Ten Years of Walking Dead art exhibit (October 11, 2013)

Fans of the frightful series need only wait one more day for the season premiere.
And on Friday, the cast of The Walking Dead were on site at New York Comic-Con to celebrate another important milestone: 10 years of the original comic book series on which the critically acclaimed AMC show is based.
Shining bright: Danai Gurira - who plays Michonne - upstaged the boys in the fashion department
Norman Reedus, Andrew Lincoln and Steven Yeun were among the stars on hand for the event held at the annual comic book convention, with the jaw-dropping Danai Gurira leading the way.
All present: Charlie Adlard, Andrew Lincoln, Steven Yeun, Danai Gurira, Norman Reedus and Greg Nicotero all showed up for the event one day before the show's premiere
Reedus kept things creepy in a black trench coat, and Lincoln stayed comfortable in a hefty jacket and baseball cap on the cool New York City day.

Steven Yeun and director Greg Nicotero slipped shirts over jeans as they mingled with comic illustrator Charlie Adlard in the leadup to yet another season of their popular zombie series.
But it was Danai Gurira who really stole the show as she stepped out in a stunning turquoise mini-dress with elegant hoop earrings.
Milestone: Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus arrived at The Walking Dead: Decade Of Dead event at New York's Comic Con on Friday, celebrating 10 years of the comic book series
The Hyundai-sponsored event was set up at the convention to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the original The Walking Dead comic series - created by Robert Kirkman - on which the award-winning show is based.
Pals: Director Greg hung out with his two lead actors at the New York event, supported by Hyundai
The celebration featured an art showcase, where diehard fans could see rare artwork and get autographs signed by comic book artist Charlie Adlard.
Fans and attendees were also treated to a screening of The Walking Dead: A Decade Of Dead; a documentary about how the popular comic came to life on television.

Source: dailymail.co.uk

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