Walker Stalker Con, the convention dedicated to the most popular show on television, comes to New Jersey on December 12th & 13th.
Love The Walking Dead? You can meet cast members and other celebrities as well!
Check out these entertaining and informative panels:
The Walker Stalkers Podcast LIVE
Join James and Eric, the Walker Stalkers themselves, to kick off the con in style with fun and games.
FORGIVE & FORGET?
David Morrissey / Scott Wilson
Hershel and the Governor together again. Can they let bygones be bygones?
Comic Book Men
Mike Zapcic, Bryan Johnson, & Ming Chen of AMC’s hilarious geekfest.
FORGIVE & FORGET? 2
Michael Rooker / IronE Singleton
The reunion we never got to see. Can T-Dog and Merle play nice?
CLEMENTINE OF TELLTALE’S TWD
Star of the multi-award winning games that are just as gripping as the show itself.
THE DAY THE MUSIC DIED
Let’s band together in support after Beth’s tragic, senseless death in the mid-season finale.
Manu Bennett / Paul Blackthorne
Slade Wilson and Detective Quentin Lance from the hit CW show.
EVOLUTION OF THE ZOMBIE
Dr. Arnold T. Blumberg
A discussion about how zombies and zombie movies have changed and reflected culture over the years.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
Streiner / O’Dea / Schon
Barbara, Johnny, and Karen from the Romero classic that started it all!
DAY OF THE DEAD
Nicotero / Sherman / Alexander / Cardille
Get Greg Nicotero’s take on his first movie, with Sarah, John, and Bub the Zombie.
Jon Bernthal / Sarah Wayne Callies
Lori and Shane, two corners of The Walking Dead’s infamous love triangle.
Star of the classic 80’s horror comedy Gremlins and a host of other movies. Bright light! Bright light!
See strange and macabre artifacts as we talk with folks behind the fascinating Discovery Channel show.
Q&A with cosplayers and a contest to win prizes and passes to a future Walker Stalker Con.
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