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Comic-Con chic: The Walking Dead clothing line is here

Get your zombie on! Just in time for Comic-Con, a line of post-apocalyptic women’s apparel inspired by The Walking Dead is hitting stores.

Fangirl merchandiser Her Universe partnered with AMC to create a line of cotton tank tops, shirts, hoodies, and dresses featuring characters from the hit AMC series. The collection was designed by Her Universe founder Ashley Eckstein — who models the items in the promo photos — who is best known to sci-fi fans as the voice of Ahsoka Tano on Star Wars: The Clone WarsREAD FULL STORY

Survival of the (Out)fittest: Post-apocalyptic shows teach us about getting dressed for doomsday

From Falling Skies to The Walking Dead and Revolution, a number of TV shows offer us a glimpse at what life could be like in the post-apocalyptic future.

But whether you believe the end of days will be spent fighting zombies, fending off aliens or dealing with the mother of all blackouts, one thing is certain — when it comes to survival, the way you dress could mean the difference between life and death.

Click on to see my handy dystopian style guide.  READ FULL STORY

Gift of the Day: 'The Walking Dead' video game series


Not sure what to get the pop culture geek in your life this holiday season? PopStyle is here to help! From the hottest gadgets to the oddest collectibles, we’re rounding up the best gifts in movies, music, TV and books with our Gift of the Day.

Know someone who’s craving new episodes of The Walking Dead like a zombie craves gray matter?  READ FULL STORY

Jimmy Fallon gives Lindsay Lohan a makeover, 'Walking Dead' comic sells for $10,000 and more

Is that you Lindsay Lohan? The actress was a good sport when she played along with Jimmy Fallon’s “Let Us Play With Your Look” sketch last night. [E! News]

A copy of The Walking Dead issue #1 comic book sold for $10,000 on eBay. [Forbes]

Also in comic book news, Honey Boo Boo will star in her own comic, created by Bluewater Productions. [Observer]

Valentino gowns worn by the likes of Julia Roberts and Anne Hathaway will go on display in London as part of an exhibition of the iconic designer’s greatest creations. [Vogue UK]

Lincoln cinematographer, Janusz Kamiński — who has worked on every single Steven Spielberg film since Schindler’s List — explains how he captured 11 amazing shots. [Vulture]

Solange Knowles cried “Discrim-FRO-nation” on Twitter after having her hair patted down by a TSA agent during an airport security search. [Refinery 29]

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Halloween costume 101: An easy on-set 'Walking Dead' makeup trick to create rotting zombie skin

It’s Halloween and if you’re celebrating, you’ve probably already plotted your costume down to the last ghoulish detail. But if your look for tonight got caught up in the zombie apocalypse, don’t leave the house until you’ve set off your costume with a trick that The Walking Dead’s special effects makeup artist Greg Nicotero uses to help create decaying ‘Walker’ skin. “I love is this time of year,” Nicetoro told EW.com. “In the last six or seven years it’s become an obsession with makeup and haunted houses. People do costume contests and I love that.” Ready to beat out the Honey Boo Boos and questionable ‘sexy’ costumes that’ll inevitably be out in full force? Let’s get started.


'Walking Dead' makeup guru on transforming stars for blood drive, more zombies in season 3

What exactly would Hollywood look like in the wake of a zombie apocalypse?

Walking Dead special makeup effects artist Greg Nicotero imagined ghoulish looks to die for straight from the show when he was tapped to bring Joel Madden, Extra’s Maria Menounos and The Black Keys and more over to the dark side for a Red Cross “zombie blood drive” campaign.

And no one had to spend hours in a makeup chair since Nicotero used the magic of PhotoShop to create the haunting images. “We used photos of the Walkers, and then sampled bits and pieces of that stuff on [stars like] Jimmy Smits, Meena Suvari, Aisha Tyler. It was pretty wild.” Nicotero told EW.com of giving celebrities the Walking Dead treatment.

As for creating zombie looks for the show, Nicotero says that involves is completly different — and much more time-consuming — process that requires two and a half months of prep work before filming begins. Nicotero told us what we can expect to see in season three.  READ FULL STORY

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