A special trailer was unveiled at Comic-Con has been released for season four of AMC's "The Walking Dead" which premieres on October 13.
At this year's Comic-Con, there is a lot to be looking forward to. One such thing to look forward to was the special Comic-Con trailer for the upcoming fourth season of AMC's “The Walking Dead” which is adapted from Robert Kirkman's ongoing graphic novel series of the same name. Season 4 starts off where season 3 ended; as an incoming spoiler alert, the Governor does not seem to be in the picture anymore as he and what's left of his followers left Woodbury.
Season four promotional photo for AMC's "The Walking Dead."
The prison, where Rick Grimes and the rest of his group are seeking refuge in, are taking in plenty of refugees. As a result, the prison has become a community. On top of that, new major characters are brought onto the stage.
From what this long trailer shows, they're getting used to routines such as defense measures against the zombies. The trailer shows that the zombies are being concentrated in some areas of the prison. However, it shows that zombies aren't the only threats that Rick and the others have to worry about. You still have internal threats which can be even more dangerous as they cause paranoia, distrust, fear, etc, which are destructive to any community. There are also other factors such as running out of food and supplies. In short, things are going to get very intense when season four starts.
Fans can look forward to season four this coming Fall on October 13. For a bit of humor, a fan made trailer was made months earlier for season four. It is a scene from BBC's “Blackpool” which actor David Morrissey who portrayed the Governor in The Walking Dead.
In regards to Telltale Games' “The Walking Dead” video game series, it is confirmed that Clementine from season one of the game will be part of season two. Clementine was a central character in the game as Lee Everett, season one's protagonist, would help her find her parents.