

As for other connections between the shows, Madison Clarke on Fear The Walking Dead has a Southern accent, which may indicate that she's related to someone from TWD which was originally set in Georgia.

Logistically, it might be easier for a character from Fear the Walking Dead to disappear and then reappear much later in time on The Walking Dead. The new season of The Walking Dead then comes to the United Kingdom on FOX the day after, on October 23.

And if you're not anxious about the Clark kids, AMC's synopsis says that another character "fights for survival", which is always an encouraging phrase to hear.

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