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The possibility of a Walking Dead crossover between the television series and the Telltale adventure game series is very much a possibility, creator Robert Kirkman told Wired during a recent interview.

“That door is always open for us, though whether or not we step through it remains a big question,” Kirkman told Wired. “I certainly wouldn’t want to spoil anything cool like that if we had it coming up.

According to Kirkman, showrunner Scott Gimple is a “huge fan” of Telltale’s series, hence the nod earlier this season when Michonne planned a trip to the city of Macon, Georgia, where the game is set.

Insert speculation based on knowledge of the comic book, television series, or Telltale’s Season Two here. Sorry, haven’t actually watched the show, read the comic, or played any of Season Two yet (waiting for it all five episodes to be available first). Maybe she will take the trip on the show and turn up in the game? Perhaps that’s already happened? Still four more episodes to go. Unfortunately, Telltale has yet to announce a release window for Episode 2, though last week the developer did tease that it’s “just around the corner” on Twitter.

In the meanwhile, you can always scope out Ray’s review of Episode 1: “All That Remains.”

‘Door is always open’ to Walking Dead TV series and Telltale crossover, says creator

By | 02/10/2014 01:59 PM PT

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The possibility of a Walking Dead crossover between the television series and the Telltale adventure game series is very much a possibility, creator Robert Kirkman told Wired during a recent interview.

“That door is always open for us, though whether or not we step through it remains a big question,” Kirkman told Wired. “I certainly wouldn’t want to spoil anything cool like that if we had it coming up.

According to Kirkman, showrunner Scott Gimple is a “huge fan” of Telltale’s series, hence the nod earlier this season when Michonne planned a trip to the city of Macon, Georgia, where the game is set.

Insert speculation based on knowledge of the comic book, television series, or Telltale’s Season Two here. Sorry, haven’t actually watched the show, read the comic, or played any of Season Two yet (waiting for it all five episodes to be available first). Maybe she will take the trip on the show and turn up in the game? Perhaps that’s already happened? Still four more episodes to go. Unfortunately, Telltale has yet to announce a release window for Episode 2, though last week the developer did tease that it’s “just around the corner” on Twitter.

In the meanwhile, you can always scope out Ray’s review of Episode 1: “All That Remains.”

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