offered a small taste of what's to come in season two for Rick Grimes
and his fellow survivors, or at least a look at what they'll be
facing. Showcasing what may be The Walking Dead's
greatest attribute - that being the makeup and effects for the
“walkers” - this shot has already excited fans itching for more.
eyes are a certainly odd (maybe the poor lass was strangled and they
went all buggy) but there is no denying that the attention to detail on
her skin, lips, and teeth are incredible. Of course where there's
one zombie, there's always more. With the mass of them filling the
shot it looks like things aren't going to be getting any easier for
Rick and company.
the first season received mixed reviews (heavily lauded
pilot episode “Days Gone Bye" aside), The Walking Dead had the highest ever ratings for a basic cable series. Because of this, the air is still thick with
anticipation for the premiere of the second season, which is slated
for October and will likely be a part of AMC's Halloween
lineup. Hopefully with a longer season of thirteen episodes the
production will provide more time to develop the characters and perhaps
recapture some of that magic that made the pilot so special.