See the FEAR THE WALKING DEAD Comic-Con Key Art, plus two new images

The new Fear the Walking Dead Comic-Con key art for the second half of season 2 brings a grim look to Dia de los Muertos.

AMC has always brought it when it comes to San Diego Comic-Con, and this year, they’ll be bringing it again as they released the Fear the Walking Dead Comic-Con key art that will no doubt make a presence at this year’s Con.  Plus, this particular key art really speaks to those living near the border with its tag, “Death Knows No Borders.”

Fear the Walking Dead Season 2b Key Art poster

AMC also released two new stills from the season 2B premiere episode, one of which has Nick (Frank Dillane) walking a long, long lonely road.

ftwd-208-nick-roadBut not to worry, as he may get some company in the form of the infected, which Nick doesn’t seem to have a problem hanging out with as we’ve seen in the first half of season two.  But honestly, how much of that type of company can this guy really handle?

ftwd-208-infected
For those who will be attending San Diego Comic-Con later this month, you can see Frank and the rest of the cast of Fear the Walking Dead at their panel on on Friday, July 22nd at 12pm in Hall H.  It is highly recommended that you line up the night before to get a wristband (camping not necessary when you get your wristband) which gives you a better idea of if you’ll be able to even get in Hall H in the first place.

However, if you miss out on that, there is a cast signing scheduled on Saturday, July 23rd at 12pm on the Abigail yacht, located on the Fifth Avenue Pier behind the Convention Center.  The cast will only be signing for an hour, however, the yacht will be open to visitors to check out during the rest of the Comic-Con weekend.

Warning: Because of the popularity of the events and panels, we can’t say you’ll get in if you’re not there significantly early.

Source: ComingSoon.net

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