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Well, this is one of the cutest things I’ve seen in a while.

You may not know who artist Truck Torrence is, but you know his work. Torrance’s company 100% Soft makes kawaii pop art and has designed the official Star Wars and Marvel Studios emojis you see zipping around on their apps and Twitter.

If you want to see his work in person, Torrance has another solo exhibition going on right now at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles called “Mass Hysteria 2”. It features all new pop culture casts and crowds including a 5-foot long Mad Max Fury Road piece that almost killed me with cute. Check out more pieces and a promo video below. [click to continue…]

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If you need to unwind after absorbing the latest misery unleashed in an episode of The Walking Dead, good news! There are two new adult coloring books on the way for both the AMC TV show and Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic series.

Take the edge off by adding rainbows and happy suns.

The Walking Dead comic book version will be out in May while the AMC TV show version will be out in September.

Take a closer look below.

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I have to admit that I was really looking forward to the “DEAD” crate because of my love for all things Deadpool. I wasn’t disappointed on that front.

So let’s unbox this thing shall we?

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Mantic Games and Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment are teaming up to bring you a new miniatures game called “The Walking Dead: All Out War”.

“All Out War” will feature Rick, Shane and other characters from The Walking Dead comic book series cast. You can play head to head or play through the included The Walking Dead storyline.

Check out more pics below.

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Bruce Campbell hinted online that The Walking Dead zombie apocalypse would be no big deal for a boomstick-carrying Ash.

He posted a “leaked” script from a Walking Dead/Ash vs. Evil Dead crossover on Twitter, and as you’ll see below, the show would be a little too short for television.

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Zombies everywhere? Seems like a good time to play the piano.

The latest video from Player Piano is actually the first video they ever produced. It took this long to get the rights cleared. Fortunately, they managed to get the green light in time for the debut of Fear The Walking Dead.

The video is a wonderful tribute to The Walking Dead series and features the brilliant pianist Sonya Belousova and guest zombie violinist Eriko Tsuji. The video was produced and directed by Tom Grey.

Check out more images and the performance after the break.

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At the end of last season we saw Rick Grimes take control of Alexandria Safe Zone. He wants to teach the town how to survive, but as the The Walking Dead season 6 trailer shows, he might be the town’s biggest problem.

Carl and everyone else should really stay in the effing house! Check out the gritty trailer after the break.

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On April Fools’ Day, Norman Reedus was the star of a fun prank which was really more like an awesome surprise. He showed up completely unannounced at St. John’s University to “teach” a TV production class. He spent some time answering questions (mostly about The Walking Dead) and posing for a few awesome selfies.

It was all part of an event staged by Chevrolet and WhoSay called #BestDayEver that had five celebrities surprising students. Although the students gave it their best shot, he would not reveal any secrets about upcoming Walking Dead episodes. I think they all missed their chance to have him demonstrate how to properly fire a crossbow.

See a video and more pictures after the break.

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If you ask most people who their favorite character is on The Walking Dead, there’s a good chance their answer will be Daryl Dixon. He is the guy you want around when the apocalypse happens. He’s great with a bow and he has a sweet new post-apocalyptic motorcycle thanks to Classified Moto.

The build started with a 1992 Honda CB750 Nighthawk. Then they added parts from Yamaha, Kenda, and Progressive Suspension along with some stock Honda parts to get the finished product. There are also some custom bits like crossbow mounts that truly make this Daryl’s bike.

See more pictures and the parts list after the break.

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(via Norman Reedus Facebook)